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Nick, Do you have any idea what you are looking for? There are 9 of them in existence. They were only made in 1980 and 1981. Do not know how many of them if any had 32" barrels. Steve Barnett had three of them for sale about 2 years ago. Here is a couple pictures of mine it is 34" and will not be for sale.

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Nick, To broaden your search a little the Sousa grade, 1000 dollar grade,2000 dollar grade,3000 dollar grade, and so on up the line are pretty much the same gun. They kept changing the name as time and price went up. Walt Snyder may have one or know of one for sale. You can find him on doublegunshop.com forum. Good Luck in your search. If I hear of one for sale I will let you know. Regards, Bill
 

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Cl3 You may want to check with Jack Puglisi in Duluth MN 218-626-3618. I know over the years Jack has had a fair number of very fine Ithaca singles.
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Bill Grill:

Gorgeous gun!!!

Thanks for sharing the pics. The workmanship that went into those Knicks was incredible. Amazing that so few people know of them or appreciate them. Seems like one of the better kept secrets in the gun world.

Pete
 
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