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Jim Almquist

SOLD SOLD Ithaca Model 51 Featherlite 12 ga SOLD SOLD

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I am looking to get $300.00 or best offer.I bought this from my brother in 1983 and have no idea of age or use but the gun is in very good shape. No rust and a few small dings. jrquist@hotmail.com

If you email me could you please let me know that it is the Ithaca you are intrested in.( I have 2 listed )

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Do you have any pictures? ahamilton@mn.rr.com

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I am interested in pictures to, I am also located in carlton. email me at fastmofo300@aol.com maybe i could just swing by and look at it

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Pictures sent if you need more or close ups let me know.

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I'm out. Thanks for sending pics so quickly though.

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Pictures have been added and if any ? call 218-384-9456 or my cell at 218-591-9456

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what gauge/ what rounds does it chamer 2 3/4 3 inch or 3 1/2 . any other info would be great. thanks.

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12 gauge and only 2 3/4 rounds.The shotgun has had very little use. I bought it when I got out of the service to hunt pheasants. The next year I started to hunt South Dakota and found whrn I went out over Thanksgiving that I wanted to shoot 3"mags and have the ability to shoot Different choke tubes so I bought the Benelli.

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Thank you John, Good person to do business with!

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Jim, Thanks for the gun! It was a good talking to you. I'll email you right now on the other thing we were talking about.

Thanks,

Jon a.k.a. Hoggs

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