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Join Date: Jan 2011
Location: North Eastern,Pa
Re: looking for Ithaca manfr. date for a new to me gun
I would stick with low base shells, just because you are toting a 100 year old gun. A gunsmith can tell you in a few seconds if the chambers were opened up . Take a look at RST's website, you can have correct 2 1/2 " shells shipped to your door in a few days at a fair price. I use a small herd of vintage Fox doubles, and most get fed RST ammo, just because I want them to last another 100 years !
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