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Ithaca Firearms

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Ithaca Firearms (Ithaca Gun Company) is a manufacturer of shotguns, rifles, and pistols since 1880. The original factory was located in New York but recently moved to Ohio. Their product lines catered law enforcement, military, and for sporting use.
Impossible to answer without the serial number
  == Answer ==     first step is to go savagearms.com
I got mine a year ago for $50 in functional but worn and beginning to rust condition. I have seen some on the internet go as high as $225     In 1962 they sold for 12 dollars. I will pay 150 dollars for one in real good shape. ljones60_77_80@hot mail.com       what model 22? 49...
  == Answer ==   According to the Blue Book of Gun Values, assuming that is in working condition and has not been altered from its factory configuration, the Model 49 Saddlegun is valued at $40 if it retains 60% or less of the original finish and $145 in 100% original condition. Add 20% to...
  == Answer ==   There are several models of the Favorite, but very little difference in the Catalog values for most of them. If you know it was made in 1915, that narrows it down to the No. 14 1/2 Little Scout, No. 65 Little Krag, No. 12 Marksman, and No. 26 Crack Shot. And the .32 seems...
A clean model700 12 gauge over & under is valued at $700 - 1200 depending on its condition.
Condition?About $1100 LNIB (factory rebuilt, actually), and $700 in 95% condition.
    == Answer ==       Book value ranges from $280 for a 10% condition gun to $1,000 for one in 100% condition. By the way, are you sure it is a Lewis? All of the 1903 production I have seen are Crass variations.     Additinal Answer - According to the table in "Ithaca...
Depending on condition very good - excellent $575.00, good-very good $450-$500.00,poor-good $275.00-$400.00
When adjusting the rings, I caution you to always start with them set for heavy/ magnum loads and then go to light if failure to eject is experienced. I always err on the side of caution. As Mr. Sharpe told me among the primary reasons the 900 stock cracks is because of high power loads with the...
I got one for $300 it is like new love the gun!!
patented Dec. 11. 1900 probably a Stevens model    AnswerThe date mentioned in the first response is indeed a J. Stevens patent. Shotgun Markings says that Massachusetts Arms single shotguns by Stevens were made "1920 and later". If that date does not belong with the gun in the original...
Answer Your gun was made in 1952 I can not give you value without seeing it but I would guess in the $400 range . I am aware of no public listing of Model 37 manufacture dates, but IDSA Books publishes Ithaca Featherlight Repeaters. They're on the net.. =Answer==. It was made in the very late 40's...
  == Answer ==   I am aware of no public listing of Model 37 manufacture dates, but IDSA Books publishes Ithaca Featherlight Repeaters. They're on the net.   == Answer ==     My info says 1957, but I have no clue what the -2 suffix means.   == Answer ==   The -2 suffix...
  I believe you are referring to the Ithaca Tikka LSA-55 turkey combo gun. Not to be confused with the Ithaca Tikka LSA-55 bolt action, short action rifle, the combo gun was imported back around the mid 1970s. It was 12 gauge over 222 Remington over and under configuration. It was marketed as a...
Take a screw that will fit tight in the hole in bottom screw it in tight and pull out the plug with a long screwdriver remove the screw
  == Answer ==   Check the yellow pages for gunsmiths.   == Answer ==   you can find any and all parts for almost all guns at www.e-gunparts.com
  about 400 -450 used and about 500 new
The exact value of a 55 Ithaca 22.50 would actually depend on a  number of factors. Some of these factors would be the age and  condition of the firearm.
  == Answer ==   The Ithaca 37 was introduced in 1937 (model named for year), and you have a very early one. Pre-war Model 37's usually rate about a 30% premium over book value. The Model 37 itself is anything but rare, however, with over 2 million produced. Book value for a Model 37 Standard...
Answer . In 60% condition, it books at $150. In 100%, $300.
    == Answer ==     The serial number suggests that it is a Flues Model Ithaca hammerless double. Without more info, that's all I can tell you. It could be a very valuable gun, so get it appraised.     == Addition == If it is the Flues, it would have been made in 1919.   ...
The Featherlight Deerslayer 12 gauge is a hunting rifle made by the  Ithaca Gun Company. These guns are very modern and are worth around  1,000 dollars.
