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If Ithacas first shot gun was made in 1883 can any one explain the date 1880 on your double barrel 10 gauge and what it would be worth?

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2005-11-11 03:39:26
2005-11-11 03:39:26

Ithaca absorbed several older companies and would have acquired their patents, so the 1880 date probably refers to a patent previously held by Syracuse Arms, Lefever Arms, Union Fire Arms, or Wilkes-Barre Gun Company.

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