Does Ithaca make a semi auto shotgun?
The Ithaca Mag-10 is a gas-operated, semi-automatic shotgun chambered in 10-gauge (3½”).
What company makes 10 gauge shotguns?
Browning still makes a good 10 gauge (the BPS). If you’re willing to buy used, Mossberg and Remington both have, in the past, and plenty are available on the secondary market still. Browning and Harrington & Richardson make a 10 gauge. Mossberg and Remington made some recently, but are now not being made.
What happened 10 gauge shotgun?
The 3½-inch 12-gauge load made the 10-gauge shotgun obsolete, but the big gun made a comeback in the 1990s when steel shot was required to hunt waterfowl. The first 12-gauge steel loads were not very effective at killing birds cleanly, so many core hunters went back to the 10 because it patterned larger shot so well.
What kind of shotgun is the Ithaca Mag 10?
Ithaca Mag-10. Jump to navigation Jump to search. The Ithaca Mag-10 is a gas-operated, semi-automatic shotgun chambered in 10-gauge (3½”). The CounterCoil system built into the front of the magazine tube reduced the recoil from the round to allow easier second shots but cut the magazine size in half to 2 shells.
Are there any Ithaca shotguns still in use?
It is still in use today for small game and the occasional round of clay pigeons. Mention Ithaca shotguns today and most people think immediately of the Model 37 pump action, one of Ithaca’s most successful and reliable shotguns and the only model still in production today by Ithaca Gun Co., now of Ohio.
When did the Ithaca Road Blocker shotgun come out?
The Ithaca Mag-10 “Road Blocker” was designed by Ithaca for the law enforcement market and became available from 1978 until 1986. It was the tactical version of the Ithaca Mag-10 sporting shotgun (1975-1989). It was intended as a specialty shotgun specifically to stop vehicles (road blocks) and as an entry gun.
Where was the Ithaca Model 51 shotgun made?
Location: Canada. This post is for those looking for general information on the Ithaca Model 51 semiautomatic shotgun, made in Ithaca, New York, from the early 1970s to 1987 when the company temporarily went out of business.