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Model 37 Featherlight, King Ferry, Repeater

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  • Buy OEM Instructions
    Model 37
    FEATHERLIGHT Basic Instruction Booklet
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    √ Proper & Safe Use of the Gun

    √ 8 Pages with Illustrations

    √ Instant Download After Purchase

    $4.75

    Model 37
    KING FERRY Basic Instruction Booklet
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    √ Proper & Safe Use of the Gun

    √ 8 Pages with Illustrations

    √ Instant Download After Purchase

    $4.75

    Model 37
    REPEATER Basic Instruction Pamphlet
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    √ Proper & Safe Use of the Gun

    √ 2 Pages with Photographs

    √ Instant Download After Purchase

    $4.75

    Model 37 / 87
    Repair & Service Manual
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    √ Field maintenance Instructions for Pump Action Shotgun with special notes from Head Gunsmith

    √ 20 Pages with Photographs

    √ Instant Download After Purchase

    $9.95

    Model 37 12G
    Technical Manual
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    √ Military Instructions for operation, field inspection, cleaning, lubrication & more.

    √ 23 Pages with Photographs

    √ Instant Download After Purchase

    $9.95

  • History

    *The company released its newest creation: the Model 37 Repeater in 1937.

    The Model 37 was a pump action shotgun based on the Remington Model 17 pump shotgun.

    The Ithaca was an improvement on the former design because it emphasized simplicity of form and function.

    The Model 37 has remained in continuous production since its introduction.

    It has been produced in a bewildering number of finishes, calibers, barrel lengths, smooth bore and rifled barrel configurations, and stock and forearm configurations.

    *“The Ithaca Gun Company From the Beginning” by Walter Claude Snyder

  • Serial Numbers

    Vintage Ithaca Guns Manufactured by
    ITHACA GUN COMPANY
    from 1880 - 1986

    Originally Compiled by The Ithaca Gun Co., October 1960 "a few variances in this data will be found"

    For specific details on your gun, read “The Ithaca Gun Company From the Beginning” by Walter Claude Snyder

  • Schematic
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  • Parts Legend
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