How many shells does a Ithaca Model 51 hold?
The gun holds one shell in the chamber and a maximum of two in the magazine. Weighing about 7.5 lbs, it makes for a great small game gun that can be carried all day.
Are Ithaca barrels interchangeable?
There are nearly two million Ithaca Model 37s already in the field, and many of their owners would like to outfit them with a new barrel. Model 37s® with a serial number above 855,000 have interchangeable barrels (except for some Deerslayers), but often still require some custom fitting by our gunsmiths.
How much is a 16 gauge Ithaca pump worth?
Recently Sold ITHACA FEATHERLIGHT shotgun
|$500.00||ITHACA GUN COMPANY MODEL 37 FEATHERLIGHT 16 GAUGE PUMP ACTION SHOTGUN Ozark, MO 65721||Used|
|$429.99||ITHACA 37 FEATHERLIGHT 12 GA SLAM FIRE PUMP ACTION SHOTGUN 27.5″ BARREL ITH-4958-U Plano, TX 75075||Used|
How big is a Model 51 Featherlight shotgun?
This posting is based on my ownership of a Model 51-Featherlight (M51), 2 ¾ inch chamber with fixed modified choke and a 28” ventilated barrel. This was my first shotgun bought for me second hand by my father around 1980. It is still in use today for small game and the occasional round of clay pigeons.
What kind of slug gun is Deerslayer II?
The accuracy of two inches at 40 yards was impressive for its day, but the current DeerSlayer II Twenty Gauge model, as tested, did far better than that . . . at 100 yards. The tested model is the standard barrel profile twenty gauge Deerslayer II with a twenty-four inch barrel, 1:24 rate of twist, with the standard black walnut Monte Carlo stock.
When did The Deerslayer II Sling stud come out?
The Deerslayer II was always a solid frame shotgun, totally eliminating the play of interchangeable barrels. The permanent sling stud was added to the barrel in 1993. The Ithaca Deerslayer legend began back in 1959. The accuracy of two inches at 40 yards was impressive for its day,
What kind of ammunition does a 20 gauge Deerslayer use?
With the 20 gauge DeerSlayer II you can use virtually any 2-3/4 inch or 3 inch commercially available saboted ammunition. As a broad and tenuous generality, 3 inch shells seem to give better accuracy than their 2-3/4 inch counterparts, but not always.