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2006-07-07 11:12:57
2006-07-07 11:12:57

Impossible to answer without a lot more information. Need to know grade, condition, etc.


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You have an Ithaca Flues model made in 1914 you did not mention condition, straight or pistol grip, beavertail or splinter forearm, ejectors or extractors steel or damasscuss barrels or the choke markings on the barrel flats. 500-3000

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You have an Ithaca sxs Flues Model made in 1914. Leaf pattern indicates Grade 1 or 1.5 should be marked on the watertable. If excellent condition as you stated 1200.00 plus. Other factors in price auto ejectors?, single or double trigger?, beavertail forearm?, Length of barrels?, steel or damascuss barrels, etc.

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