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F/S Ithaca Knick 34" monte carlo stock (rare)

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by BILL GRILL, Feb 17, 2013.

  1. BILL GRILL

    BILL GRILL Well-Known Member

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    Gun was made in 1930. I had one that had the same ejector problem, was a timing issue in forearm. Bachhelder in Grand Rapids fixed it for me. Nice gun!
     
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    Bill - can you give me contact info for the person that repaired your ejector? I have a 5E that has the same problem that I have just lived with. Thanks, Mo Powers
     
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    It's an early '29 gun. About the ejector. If you have a set of drivers to fit the various screws in the forearm, the problem could be as simple as a broken kicker retainer spring. The retainer is the one on the right of the forearm that is tripped by the cocking cam. The application doesn't require a specialized part, and a spring borrowed from a ball point pen will do the trick.
     
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    I am only going by Walt Snyders book. Says Knicks 1929 to serial no 402006
    1930 to serial no 402331. So I figured 402049 to be 1930? :)
     
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    What is LOP to end of wood? Thanks. Lyle
     
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    F/S Ithaca Knick 34

    That is most likely an uncut stock.