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Old 10-29-2010, 08:31 PM   #11
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Old 10-30-2010, 12:25 AM   #13
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I believe you're thinking about the model 1897 if I'm not mistaken.


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Aren't those the ones that will fire as soon as the shell is chambered if you just keep the trigger pulled, like repeatedly?
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I know there is a very nice looking one on the used rack at the local Gander Mountain for $450. I've looked at it twice in the past couple weeks and I quite frankly just don't need another 12 gauge pump.

The Model 12 does fire as soon as it is pumped if you just hold down the trigger. The one that I have looked at also has the slide come down by gravity if it is released in the vertical position. The Model 12 was recently featured on Gun Nuts.

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I don't know the worth but my brother-in-law has one that his father bought when he was young. I've heard the story from him before how he got the grap kicked out of him the first time he found out that it would fire if he pumped the action with the trigger pulled. Still a nice gun in my opinion, very old and very used and still runs like a champ.

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I've got one my dad bought new in 53.

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Old 11-02-2010, 11:35 PM   #17
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I have had quite a few model 12's and am a student of this model. A few photo's will help along with approx serial number range.

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Aren't those the ones that will fire as soon as the shell is chambered if you just keep the trigger pulled, like repeatedly?
Ithaca Model 37 is what your thinking of.
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I have had quite a few model 12's and am a student of this model. A few photo's will help along with approx serial number range.
I can't show picks. But I'm Looking for my cousin who has his fathers Mod 12 with the hammer. Is this what you all are talkin about.
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Ithaca Model 37 is what your thinking of.
The model 12 will slam fire as well as the model 97.
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