Ithaca Firearms

What is the value of an Ithaca overunder model 500?


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2006-09-16 17:54:23
2006-09-16 17:54:23

I sold one a few years back for about $350. Do you still have it and are you interested it selling it? I'm wishing I hadn't sold mine. I went to a pump for duck hunting but wish I still had an O/U for pheasant.


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