Approximately $150.00. Found on 2 separate on-line auctions.
Most models of the Mossberg model 500 shotgun will range in price from 100-200 dollars.
The only reference I can find to a Mossberg Model A is a spotting telescope. Mossberg does not appear to have used the 'A" designation in it's .22 Rifles, starting with a Model B in the 1930's. See link below for model information-
S-130 is a type of rear sight used on Mossberg rifles- but not the model of the rifle. Take a look on the barrel.
Yes, the Mossberg?æ500 20 gauge ammunition can be used in the Mossberg .410 model. To find out if ammunition will fit, the Mossberg company stamps the size needed on the side of the barrel.
Depending on condition, anywhere from $100 to $200 for an excellent specimen. The rear peep sight is frequently missing, which will lower the value $40 or so.
50-150 or so
Western Field was a store name used by Montgomery Wards. The M865 was most likely manufactured by Mossberg and relabeled from the Mossberg Model 402. The rifle was a lever action chambered in 22 short, long and long rifle. It was made 1961 to 1971 and value would be somewhere between $85 and $250 depending on condition.
Western Auto 310-C is made by Mossberg, and is a Model 500 C. Western Auto 310 models follow Mossberg 500 models. A , AB,B,C, & E. Hope this helps. WetDog45@msn.com I just bought a used 310c shotgun in Georgia for $130. It is in in good condition. Is my first firearm. I love it!
i have seen used ones go for $250.00 to $375.oo
Western Field was the store brand name used by Montgomery Wards stores. The Model M550CR was made for them by Mossberg, and is a Mossberg 500.