I bought a Westernfield, 12 gage, pump shotgun from Montgomery Wards (that should age me) back in 1953. It was a full choke, and responsible for putting a lot of meat on the table. I gave it to my son about twenty years ago, he had the barrel reamed out to a modified choke and used it for years for hunting birds. It no longer sees any use, but still has a place in the safe where it is likely to stay for years.
It was a very good gun. I wouldn't even start to estimate the number of rounds put through it, but it was a bunch. The only problem I ever had was the rod that pushed the bolt back when you pumped it broke, that was about 1968. I bought another one at Wards, replace it and the old gun never missed a beat. They weren't expensive, were kinda plain, but were a very reliable gun.