On my 1950s vintage Ithaca Model 37 16 gauge it is on the right side of the end of the receiver where the magazine tube and barrel go into the receiver, and also on the barrel adjacent to the number on the receiver. The numbers should be the same on both the barrel and receiver unless the barrel is not the original barrel, at least on mine they are.
What do you want to know? They made the X-5 lightning in both a tube-fed, and a magazine rifle.
First off, the Ithaca is one of the finest pump shotguns ever made, and the ones made now are the best yet. (And no, I don't work for them, but I shoot them!) The first criteria is how old is you Ithaca Model 37. Ithacas with a serial number lower than 855,000 DO NOT have interchangeable barrels, so for those, the answer would be no. Ithaca M 37 shotguns with a serial number higher than would easily swap out both barrels and magazine tube. Make sure you have the right spring to go with the 8 shot tube and you should be set. Any more questions can be directed to the Ithaca website in the related link below.
I assume your are referring to the tube magazine. there is not box magazine. at the tip of the barrel, underneather, you will see a knob. turn the knob and remove the inner magazine tube....................
buy a kit from brownells.get the short one. 18"? just had mine put in. works great. just had to have a hole drilled to put the pin in.
I have a HS 410. The magazine tube O.D. appears to be 0.625"- 0.687".
depends on the year and manufacture date of your gun . also do all the parts match by serial Number you should find the serial Number on side of the receiver (on newer Ithaca) older style Ithaca the serial Number will be on the Recevier (Between the magazine tube and barrel) then look up WWW.SURPLUSRIFLEFORUM.COM on their site look up on their Search engine type in "ITHACA 37 DOM" there you'll find the serial list number
That functions as a magazine cut-off. When put in 'S' position, the gun functions as a single-shot.
Yes. Shotshells are fed from the magazine tube to the chamber. When the last shotshell is fed from the magazine to the chamber, the magazine is empty, but the shotgun remains loaded.
Remove the barrel and then unscrew the magazine tube from the receiver.If the mag tube is too tight to remove easily, use pliers or visegrips ONLY on the very last inch of the tube where the barrel screwed in. It's the only solid part on the tube and it won't bend or crush.
The actual magazine tube that connects to the receiver is brazed in there, so it removing it isn't an optimum solution.
Steven 410 shotgun with a tube feed magazine what is it worth now
Bourdon gauge is a type of aneroid pressure gauge consisting of a flattened curved tube attached to a pointer that moves around a dial. As the pressure in the tube increases, the tube tends to straighten and the pointer indicates the applied pressure.
If it has a four round magazine tube (typically found on models with 18" barrels) it's worth about $275. If it has the seven round tube (most often seen with 20" barrels, then it's worth about $375. These prices assume very good condition.
A cylinder or a tube
A Bourdon Tube or a Bellows gauge
Manometer or pressure gauge.
It is called a rain gauge
Contact Browning for an owner's manual. The bolt should be forward when loading the magazine, and then operated to load a shell into the chamber.
Pump and some autoloading shotguns of popular makes with tube magazines using threaded magazine caps can have magazine extension tubes added. Typically these are sold as a kit with tube and spring. The tube replaces the magazine cap. Box magazine shotguns such as the Saiga just need a larger capacity magazine added. Older shotguns using magazine plugs held in by screws usually cannot increase mag capacity.
Brownell's makes a generic .22 magazine assembly tube kit with all the parts you can fit to many old .22 tube fed repeaters.
Bourdon's tube pressure gauge cannot be used to measure negative pressure. This is because absolute pressure must be measured and the Bourdon gauge only indicates the gauge pressure.
On the end of the magazine tube there is a threaded-on cap. Remove this cap. You will now find a "spring plug" inside the front end of the magazine tube. Carefully pry this spring plug out of the magazine tube. Put a pair of safety glasses in the proper location on your face because once you get this spring cap close to the end of the magazine tube the magazine follwer spring will push it out of the mag. tube faster than you can say"Oh sh.. crap". Once this spring cap is out you can pull the magazine spring out if it already hasn't landed in the living room. You can now insert or remove a cartridge number restricting plug. Next you'll need to push the extended magazine spring back into the magazine tube and re-install the spring end cap. To get the spring plug in flush with the front edge of the magazine tube, tap it into place with a plastic screwdriver handle to prevent distorting the thin walls of the mag. tube. Replace the screw-on end cap and that's it.