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I copied these photos from the Gunbroker.com site. One of my childhood hunting companions had one just like this in 20 gauge with modified choke. He had very good luck with it and knocked pheasants out the sky with ease. I shot it several times and liked it. The Ithaca model 66 faded from production in late 1970"s but good used ones are not terribly difficult to find. It was a very well built single shot that is unique and interesting, plus it points and balances well. I"ve been itchy all over to buy one but something else always takes priority - now my car needs tires. So it goes.TR
My neighbor kills nearly all his deer with one of those. Sturdy and nice guns. They ARE single-shot "lever" guns, though...
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I remember wanting one when they first came out but never got to see one on this side of the pond. Is the action made of Aluminium or steel? it looks like alloy.
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game keeper wrote:I remember wanting one when they first came out but never got to see one on this side of the pond. Is the action made of Aluminium or steel? it looks like alloy.