Pictures of your Ithaca Model 37

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nice pix dan...keep em coming...
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Yea man...!!
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This is my M37 Y2K1205. There are many like it, but this one is mine.

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1969 Featherlight in 20 gauge, modified 28" plain barrel .

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Very nice cindynles, and krimmie! Good looking wood krimmie....
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krimmie wrote:1969 Featherlight in 20 gauge, modified 28" plain barrel .

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That is a beautiful gun! I have a '68 just like it.
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16 ga and 12 ga Deerslayers
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Nice ones FDEE33!! Whatcha got for a scope on that one on the left?
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My 1938 Trap in the middle. Only 146 made that year. On the left, 2 Ducks unlimited Canada M87s. (1991) Only 650 made. They are 13 # apart. All three gauges represented in pic.
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B.C. Boy wrote:My 1938 Trap in the middle. Only 146 made that year. On the left, 2 Ducks unlimited Canada M87s. (1991) Only 650 made. They are 13 # apart. All three gauges represented in pic.


Clearly, you have a *very* serious case of OCD. I'm afraid that the only cure is to ship 'em all across The Pond where I will, um, "dispose" of them. :)

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BCB,

I think the I's have it. Very nice!!! Thanks for posting them,

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Just picked this up tonight - Serial # showed it as a 1980 model
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Looks clean. Welcome to the forum.

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Here's my 37S 16 Gauge Skeet gun from 1949:
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Holy cow fellas....those are some sweet looking 37's!!
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Here's some pics of my newest ones

1st three pics are the 1949 solid rib 16ga with an extra 26" Kings Ferry vent rib and choke tubes barrel fitted to it

4th pic is the one I got from where I found it, I need to take same better pictures. it is a 1952 16ga had a Simmons rib fitted to it. It was carried a lot and shot little. The reciever needs reblued but the action is super tight. You could tell this was someone's prized duck gun, pre-steel shot days. When I took it apart to clean it, it still had the wood magazine plug in it. It is a full choke barrel. Since the stock was cut for the recoil pad, I am going to put a correct sunburst pad on it and have the barrel threaded for chokes since it is not all original as it is. But it is a NICE gun.

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gemery wrote:Just picked this up tonight - Serial # showed it as a 1980 model


I just picked up a Magnum Model that looks very similar except for barrel. Mine was made in 1981.

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Here is my family of 37s.
1 12 Gauge
2 16 Gauge
3 20 Gauge
4 28 Gauge
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You got 'em all. Nice job!
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Nice looking family.
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OK Y'all, Here's Mine. I've Had it since I was 13 yrs old. Almost 42 yrs ago.
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Barrel on Gun is Original that I had Cut to 18.5in (Cyl. Bore) for Quail & Rabbits when I was 17 (1976)
Extra Barrel is Factory Ribbed 30in. Full Choke that I use for Turkey & Ducks.
Short Barrel on Gun has Laser Set to 50ft for Home Defense.
I Keep it by my Bed Loaded w/ #4's & I Sleep Well knowing it's there :D
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