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One of my favorite and least appreciated shotguns on the market today is the Ithaca Model37 Pump, featured in December 2002 Issue of "American Hunter".

As a left-hander, I appreciate the bottom load and eject design, and I'm glad to see it's unique place in the market re-evaluated once again. The original "Deerslayer" slug gun has been up-dated with rifled barrel, magnum shell length, and permanent mounted barrel for greater accuracy.
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I have my grandpa's old 37 smooth bore. I use it for clay. But grandpa did get deer with it every year.

Now my kids us it! It don't get better than that.

I need a mag spring for this any suggestions?

Great shot gun! I did read the artical.

Fred

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Happy Hunter,

Go to the Ithaca web site and check out their parts :) availability page. Good Luck and spread the word about the best darn shotgun made in America!!

http://www.ithacagun.com/
 

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Way cool!

First time I heard of a fixed barrel slug gun! Super cool development. Are there any other guns with this technology? :eek:
 

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I HAVE THE OLD DEER SLAYER 37 WERE CAN I GET A NEW RIFLE"D BARROW FOR IT THANKS RICH
savageT said:
One of my favorite and least appreciated shotguns on the market today is the Ithaca Model37 Pump, featured in December 2002 Issue of "American Hunter".

As a left-hander, I appreciate the bottom load and eject design, and I'm glad to see it's unique place in the market re-evaluated once again. The original "Deerslayer" slug gun has been up-dated with rifled barrel, magnum shell length, and permanent mounted barrel for greater accuracy.
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Rich,

Try the original source...Ithaca Gun http://www.ithacagun.com/
There are Hastings Rifled Barrels also: http://www.cabelas.com/cabelas/en/templates/product/horizontal-item.jhtml?id=0017000212139a&navAction=jump&navCount=0&indexId=&podId=0017000&catalogCode=OD&parentId=&parentType=&rid=

I would suggest you keep the smoothbore and try different foster rifled slugs for better accuracy. Two things to watch out for...........Leading in the barrel after just a few shots. It will effect accuracy. Keep the barrel mount screw tight so the barrel won't move! Should get good 3" groups at 50-75yds.



savageT.....Love those Ithaca Deerslayers
 
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