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Ithaca Century trap info

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by leftex, Sep 25, 2010.

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  1. leftex

    leftex Active Member

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    I need a parts breakdown/assembly,dissassembly instructions for both a type I and type II. Any help is appreciated.

    Thanks,

    Wayne
     
  2. icelander36

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    http://www.diamondgunsmithing.com/IGRC/IGRC13/IGRC13.html

    Try this page. Lyle
     
  3. leftex

    leftex Active Member

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    Guys, Thanks for the parts breakdowns. Does anybody know the difference between Type I and Type II?

    Thanks,

    Wayne
     
  4. Ajax

    Ajax Well-Known Member

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    Sorry, I don't have the number but if someone could post the number for Sharps gun shop, they would be able to give you all the information. They have parts for the guns also.



    Ajax
     
  5. smokinbuck

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    Ithaca can be reached at 877-648-4222 or 419-234-4113 in Upper Sandusky, Ohio. I contacted them with some questions and they were very responsive right on the phone. I spoke with a lady named Emily Rirdlinger. Give them a call.
    Mark
     
  6. dontate

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    Ithaca Century 1 had a straight stock while the Century 2 had a Monte Carlo. I had two of them one of each type and both shot well. The first time we tried the Century 1 my son was thirteen and he ran the first 25 he shot with it. Needless to say I did not get a chance to shoot the gun much since he claimed it the first day we tried it! Barrel lenghts varied from 30" to 34". The guns shoot very much like a BT99. I do think they are much nicer to look at than the Brownings. Good luck with it.
    Don Tate
     
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