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Westernfield mod#M732 synth. stock?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by P12, Jan 8, 2007.

  1. P12

    P12 New Member

    One of my co-workers has a Westernfield Mod# M732 in 30-06 and wants to replace a damaged stock with a synthetic one.

    After a Google and checking Numrich I have found nothing. Is there any other brands and/or models that will interchange with this rifle?

    Any help would be great. Not only do I know little about bolt action rifles, I've never even heard of a Westernfield brand of rifle.
  2. JohnBT

    JohnBT Active Member

    According to the list in the back of the Blue Book, a Western Field 732 is a Mossberg 810AH.

    The Model 810 entry says "1970-disc." & "checkered Monte Carlo stock" model, which I assume is walnut.

  3. Ranger J

    Ranger J New Member

    Western Field Was Montgomery Wards house name firearm. The Western Field 12G pump I bought in the 1960s turned out to be a Mossberg 500. It is to this day my favorite shotgun.
  4. Ash

    Ash New Member

    Resurrect this one, I suppose. There are no synthetic stocks available, as far as I know, for the Western Field rifles built on the 810 action. I have several Western Field's, a 7mm Rem Mag and 30-06. They aren't compatible with any other rifle as far as replacement stocks.


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