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Unread 03-09-2023, 12:33 PM   #11
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I have a parker 10 ga with 30 inch barrels with 3 1/2 inch chambers the barrels are thick like your gun and its barrels weigh 7 lbs 14 ounce....you have a good turkey gun....charlie
WOW! 30 inchers that weigh more than my 32 inchers. Those guys didn't want to have any failures, did they.
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Unread 03-09-2023, 01:12 PM   #12
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Larry,

That Flues is in great condition, wow!

Like the Fine Damascus

I believe those barrels possibly put some of my Ithaca Magnum barrels to shame, I sometimes refer to them as schedule 40 pipe.

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Great example of an early McGraw style engraved No. 2.

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Great example of an early McGraw style engraved No. 2.

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The engraving on this gun is different than mine. Looking through the Ithaca book I haven't seen one that matches the engraving on the sides or the flower like engraving on the bottom of the gun I posted.
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Nice little peashooter, bet it's choked tighter than an owl's butt, wouldnt do anything with it other than find a vintage ITHACA pad for it.
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Just a wonderful gun. Could those barrels be ANY thicker?!
Thank you for sharing.
Actually yes lol I seen a Ithaca hammer gun in 10 ga with 3/8" breech walls I believe it was. It seems Ithaca made some 8 gauge sized frames just never chambered in 8 ga sadly.
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Nice little peashooter, bet it's choked tighter than an owl's butt, wouldnt do anything with it other than find a vintage ITHACA pad for it.
That gun is way too early for any Ithaca recoil pad. Needs a Silvers.
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I have a brand new Silvers pad in the packaging. It’s a huge pad, I bet it would fit that beast!
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That's just what I need Reggie. PM sent.
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I don't think you have to worry about PSI with that beast. Beautiful gun.
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