Historical Overview of the Ithaca Gun Co. says that in 1987 Ithaca Acquisitions, Inc. Moved the gun making operations to King Ferry, NY. and changed the model m-37 to model 87. In 1996 Ihtaca gun Co. LLC changed it back to model 37.
The Ithaca Model 87 uses the Winchoke system model III tubes. The Model III tubes fit flush with the barrel muzzle. Other Winchoke tubes should also fit.
The Model 37 became the Model 87 when the old Ithaca Gun Company "went under" for the last time and the Ithaca Acquisition Corporation purchased most of its assets in 1987, eventually moving the company to Kings Ferry, NY in the summer of 1989. They completed about 1,000 Model 37's that had been purchased as a "work in progress", but dubbed all new guns as Moel 87's - commemorating the year that the IAC came into being.
the Stevens model 87 was made 1938-1945,with total production of 200,000.
what is the value of a Winchester rifle 85?
There was no Remington Model 11-80. The Model 11-87 was/is not produced in .410. The Model 1100 semiauto and the Model 11-48 semiauto were. email@example.com
The Ithaca model 37 has been manufactured pretty much unchanged since 1937, so you be the judge if it's a good gun. The name was changed to model 87 in 1987 but changed back to model 37 around the year 2000. I see no listing for "Featherweight" although there is a "Featherlight".
Without any further info on your specific firearm, the only dates that I can give are from 1937 to 1987. Ithaca made several different variations of the Model 37, some of which went out of production before others. Production did start in 1937, and the last variations of the Model 37 were replaced by (or renamed to) the Model 87 in 1987.
Made from 59-87.
Absolute value of 87 is 87.
Gun traders guide has 18 different listings on the model 37, Depending on model, they list by year and price listing also. I would have to say it would be about 25- 30 years old and worth about $ 600-2,000 depending on how good of shape it's in. * The above answer is false unless you have a special "$5000 grade" model 37. Very fancy with alot of engraving and gold inlays. The Ithaca model 37 was produced from the 30's till the 80's where it ceased production for a while. Then in the nineties it was produced again. From 87 to 96 it was renamed the 87. There are about 30 different variations of the 37. In average to very good shape it would be worth $150-$500 depending on variation. For a precise dating and value go to www.shotgunworld.com. Then go to the forum.
Remington automaster model 87 12 gauge is one of those cases that has got greatest importance, and that involves professional assistance regarding
I believe that this rifle is part of the J.Stevens Model 87 family. Depending on condition, the value is between $50 and $150. See 29th (2008) Edition of "Blue Book of Gun Values", page 1702.
The Stevens model 87 was made from 1938-1982,with a total production of 1,800,000 made during this time span.
Your montgomery wards shotgun was made by stevens for montgomery wards.The stevens model designation is stevens model M87.These shotguns are valued at between 50-150 dollars depending on overall condition and a good bore.
I found the J.Stevens model 87A 22 semi auto rifle to be approximately 82 years old hope this helps -------Vandy
not sure but I do know that in 1944 there were only 87 model 12's produced, so they might have a little more value or not? but in "good condition" I would say at least $400-$500(min)
$300-500, depending on EXACT model of the 11-87, and condition.
The model 87 was made for Montgomry Ward by Savage Stevens from 1938-1945.
sin(87 degrees) = 0.999
She died at the age of 87 in 1997.
she died at the age of 87.
I have a winchester model 87-22 and looking for a bolt for it. I may have to go custom. The serial number won't be found as the requirement to serialize guns wasn't until the late 1960's. Your rifle is circa 1930's or pre WWII. As for price, not sure but, mine is priceless to me.