Ithaca Model 37
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Manufacturer Ithaca Gun Company
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The Ithaca Model 1937 is a 12, 16, 20 and 28 Gauge Pump Action Shotgun; developed by the United States.


The Ithaca Model 37 Shotgun was made back in 1933 by the Ithaca Gun Company in order to compete with the 1912 Model Winchester. They waited for Remington's patents to expire and when developing the shotgun in 1933, they had discovered that more patents wouldn't expire until 1937 and as a result, they changed the name from 33-37. The shotgun also saw action in World War 2, then was used in Vietnam.

Present DayEdit

The Ithaca Model 37 shotgun is still used by civilian and some military squads today. Alpha Wolf uses one of these as well as his Winchester Model 1887 for close quarters combat.