According to my copy ofStandard Catalog of Firearms, it should be worth $250 if in NRA Very Good condition.
numrich gun parts or Ithaca guns U.S.A
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.
the age of a 12 gauge Ithaca is : 47,000 years old .
Made in 1969. If in very good condition these typically sell for $350-$450. They are pretty common.
It shouldn't say light twelve on the barrel, but on the receiver. Light twelve means that the gun is a light weight version of the standard Auto5 shotgun.
The light twelve refers to this shotgun being a light weight model of the Browning auto-5 shotgun.The difference in weight was 10oz.
brand new when it was made 239.00 there still some collectors that will pay a good price for it .....look on shotgun world website
Requires a gunsmith to look at it.
Your Browning light weight auto-5 shotgun,which was made in the year 1963 will bring between 250-550 dollars,depending on the type of barrel that is with the shotgun,and the overall condition of the shotgun in question.
These were actually made by SKB in Japan and imported by Ithaca. Very nice little double, and really well balanced in 20ga. I have the SKB 'Royal Light' which was a similar model not imported into the US. Depending on condition, $500-$700. email@example.com
If it is in very good condition it might bring $300. These guns are pretty common. Yours was made in 1972.
Pretty Obvious. But I will answer it. It means something is very light. Sometimes light as a feather.
A browning light 12 auto-5 shotgun ranges in price from 340-735 dollars depending on overall condition and what type of barrel is on the shotgun(vent-rib,or no vent rib).
The thing lighter than a feather is sand or air. =]
The light dressed up for the costume party as a feather.
If you own the browning light 12 with a plain barrel then 340-450 dollars based on the shotgun having between 60%-90% of its original finish remaining.If you have the vent rib barrel then 415-630 dollars.
I believe that it was made in 1969. Depending on its condition it is worth between $250-$350.
as light as a feather
A browning auto-5 light twelve shotgun is selling for between 340-650 dollars.If your shotgun has a vent rib barrel then the price would be between 400-925 dollars depending on the overall condition of your shotgun.
It will float because a feather is very light
A Browning auto-5 light weight 20ga shotgun in grade I value will be based on a range of original finish of between 60%-90%.This shotgun with a plain barrel will be between 450-630 dollars.A vent rib barrel model will be 585-850 dollars.
Your Browning light weight 12ga shotgun which was produced in the year 1950,will be valued at between 340-450 dollars for a shotgun showing between 60%-90% of its original finish.If you have a vent rib barrel light weight 12ga model the price will be between 415-630 dollars for the same amount of finish as quoted above.
Your Browning Light Weight 20ga auto-5 shotgun which was made in Belguim by FN for Browning in 1964 will have a value of between 460-600 dollars for a shotgun with the plain barrel,and a remaining finish of between 60%-90%.If you have a vent rib barrel 20ga.then the value would be between 575-850 dollars for a shotgun with the same percentage of original finish as quoted above.
Yes.Your Browning flat knob light weight auto-5 shotgun could be had with either a plain,or vent rib barrel.
First with the serial number you provided,your shotgun is a browning light weight model auto-5 shotgun that was made in 1966.As to the value,if your shotgun has between 60%-90% original finish on the wood and metal,and a good bore then the value is between 340-450 dollars for a shotgun with a plain barrel.If your shotgun has a vent rib barrel then the value is between 415-630 dollars.If the shotgunis a 20ga chambering then add 40% to the above listed values.If your shotgun has a cutts or polychoke added to the end of the barrel subtract 30% to the above listed values.