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Unread 01-28-2014, 07:59 PM   #21
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I get a real kick out of the old Ithaca Flues Auto and Burglar model 20g guns that had ulgra short barrels and pistol grip factory.
My local Sherriffs office has one on display along with some other sheriff history items. I guess they carried those Ithacas as standard issue for some time.
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This one is in Manchester, NH



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I had a friend who found one in his grandfather's effects and and decided to try it out.

a couple rounds was all he wanted of it
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Reminds me of the John Wayne movie El Dorado. Mississippi (James Conn) could not hit sh$& with his sawed off double. Could scare everybody.
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Reminds me of the John Wayne movie El Dorado. Mississippi (James Conn) could not hit sh$& with his sawed off double. Could scare everybody.
not true- he hit a sign and John Wayne
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Thats right, shot John Wayne in the butt????
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I guess he could hit sh$&.
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The State Police display at the Oswego gun show, for a number of years in the 80s, had a matched pair of what appeared to be factory LC Smith 20 gauge pistols. While you were not allowed to touch them, I examined them ver closely and their manufacture appeared to be factory. Keels in place and impeccable wood work. The trooper manning the display told me they were used as car guns in the 20s. I don't think the Staties display anymore. Politically uncorrect.
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I know a few police officers and retired police officers who have wonderful gun collections ........................................... ........
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first i ever heard of the lc smith pistols wish they could be displayed again...charlie
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