Your Model 37 was mfg. in 1975.
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Yes, they did make a 28 guage pump featherlight. I have one myself
I bought one about seven years ago, synthetic stock and forend, for $125.
Made in 1964
The value of a 12 gauge featherlight shotgun is $800.00 bucks canadian.
Boyd's stocks on the net.
I am not sure if the date makes a huge difference, but GunBroker.com says the featherlight is worth and estimated $375.00.
40-400 USD if all original
From a recent internet search, a 16 gauge fetches roughly $385.
i have a model 37 12 gauge bought in 1961 at browns auto. serial no. is 747557-4 so it is 46 years old.
Yes, the Model 37 Featherlight was made in .410 and 28 gauge
Depends on whether it is the Featherlight or the Ultrafeatherlight, and it depends on its condition. Decent condition Featherlight is probably worth around $350; the "Ultra" will probably bring closer to $500.
it 's probably a baker model built around 1888. pbl
Depends entirely on age and condition - neither of which is indicated in the question, so no way to answer.
The serial number indicates your standard-type Model 37 was manufactured in 1953.
The Featherlight Deerslayer 12 gauge is a hunting rifle made by the Ithaca Gun Company. These guns are very modern and are worth around 1,000 dollars.
I would try Numrich gun parts corp.they may be found on the web.
well i wanted to know what my 16 gauge featherlight Ithaca how old it was and how much it was worth i called Ithaca arms gun co. out of Ohio because they are no longer made in Ithaca New York so that's your best bet
If it is in good shape it's probably worth between $250-$300. Look on www.gunbroker.com and see what they are selling for.
Your Model 37 was mfg. in 1954. The -4 indicates full choke.
I have seen them selling for between 250-325 dollars depending on condition and a good bore.