The New Ithaca Double was made from 1926 to 1948, and was the last double gun manufactured by the factory. External cocking indicators were standard until 1934, when they were eliminated from the design. Selective and non-selective single triggers and ejectors were optional at additional cost. Lke most collectible shotguns, the smaller guages command a price premium (with the exception of the Magnum 10 of which only 850 were made). It was produced in 8 different grades. This gun deserves the attention of an expert appraiser, as some grades in excellent condition could put your kid through college.
Ithaca or Remington
You would need to include the model number or name of your Ithaca firearm,along with the serial number to get the correct answer.
If it doesn't say Lefever somewhere on the gun, I don't think you have a Lefever.
I have no idea what you mean. Every Remington shotgun ever made was designated as a shotgun, and had a model name or number. If you clarify your question, maybe someone can help.
I have no records of a Browning 16ga shotgun having a A prefix to the serial number.Please check and list the model number(or name model) of your shotgun in your next post.
Your shotgun was made for montgomery wards hence the name western field,by stevens.The model designation for your shotgun from stevens was the model 520.These stevens model 520 shotguns were made from 1912-1932 with a total production of 191,000 guns.
The model will be stamped on the barrel right after the Winchester name.
The Sweet sixteen name is the model of your Browning auto-5 shotgun!Is the number 51666 the serial number of your shotgun?Please re-post your question so that a answer can be provided.
The Ithaca Gun Co manufactured the Lefever single barrel shotguns under the Lefever Arms Co. name after it acquired the company in 1916. This model was made between 1927 and 1942; the serial number indicates yours was made in 1928.
Lefever Nitro Special made by Ithaca. Montgomery Ward just put their name on it.
No way of knowing without you providing the model number/name of the shotgun and the serial number that goes with it.
If its a pump shotgun its a Winchester 1200
No such model name in the Browning line.
A shotgun made by Breschia. Unfamilar model name.
Triplet Steel was a mark used by Syracuse Arms and Western Arms Corp was a trade name used by Ithaca about 1928-1945. I can't remember all the history right now, but somewhere Syracuse became a part of Ithaca, so I'd say your shotgun was probably made around 1928-30. It's purpose was most likely for hunting but possibly for trap shooting.
The Ithaca model 37 has been manufactured pretty much unchanged since 1937, so you be the judge if it's a good gun. The name was changed to model 87 in 1987 but changed back to model 37 around the year 2000. I see no listing for "Featherweight" although there is a "Featherlight".
the greek name for Ithaca is Ithaca.It is not a mythological place, it's a real island on the west coast of Greece in the Ionian sea.
i have old 12 guage double barell shotgun name is wards triumph model 5052a
You must provide the name of the maker.
Impossible to answer without the name of the maker and serial number.
It is the model name of the first Over/under shotgun that Browning made. "Superposed" in the dictionary means "one on top or over another".
You are probably thinking of a Stevens model 520
If we had a manufacturer's name and model name or number we might be able to answer you.
I purchased the field maintenance instructions for Model 37 and 87 pump action shotguns on Ebay. It is a complete guide to disassenbling and reassembling these model guns. It was inexpensive and very clear and detailed. You need a book by Walt Snyder that covers the M37 in GREAT detail including serial numbers. Google his name with "37" or go to gunshop.com