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Ithaca model 900 trap - what is it worth

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by samthompson, Aug 6, 2012.

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  1. samthompson

    samthompson Member

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    someone had an older Ithaca model 900 Trap auto for sale. Condition looks good. Gun feels light but points well. What is something like this worth... 'book' value and/or 'real' value???
  2. Rick Barker

    Rick Barker Well-Known Member

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    Are you talking about the SKB 900XL, imported by Itacha????

    I had two and last one I sold about 5 years ago for $300.00.

    They are a really really soft recoil gun, but very low rib and flat shooter...........at least my two were, but they are sturdy and easy to maintain. Should last a long while.
  3. samthompson

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    it did not say SKB - just Ithaca model 900. Also, rib appeared to be medium for a trap gun... not high & not low.
  4. Darksidedave

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    This is not the SKB
  5. Rick Barker

    Rick Barker Well-Known Member

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    Like I said, I had two of them, they were marked SKB 900 XL, imported by Itacha, in the 70's.

    The model you are talking about must be different model than I am, and that is why I was asking for clarification.

    in that case, please disregard.
  6. samthompson

    samthompson Member

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    my bad - it is an Ithaca/SKB 900 Trap.

    does someone have a Blue Book of Gun Values (I do not) and can look me up the value.

    Thanks in advance.
  7. oletymer

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    They are not worth much. Parts to do any repairs are going to be hard to find.
  8. samthompson

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    oletymer - good input on parts... I just assumed I could get parts online.

    Still trying to determine value - help????
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