Mom gave me this on Saturday..this used to put meat on the table when my Grandparents were starting out. It’s a Ward’s Western Field Model 60 SB-620A ,same as Stevens 620A, 16 GAUGE, made from 1923 to 1955..thinking this is more a 50’s model..but still researching..my Gramps would have had to got it second hand, unless he got it in the Navy.. All I can smell is Hoppes No.9 LOL..bore is still in amazing shape, barrel is clean, it got some well needed love..some minor surface rust, and very minor pitting on the right side of receiver..barrel has a few spots were the blue faded..stock has some wear, but it's all character to me! I would like to replace the recoil pad, I'm sure I can find one..or even just take it back to a butt plate..the rubber is rounded off from years of use..and it slips on the shoulder a lil bit..not bad though..but some new fresh rubber wouldn't be a bad thing. Gonna take it out to the range next time I go. Glad to still be able to find 16 gauge shells! I have a rag tag old hunting shell assortment to shoot..hell, I remember shooting PAPER shells out of this thing as a kid! It will live on.