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F/S Ithaca 4E SBT 34 inch barrel

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by esetter, Nov 21, 2008.

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  1. esetter

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    Selling several trap guns for a good friend that is ill. This is an Ithaca 4E Single Barrel Trap Knick. with 34 inch barrel with two ivory beads. Barrel has not been altered and has a bore measurement of .734 and choke of .696 which gives you a .038 restriction. Comes with the original Monte Carlo stock which has a 1 3/8 inch barallel comb. LOP is 14 5/8 to a new Terminator black pad with a pad adjuster. Total thickness of pad and adjuster is 1 1/8 inches. Stock has original finish with some wear and handling marks. Case color is mostly gone but engraving is still deep and crisp. This gun would be a great candidate for a restoration or shoot it just as it is. Top lever is still right of center. All screws are in great shape. Price of the gun is $2800 plus shipping. You don't find many of these with original 34 inch barrels that haven't been altered. For information or additional pictures contact me at esetter5@roadrunner.com , Gerry Addison.


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    Esetter, that's a beauty and from an era of high craftsmanship that does not exist any longer in the US. Would this be from the 1930's?
     
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    Thanks it is a 1930 gun. Birds explode when hit with this gun.
     
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