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    Ithaca stock identification

    Hi all,

    I got this stock in a parts lot and I've been able to deduce that its for an Ithaca 37 but do you guys know if there is any indication of what model its from? I'm a Winchester guy so I don't have a heck of a lot of knowledge when it comes to Ithaca shotguns. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    I have no proof by some magic marking or anything, but it IS an Ithaca 37 stock. I'm not relying on the buttplate marking either. It's just a standard shotgun butt. The model is 37, like you said.
    Regards, Jim

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    Awesome, I didn't think there was much to identify it as anything else. Thanks Jim.

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    M37 stock

    It does appear to be a Model 37 stock but the sling swivel attachment is not correct. Ithaca trench guns (WWII and post-war) had sling swivels that were inletted in much the same manner as the Winchester trench guns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce Canfield View Post
    the sling swivel attachment
    Nope, that's a civvie sling swivel.

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