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What is the age and value of a 16 gauge Western Arms Ithaca double barrel single trigger shotgun serial S30136?


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2010-08-15 20:34:34
2010-08-15 20:34:34

Western Arms Company was a division of Ithaca that made inexpensive shotguns that appear identical to the Ithaca made Lefever Nitro Special from 1929 to 1946. Yours was made in 1932. Only 400 guns Western Arms Long Range Guns were produced that year, the worst of the Depression.

Single trigger versions range fro $150 to $400 in useable to excellent condition.


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The only way is to replace the whole trigger but it will still have a hair trigger

User Avatar - This guy worked for Ithaca, supposedly the best., this guy did the engraving for them. good luck

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We need more info. Is the single trigger selective or not? Does it have a vented rib and/or automatic ejectors? How about a beavertail forearm? The first single trigger used by Ithaca wa made by the Infallible Trigger Co. and was offered after 1914 in the Flues variation. That was replaced by the New Ithaca Double in 1926. In both variations, Ithaca produced 8 different grades, which all have different values. And in every case, value is completely dependent upon original condition. In short, your shotgun, in working order, is worth somewhere between $100 and $40,000.

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You may contact Ithaca arms and they will date your shotgun for you.

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Your serial number indicates that your Ithaca shotgun was made in the year 1920.

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