Featherlight Model 37

Ithaca Featherlight Model 37

The Ithaca Featherlight Model 37 is a pump-action shotgun chambered for 12 gauge, 16 gauge, 20 gauge and 28 gauge. The Featherlight is basically Ithaca’s standard shotgun or standard M37.

It has Ithaca’s patented Solderless Barrel System where the steel barrel is fastened with lugs instead of being soldered together. Ithaca says this system prevents the metal from warping, which could happen during the soldering process. It is ambidextrous because it ejects spent shells downward instead of to the side. And the receiver was milled from a single piece of steel.

Other features include a beautiful walnut stock with a checkered grip and fore-end, a 4- to 6-pound single-stage trigger, a Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad, Truglo fiber optic sights that are brightly colored and easy to see, and it is available with a vent rib barrel.

The Model 37 is widely used by the Los Angeles Police Department and Sheriff’s Department. Ithaca recommends the Featherlight for hunting upland game.


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