krag96 wrote:Um-Um-Um! Those Ithaca single's have been my favorite break open gun for years! I'm still kicking myself for not buying a 1930-something trap model in a shop some years ago for under $700.00. The new ones look just as good!
Which brings to my mind, a question. Should I hunt up an old Ithaca Trap gun or buy this new one? Or, put another way, is this new one better than the old?
I am intrigued by what I read in the company's statements about the new Ithaca barrels. If they are as perfect as they say, maybe a new gun is the way to go. Trouble is the old guns sing to me.