Ithaca Grade 4E Single Barrel Trap Gun 12 Gauge
- Maker: Ithaca
- Model: Trap
- Caliber: 12 Ga.
- Description: Serial #290153-T, 12 Ga. (2 3/4"), 32" VR barrel choked full with a fine, bright bore that has very mild freckling ahead of the forcing cone. The barrel retains about 95-97% original blue, with some silvering at the muzzle, as well as along some of the high edges. The Grade 4 engraved frame retains 60-70% of the original color case-hardening, still quite vivid on the top of the frame and the left flat, with the right side toning to mottled plum-gray, the carry point on the bottom of the frame has a warm plum-brown patina. The typical open flowing Ithaca foliate engraving is crisp with the right flat featuring the American Eagle, land derby-wearing trap shooter on the left. The straight grip American walnut buttstock rates very fine with scattered light handling marks and small blemishes in the origial varnish, and a very nice fleur-de-lis checkering pattern which has nice grain and figure. The shield-shaped monogram plate along the toeline is blank, and the length of pull to the period recoil pad is 14 1/2 inches with drops of 1 1/2' and 2 1/2 inches respectively. The semi-beavertail target style forearm rates very good and has four small cracks at the iron. The fit is a bit loose. The lock-up is still quite tight, with the lever at about dead center with the gun closed. There is a slight amount of lateral play, but the barrel remains on-face. The rib features dual ivory target beads and the gun is functional, with a robust ejector. This is a handsome Grade 4 Trap and rates very good plus condition overall.
Ithaca releases Phoenix O/U and Single Barrel Trap Models
After several years of development and testing, Ithaca Gun Company of Ohio released their Phoenix O/U and single barrel trap models at the 2012 SHOT Show In Las Vegas. Along with the much-anticipated Phoenix O/U, Ithaca has expanded their 1911 handgun line, their Model 37 Tactical and Home Defense Models, introduced a very limited Sousa Grade Phoenix, and is celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Model 37 this year with a commemorative model. They have also hugely expanded their dealer network which you'll be hearing about soon.
It was three years ago, at the SHOT Show in Orlando, where Ithaca first displayed the Phoenix prototype O/U. In 2010, we shot pre-production examples in Las Vegas. Since then, the Phoenix has gone to Argentina for high volume testing and several slight changes have been the result, including mechanical triggers.
Ithaca Gun Company's roots go back to 1883, when Ithaca shotgun production started. Ithaca introduced their single barrel trap gun in 1914, the Flues Model Single Barrel Trap. In 1922, it was replaced by a new model designed by Frank Knickerbocker, affectionately known as the Knick. As documented by noted firearms historians Ned Schwing and Walter Snyder, the “Knick” was the gun of choice of champion shooters for many years, winning the Grand National several times. The Knick was in continuous production until 1988, with the Grade 7, the $1000 grade of 1936, the $2000 grade of 1952, the $3000 grade of 1965 and the $5000 grade model of 1974. These were some of the most impressive trap guns ever produced. Today, a used $5000 grade SBT model regularly fetches $10,000 and up. The price more than doubles for a new in the box SBT, if you can find one.
From the championship spirit of the Knick rises the new Ithaca Phoenix O/U, this is the first new American mass-produced O/U shotgun released in over 30 years, since the recently discontinued Ruger Red Label made its debut. It takes a long time to introduce a new vertical double; the folks at Ithaca have been torture testing their prototypes for some time now to try to get them to break. According to Ithaca, the contouring on top of the Phoenix receiver and mono-block has been taken from the classic single shot Knickerbocker. The Phoenix also gets its top bolt from the Knick.
At the muzzle, the barrels are free floating with a dovetail joint. At the breech end, the barrels are fastened to the mono-block without the use of soldering or brazing. Each barrel is threaded at the end and drawn tight to the mono-block by recessed sleeve nuts. This method eliminates any potential distortion to the barrels and provides 100% reliability to the joint. No heat is applied to the Phoenix barrel set; this Ithaca "solderless" technology is why they are able to show that their barrels are the straightest shotgun barrels possible with no warping during manufacture and no restraightening after brazing.
