model 37 tac stock.

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Does anybody know if they are in development yet? I really like the blackhawk stock on my mossberg 835, and would like to have one for my 37...
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That would be cool! Which 37 do you have?
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I have no clue.
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I am currently working with several companies on getting some support for the Ithaca Model 37!
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DHonovich wrote:I am currently working with several companies on getting some support for the Ithaca Model 37!


Thats cuz youre the Man! Ithaca is a great gun, and if there was after market support, i believe more folks would be inclined to buy!

ripjack13 wrote:I have no clue.


Hmmm... field barrel. What finish is the barrel and is the barrel fixed to the receiver?
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 11, 2011 3:51 am
Yes a tac stock like the Blackhawks for the 37 variant would be nice. I have a Blackhawk on an old Mossberg and it makes a world of difference.
Once a month our club does a rifle/shotgun variant of a three gun, usually about 25 rnds of shotgun on steel plates as fast as you can go. Although I like shooting my DSPS, my shoulder prefers the Mossy, LOL.
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Rossignol wrote:That would be cool! Which 37 do you have?


Wow...so i figured it out. while i was cleaning the barrel real good. taking the surface rust and old blue off, i found it is a featherlight, with a full choke.


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Rossignol wrote:
DHonovich wrote:I am currently working with several companies on getting some support for the Ithaca Model 37!


Thats cuz youre the Man! Ithaca is a great gun, and if there was after market support, i believe more folks would be inclined to buy!

ripjack13 wrote:I have no clue.


Hmmm... field barrel. What finish is the barrel and is the barrel fixed to the receiver?


didn't see this till after my post...derrrrr...

anyhow, the finish was blued, and the barrel is not fixed. it takes a 1/4 turn and it slides out. i have since taken the blue and rust off. looks great now. i painted it, and refinished the stock and forearm too...

viewtopic.php?f=15&t=67&start=20

page 3 shows where i am at, at the moment. i'm still staining the stock and forearm......
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Any movement on this log jam?

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