Ithaca 500 model shotguns were imported by SKB (japanese manuf.). They are currently selling on gunbroker.com for $600-$1200 depending on condition.
Send me your email and I'll send you a scan of the manual. I need the owners manual for the Ithaca SKB 500 O/U shotgun. Please e mail me with a PDF file or scan at email@example.com. Thanks Bill
A used Ithaca model 72 saddle gun in excellent condition is worth around $500.
According to SKB's web site, the model 500 was marketed by Ithaca from 1969 to 1978. The one in my collection, a 12-gauge, has s/n S 5550909. -DAW-
500 USD or so
model 37 around $500 in good condition
This model sells anywhere from 250 dollars to 500 dollars. The determining factors are, as always what kind of condition the firearm is in.
about 400 -450 used and about 500 new
Try gunpartscorp.com or auctionarms.com or go to a gunsmith
The gun was made by SKB in Japan and imported by Ithaca, starting in 1966. I don't know when your particular gun was made.
Depends on the model and condition. An Ithaca Mdl 37 Featherlight in 16 g in excellent condition is $500-$600 at retail.
I sold one in excellent condition last fall for $900.
Yes, there is an owners manual available for a Charles Daly Model 500 double barrel shotgun. Various sources can be found online.
100-500 USD Well that has to be a Model 51... Depends greatly on Condition, Condition, Condition, and Condition! From $200 to $800 LNIB w/ cleaning rod, instruction manual.
In good original condition, 500-1000 dollars.
$450-$500 in excellent condition. $200 for a beater. firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes, both models were produced in 410.
200-500 depending on condition
I have seen it being sold online between $500 and $850. It is worth what ever someone is willing to pay for it. Good luck!
Howdy, your Ithaca is a 1924 model. I know because I bought one myself today. Mine is in 95% originial condition and I was told it is worth approx. $1200.00 So depending on what condition yours is in, go from there. check out gunbroker.com and search for Ithaca's, there are a lot of beat ones on there but they still seem to get $500-700 in pretty used condition. Either way, you can't go wrong with an Ithaca, they're the best.
you have an Older Ithaca Model 37 made in 1940 . depend on Guage is it 12 ga or 16ga? also depends on the condition of the gun it could be anywhere from $100 to $500 . it could even be worth more if it a 16ga they didn't make to many 16ga shotguns back then
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
These were actually made by SKB in Japan and imported by Ithaca. Very nice little double, and really well balanced in 20ga. I have the SKB 'Royal Light' which was a similar model not imported into the US. Depending on condition, $500-$700. email@example.com