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Ithaca Century trap.

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Barrelbulge(Fl), Aug 31, 2011.

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  1. Barrelbulge(Fl)

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    Serial# S8808288. Can anyone tell me the year of manifacture? Thanks, Bulge.
     
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    Try Ron Sharp of Sharp's Guns in Ontario Canada. 905-774-6368. It's a type 2 if that helps.


    Eric
     
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    I am going to guess, Mmmmmmm, 1988.
     
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    The Century line of SKB shotguns imported by Ithaca was listed in their catalog from 1974 to 1978.


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    Then I am changing to 1978.
     
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    Bulger, my wife used one in the early 80's which was a great shooter after some trigger work. Highly under rated IMO.
     
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    In my own research I found that mixer is exactly right on years of production. They came in two models the Century and the Century 2, The 2 had a monte carlo stock the other was conventional. Still looking for more info.Thanks all, Bulge.
     
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    dont have the info you are looking for but I will add that I have owneed 2 and they are a good trap gun, underated
     
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