I saw one for sale for $200.00. I bought mine new in 1965, 2 mags....7 round and 10 round. I wouldn't take $1000.00 for it. For me...it is still the straightest, most fun shooting gun I own.
Break open the action and it should be engraved on the metal that is normally unseen when the action is close, that or it should be on the barrel. If the chokes are removable then it should be engraved on those as well.
$375 to $700 depending on condition.
  == Answer ==     Sir,     I was offered very nice condition Itahca Featherlite with 30" barrel, very little service for $200 Canadian, yesterday 24Apr05. The gun looks like it may be from the mid-60's.     Hope this helps.       Stewart
It is a 10 gauge if it has a damascus barrel and it in mint condition can be worth up to 2000 bucks
  Depending on the condition of this weapon, it is valued between $175 and $300.
The Ithaca model 37 feather-light 12 gauge shotgun serial number  371269762 is valued at $200 in fair condition. In good condition,  it is valued at $925.
As much as anyone would be willing to pay, like anything else.
  == Answer ==   I suspect this is a utility shotgun made in Belgium circa 1900 (+/- 15 years). Value will be determined by how nice it looks over a mantle, usually between $100 and $250. Janssen did make some higher grade pieces, so if you have fine engraving, checkering, and/or a silver...
  Value depends on condition and exact configuration. Value range from a few hundred to multiple thousands of USD.
Depending on the condition it can be worth up to $275, but if it is in poor condition it is worth about $75 according to the 2008 standard catalog of firearms
  You have a Lewis model made in 1902. With out additional information marked on the watertable and on the barrel flats can not provide more.
  == Answer ==   The Model is "37," with the grade identified by a name (such as "Featherlight" or "Deerslayer") or a letter. Otherwise, it is a Field Grade, either Standard (2 3/4" chamber) or Magnum (3" chamber). I am aware of no public listing of Model 37 manufacture dates, but IDSA Books...
  == Answer ==     ERMA made a number of .22 calibers, pistols, revolvers and rifles. To guess at a value, you need to provide the model designation and the NRA condition.
Answer . \nThe guage and grade of an Ithaca Hammerless can generally be found on the left front corner of the water table on the frame. The serial number is usually on the right side of the same water table, on the barrel flats, and on the forend iron. To determine which design you have, check...
A lot less than a new 870 Wingmaster in any gauge. $300 if you are lucky. However, if it has the same year barrel and original wood and it is in 98% condition then it could be worth $750-900. With the box, paperwork and hang tag it could be a 1500 dollar gun. If it was a 12 gauge I would tell you to...
\n. \n Answer \nThat particular gun was made in 1937.\n. \nThe Ithaca Western Long Range was made from 1929 to the start of WW II. I cannot help with the exact date.
  == Answer ==   Look again! The guage and grade are usually found together on the water table, and a Grade 5 (not "S") would be a highe end, and probably valuable, gun.
Check gunbroker.com for listings...   Should be around $1,000 with the Ex. Cond. and 32" barrel...
  == Answer ==   By that serial number alone, the gun would have been made in 1924. It's possible you have a later Auto-5. Is there a letter above or preceding the 32455? If so, then the following remarks would not apply to a newer gun.   Older Auto 5' from the 20's do not command a good...
$250 to $450 depending on condition. I also have a '57 with right safety. No value increase with the lefty safety.
$500.00-$750.00 depending on condition
  == Answer ==   US & S "P" proof markings   The proof was absent to about 1,060,000 (ref Charles Clawson). From about 1060100 to 1082000, the P proof was applied at the left edge of the slide and on the frame. From about 1082000 to the end of production the P was placed centered in...
  == Model 37 Ithaca parts may be found at: ==   === Brownells, Montezuma, IA 1-800-741-0015- and Gun Parts Corp., West Hurley, NY 1-845-679-4867. I think the new website is up and running also. I've had a 20 ga. since I was 15 (I'm 59 now) My son has my fathers 16 ga. both are still fine...
  == Answer ==     Look again! The guage and grade are usually found together on the water table, and a Grade 5 (not "S") would be a high end, and probably valuable, gun.
The area of Ihaca is 117,8 km 2 .
Unable to answer without a detailed description of all markings, finish, condition, box, papers, accessories, model, gauge, etc..
