I just bought one--used but unfired--no box $100. Jack from Northeast Pa
laertes bought some possesions
Google RST Manuals. I recently bought one for my Ithaca/SKB XL300 for about $7.00. It is a factory re-print and taught me everything I needed to know. They were very good to deal with.
I bought an Ithaca hawkin kit in the 70s. I finally got around to finishing it. There is no serial number on it anywhere
Most all the Ithaca Pump model 37 were Engraved with 3 ducks and on the other side Pointer Flushing out 2 pheasants. It a common engraving we all see on Ithaca but you have an 1937 model like I do ,I have one as well with a serial number 2493, believe me they are worth keeping because that was the 1st year Ithaca made the Model 37 they only produced 3,500 shotgun in 1937
I bought one new 12 ga. 3" w/ synth stock; black parkerized finish; 28" barrel & 5 chokes for $875 about 10yrs ago. Its the best shotgun to own. Points and swings lke a dream, very simple to clean.. never jams. Don't know what they are worth now but the new ones are more.... dr
Let's start at the top. What is the action: double barrel, single barrel breech loading, self-loading (semi-auto), or pump action? What markings are on the gun (i.e., model name/number, serial number). Does it have a vent rib? What choke? What is its condition ("unfired" means very little, since all guns are proof fired at the factory). Do you have the box and papers? All of this info is necessary to even make a guess over the internet.
I have found out that these were made around 1973 through 1976. A friend bought one from a store in NC in 1975. I bought the other one from that same store about 1984 new in the box. The serial number is just a little bit older that this one. It starts out with 2302XXX. They had the gun in the store without selling it. I paid $189.00 for it.
To whom it may concern, i bought a 20 gauge Ithaca Model 300 with a vented rib barrel when i was a senior in high school. i am 48 now. i have checked a few places looking for a slug barrel for this model shotgun. Most of the time i was told, i don't have one but i will sell you a extra smooth bore barrel and you can have it cut down, but i was looking for a rifled barrel. more than once I was told that Ithaca never made a slug barrel for that model gun, and since high school i have only seen one other person that had this same shotgun. i finally gave up on looking. hope you have better luck than i did.
I am also looking for an owners manual and I was told that S&W bought the Noble company and the Model 60 became the S&W Model 916. I don't know how valid this information is, but I did call S&W and they are sending me an old manual for the 916. I'll jusst have to wait & see if it is the same or not.
I just bought a model 67 E. Pump shotgun with 3" chamber. Full size stock. $150.00
You can purchase a Browning shotgun from retail stores such as Cabela's. Alternatively, you can purchase this item from online shops such as the Bud's Gun Shop website.
I bought one new in 1973 I bought one new in 1973
Winchester bought Cooey in 1961.
I bought mine for 2 hundred bucks
My dad bought this shotgun for me when I was 16 years old which would have been in 1961-62 era.
I have just bought a box of the 125th anniversary Winchester shotgun shells for $25.00 Canadian. I have found a box for $70.00 Canadian also. The box that I just bought is in very mint condition hope this helps you.
in darra i bought one for 250 for a replicated one.. in darra i bought one for 250 for a replicated one..
I have one that I bought new in 1981 or 1982.
I bought a used 500e about a year ago from an established gun shop for $150.00. The condition of this shotgun is excellent inside and out.
i just bought one for $80