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I have a Westernfield 22, Model M830B.  Which I have no clip for, and was wondering how to cross reference it to see which manufacturer would make one for it? Thanks

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your rifle was made by mossberg original model number 340k check with numrich gun part's.

your rifle was made by mossberg original model number 340k check with numrich gun part's.

your rifle was made by mossberg original model number 340k check with numrich gun part's.

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