The exact value of a 1909 Ithaca double barrel shotgun stagecoach  model would actually be dependent upon a number of factors. The  most important factor that would be considered is the condition of  the shotgun.
From what I understand, its a big 10 gauge shotgun, more specifically a shortened police variant of the Ithaca Mag-10.
I would buy one for about $250 $350
Ithaca made several different models of 22 cal rifles, from 1958 to 1979. What model are you asking about? ithaca automatic 22 long rifle x5lighting patent pending on it what is it worth
yes. i personally like all ithaca guns
  I'm no expert, but it should be made in the mid to late 1970's.
Ithaca is located in the Ionian Sea.
  == 20 gauge Ithaca ==   That should be a New Ithaca Double made in 1927. Smaller gauge guns bring more than 12 gauge guns, so if this one is in very good condition I suspect that it would be worth around $700-800 or so. You might look on gunbroker.com, an auction site, and see what similar...
Your Fox Sterlingworth was made in 1935 by Savage Arms Co. of Utica, N.Y. A.H. Fox originally made its guns in Philadelphia until @ 1930. The 1930-1942 Savage production guns are worth nearly as much as the A.H. Fox made guns. The recent B series guns are just not in the same league. As with all...
The SKB M-7900 is a pump shotgun not a semi-auto.
  == Value of Ithaca ==   Insufficient information supplied to answer the question. Need to know guage, condition, etc.
Your Ithaca Model 72 Deluxe was made between 1974 and 1976. In perfect condition (new, in box, never fired) it is estimated at about $450. The value drops off rapidly for a used in very good to excellent condition of $250 to used in fair condition of $145. Actual price depends on where and when it...
What do you want to know? They made the X-5 lightning in both a tube-fed, and a magazine rifle.
  == Answer ==     If it is a Side by Side like my Western Long Range Gun, pop off the forearm - mine is marked in three places: the wood of the forearm, the metal of the forearm, and on the action.   == Answer ==     My Model 37 has the serial number stamped on the front of the...
if you sell it to a criminal you can get $500 or more ,but I bought mine from an old women whose husband died for $50 .If I wanted to sell it I would expect to get $250 to $300 for it
Parker double barrel serial #131072 what would the grade be and date made.I can say that with the serial number provided,your Parker shotgun was made in the year 1904.As to the grade,that would be impossible to say without a detailed description of the shotgun in question.you may find that there is...
If you are talking about complete disassembly you should probably buy yourself a copy of "The Gun Digest Book Firearm Assembly Part 5: Shotguns" by DBI Books, inc.If all you want to do is remove the barrel then after activating the safety turn the magazine end cap clockwise until it stops then turn...
Based on the limited info provided and the fact I can not  see/handle I would estimate it to be $250 - $400 range. You may  want to take it to a gunsmith to get a better evaluation of the  value.
most of the ones that I've seen are in the $250-500 range, depending on the condition.
  == Answer ==   It all depnds on the quality of the guns wear and condition and how much someone wants a gun that is hard to find replacement parts for and when you do they are not cheap.     In excellent "like new" condition - between $500 and $650   In good condition - between ...
i think they were from the 70's. I guess many were made for Western Auto and alot of people know it as the western auto 22. I just bought one ( not marked Western Auto) at a gun show in pretty nice condition for $75 so they are not very valuable but a cool little gun for 75 bucks
  == Answer ==     A model 37 with the serial # 10464 was produced in 1939.
  == 1924 Ithaca ==   Made in 1924. Value is probably $400 - $600
1980 serial number 371671001 - 371690000 now thats year for the M37 all models including deerslayer. You can do some research and find out exact model and value
  == Answer ==     Made 1973-78. 12 &20 guage` Worth from $150-$300.
The double is the last model NID (New Ithaca Double) mfg by Ithaca. This one was mfg in 1927. Depending on condition and gauge you may have a very desirable shotgun.
They are worth between $250-$450 depending on the condition. They are pretty good shotguns, and I have found them to be quite reliable field guns, although quite heavy. That being said they are a good deal for the person wanting 10 Gauge SxS at a reasonable price.
If it is in VG to EX condition $200-250. You can also check sites like gun broker.com or guns america.com to see what current values are.