The box lock has a rack of three massive lugs at the bottom of the mono block that precisely lock up with three mating grooves in the Phoenix's receiver. For maximum strength and durability, the combined area of the mating surfaces of these lugs exceed that of the typical hook shaped lug found in conventional box lock double barrel actions.
The Phoenix has a manual safety that incorporates a pendulum type barrel selector. The riggers are factory set to 3.5 - 4 lbs. With a 30" barrel set, the Phoenix weighs approximately 8.5 lbs. This combination along with barrel forcing cones of 1.5 degrees are designed to give the Phoenix low recoil and keeps the barrels on target for an instant second shot. The trigger assembly on the Phoenix drops out quickly with the removal of just two screws. The Ithacas I shot were soft shooters, swung smoothly and steadily and had excellent triggers. It is apparent that the Phoenix is designed to be an O/U that can take high-volume shooting with no hiccups. The metal-working experts at Ithaca have high-precision equipment along with tool and die making expertise, all that is being brought to bear on this new model that promises to be the most precisely, uniformly made O/U shotgun ever made in the United States.
The wait is over and Ithaca is accepting orders for the Phoenix and the single barrel trap models right now. The Phoenix starts at $2500 retail, exactly as targeted three years ago. Expect a full review of a production Ithaca Phoenix in the very near future.
Copyright 2012 by Randy Wakeman. All Rights Reserved.
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*ITHACA KNICK MODEL 4E GRADE SINGLE BARREL TRAP GUN. SN 405074. Cal. 12ga, 32″ bbl, checkered, tapered, vent rib with Raybar front and ivory center sighting beads, 2-3/4″ chamber, FULL choke and ejector. Flat sides of bbl are engraved with an open leafy scroll. The grade 4 receiver is engraved on left side with man in trap shooting stance and right side with Native American drawing a bow. Lower rear corner on each side marked “ITHACA GUN CO.” Balance of engraving is bold, foliate scroll with stippled background. Top of receiver is stippled for glare. Left side behind shooter is signed “McGraw”. Bill McGraw was the most famous of the Ithaca engravers, working for Ithaca from 1907 to 1968. Mounted with nicely figured walnut, fleur-de-lis checkered pistol grip with ebony grip cap, Silvers recoil pad, blank gold oval and checkered beavertail target forend. Bore measurements: Diameter: .727. Restriction: .037. Wall thickness: .050. Drop at heel: 1-13/16″. Drop at comb: 1-1/2″. Weight: 8lbs. 6oz. LOP 14-1/2″. Consignor states this 4E and 5E #405095 were made in 1963, believed purchased together and have remained together for 47 years. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Bbl retains 99% orig factory blue with just a few minor handling marks and faint rub mark from forend. Receiver retains 95-98% strong, original case colors slightly fading on bottom. Stock is sound with sharp checkering, a tiny repaired chip behind top tang, high-gloss original finish with a few minor handling marks. Forend is sound with sharp checkering, high-gloss finish with a few minor handling marks. Trigger is crisp, strong ejector and bright shiny bore as gun appears to be test fired only. 4-39905 BDT73 (4,000-6,000)
Auction: Firearms - Fall 2010
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Ithaca Single Barrel Trap Shotgun
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This Ithaca Grade 4 Single Barrel Trap was fully restored by Turnbull Restoration in 2008. Work included a complete stock re-finish & checkering re-cut, complete metal restoration with minimal engraving re-cut and full polish, re-cut and re-blue on the barrels.
