Gun Report

Ithaca M-37 Waterfowler 12-Gauge 3-in.

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Despite its MSRP and the forearm we didn't like, the Ithaca M-37Waterfowler patterned well and had a good trigger. Also, it pointed well and showed no functioning problems. We would buy it to shoot ducks and geese this fall.

Ithaca M-37 Waterfowler 12-Gauge 3-in.

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Home Defense
Hunting
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The Ithaca M-37 came dressed in Realtree X-tra Brown camo. We didn't like the corncob-style forearm used to operate the action, but it was reliable, as we would expect a pump shotgun to be.

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