150-400 USD depending on condition.
Deer Slayer's Retribution - 1912 was released on: USA: 27 June 1912
about a 150 bucks
First, if it is a 16 gauge I don't think that it is a Deer Slayer. From my knowledge and experience, Ithaca only made the Deer Slayer in 12 and 20 gauge. Second, what is the model number? There were two different model numbers with the Deer Slayer name attached to them. Wrong. I own a 16 gauge Ithaca with the deerslayer barrel. It was my fathers and his father's before him. It's a Model 37. Indeed I as well own a 16 ga deerslayer,from 1970 .they are few and far between but yes the did make it,and in my mind the sweetest shotgun i ever put in my hands light fast and amazing accurate with beautiful checkering and for myself being a left handed shooter the bottom eject is excellent for not ejecting empty shells in the way of field of vision
im guesing 150.00 to 200,00
Possibly a Model 37? About $250-$300, depending on condition.
any kind will kill a deer but if you have a smooth barrel than u need smooth slugs if you have a rifled barrel you need a rifled slug
Deer Island Light was created in 1984.
50-1000 USD depending on specifics
100-1000 USD or so depending on specifics
Ithica made the '' deerslayer" not remington
Deer Island Thorofare Light was created in 1857.
$600 around there $600 around there
The color of a deer is light brown. Everybody knows that.
Deer slugs are the shotgun shells to use when deer hunting.
What is the value of a old timer deer slayer manufactured in 1957 in good condition
Yes there are many fine double rifles out there, they do tend to be pricey.
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Slugs! If its rifled it is a deer hunting barrel.
well ,if it hits where you are aiming and harvests what you are shooting at then I'd say its priceless.
Formed tubularly (no choke) to fire deer slugs.
With a spot light.
apparently it can get blind