This gun retains all of its color case hardening and bluing as it was restored. The gun has been shot only a few times, and there is minimal wear on the breech face of the receiver. The action and barrels remain tight. There are three small spots on the barrel near the breech, but they are not rust. The checkering is perfect with no worn or flat spots. The color case hardening, rust bluing & charcoal bluing on this gun look as good today as they did in 2008 when the gun was restored.
This gun has not been fired since restoration.
Kick-eze recoil pad, Pistol grip w/ grip cap
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Ammunition lots will ship to FFL’s only. If picking up must have FOID or FFL. All state and local laws apply.
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23. DISPUTES UNDER THIS CONTRACT. Purchaser and RIAC agree to mediate any dispute or claim arising between them resulting from the purchaser participating in the auction or any resulting transaction, with the exception of the failure of the purchaser to make full payment of the purchaser’s obligations to RIAC. In the event the purchaser fails to make full payment to RIAC, RIAC may, but is not required to, proceed directly to court. Furthermore, the purchaser and RIAC agree that should Mediation be necessary, Mediation fees, if any, will be borne equally by the parties. Purchaser and RIAC are required under the terms and conditions of sale to enter into Mediation before arbitration or any court action. Should a party commence legal action other than Mediation without giving written notice to the other party, the party so commencing the legal action will not be entitled to recover attorney’s fees even if they would otherwise be allowed in the action. All mediation, arbitration and court proceedings, whether in state or federal court, shall be filed and conducted solely within Rock Island County, State of Illinois, and not in any other jurisdiction.
Should Mediation not settle the dispute between the parties the purchaser and RIAC agree that any dispute or claim, in law or equity, resulting from the participation in the auction or any resulting transaction shall be settled in neutral binding arbitration utilizing the standards of American Arbitration Association and must be initiated and carried out in Rock Island County, State of Illinois. Any bidder or purchaser agrees that the election of restricting any and all claims to Arbitration is a voluntary decision and is evidenced by the bidder or purchaser’s participation in the auction. The purchaser specifically agrees to the following: I have read the terms and conditions of sale and by my participation in this sale I agree all disputes arising out of my participation will be first submitted to Mediation, and if Mediation is not successful in resolving the dispute I then submit to neutral binding Arbitration with RIAC and any other entity under this contract. No lawsuit shall be filed until a person has in good faith completed all Mediation and Arbitration proceedings as required hereunder.
24. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY. EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY PROVIDED ABOVE, ALL PROPERTY IS SOLD “AS IS”. NEITHER ROCK ISLAND AUCTION COMPANY NOR THE CONSIGNOR MAKES ANY REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AS TO THE TITLE, MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS OR CONDITION OF THE PROPERTY OR AS TO THE CORRECTNESS OF DESCRIPTION, GENUINENESS, ATTRIBUTION, PROVENANCE OR PERIOD OF THE PROPERTY OR AS TO WHETHER THE PURCHASER ACQUIRES ANY COPYRIGHTS OR OTHER INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS IN LOTS SOLD OR AS TO WHETHER A WORK OF ART IS SUBJECT TO THE ARTIST’S MORAL RIGHTS OR OTHER RESIDUAL RIGHTS OF THE ARTIST. ALL FIREARMS AND AMMUNITION ARE SOLD AS COLLECTOR LOTS ONLY. FITNESS TO FIRE OR OTHERWISE DISCHARGE THE ARM OR AMMUNITION IS EXPRESSLY DENIED BY ROCK ISLAND AUCTION COMPANY. A COMPETENT GUNSMITH SHOULD BE CONSULTED BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO USE OR FIRE ANY FIREARM OR AMMUNITION. THE PURCHASER EXPRESSLY ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT IN NO EVENT SHALL ROCK ISLAND AUCTION COMPANY BE LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION ANY COMPENSATORY, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
Only I didnt feel the aggregate, but I felt like a soft dress is being pulled under the pressure of the steam in a small tubercle. Which was wiped and got to The footwear and the interiors were very soft. Such a feeling that I am all lying in cotton wool or in fluff.
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