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I have a 1973 Ithaca Model 37 and have never tried to slam fire it,so I do not know if it will slam fire or not.Guess

It's because you actually have a Model 87, not a 37.

Had a little too thick of a glove on and that bastard went off ass soon as cocked it again. I've only done this on target loads. I've got one too and it will not slamfire. A spring then forces the bolt forward again, and in the process a fresh round is stripped out of the magazine.

[ARCHIVED THREAD] - My Ithaca Model 37 won’t slam fire... why. Mine is a 12g. Are you slamming the fore end fast enough? Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 3 guests. Scared the hell out of me, but then I realized it was a cool feature. Any use of this content without express written consent is prohibited. Ithaca M-87 Featherlight Deerslayer 20 ga. An oddity of the firearm that has some combat value is the lack of a disconnector. On the slide release there is a "hook" that engages the projection on the hammer.

Subscribe to our monthly Newsletter to receive firearm news, product discounts from your favorite Industry Partners, and more. In the action of a typical semi-automatic firearm, the energy of a fired round forces the bolt and bolt carrier rearward, ejecting the empty case. Originally post by 2theLeft: If done right, there is no taste, because it goes right down the throat.. Had one of the older Ithacas that would slam fire.

From hunters and military members, to competition shooters and general firearm enthusiasts, we welcome anyone who values and respects the way of the firearm. In the case of the Ithaca Model 37 shotgun, if you hold the trigger down while you continue to rack the weapon, it will fire without you having to let go of the trigger.

The second sear (if present) is part of the slide release and it release's he hammer if the trigger is held back. In semi- or fully automatic firearms this can potentially cause the firearm to fire continuously until the magazine has been emptied. [Last Edit: 6/1/2010 6:30:00 AM EST by HBruns]. Do think it could cause any damage to the gun though if I do that fast enough? Around the mid 70s Ithaca started to put in disconectors.

Copyright © 1996-2020 AR15.COM LLC. When the face of the bolt hits the head of the chamber, unless there is a spring around the pin to retard its movement, inertia causes the firing pin to continue forward until it is stopped on the primer of the round. Accuracy was minute of hillside. It's more than likely that your Ithaca is a post mid 70s Ithaca. If you scroll down below the video, I will place a description of the shotgun showcased. Richard Anthony @ Great American Outdoors, An INCREDIBLE Catch…A Massive 8 Foot Long 250 Pound Wels Catfish Caught On The River Rhone, Here Are 14 Of The Ocean’s Deadliest Creatures. When the action go's into lockup the slide release moves to lock the slide holding the acton closed. Thanks berettaracer!

The cutoff date on that is around 1975. It was inexpensive and pretty much exactly what I want. i have read that models after 1977 can not be slam fired. Slamfiring is a mechanical malfunction, so unless your gun is broken or severely worn it shouldn't slamfire.

You're not missing anything. The Ithaca 37 is a pump-action shotgun made in large numbers for the civilian, military, and police markets.

Sometimes this inertial force is sufficient to set off the primer, thereby firing the round without the operator pulling the trigger.

This means that if you hold the trigger down while cycling the action, the weapon will fire as soon as the slide reaches the full forward limit of travel, without need for releasing and pulling the trigger for each shot. My older Ithaca is capable of slamfiring. Thanks! While the slam-fire is cool it is hard on the gun. Don't miss a thing. I first found this out rabbit hunting when I was a kid. The second sear does not come into play till the trigger is held back and the action closed. What year or serial # range did the mod 37 stop being able to slam fire? It is one of only 12,433 Ithaca shotguns sold for WW2.... (read more) Gun #: … When it happens you can see how some of the old quail hunters around here used to think that pumps were faster than semi autos.

It was inexpensive and pretty much exactly what I want. For those of you who aren’t familiar with the term ‘slamfire’, let me enlighten you before you watch the video.

(hold the trigger down, keep pumping the action and it will fire multiple times) I've only done this a couple times just for fun. AR15.COM is the world’s largest firearm community and is a gathering place for firearm enthusiasts of all types. My Ithacas will slam fire as well.

A ‘slamfire’ is a premature, usually unintended discharge of a firearm that occurs as a cartridge is being loaded into the chamber. AR15.Com reserves the right to overwrite or replace any affiliate, commercial, or monetizable links, posted by users, with our own. It's a "newer" "old" 37 with a SN of MAG – 870042xxx and it did come without the two carrier screw locking screws.

From the information that I have read, all of the gun companies started putting disconnecters on the trigger groups of pumps in 1975 by request of the ATF.

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The "slamfiring" is done with a second sear in the trigger group.

Very interesting stuff Jaguar, you seem to know these guns very well. Ithaca Model 37 that was manufactured in late 1941 and was sold to the US Government for their preparations for World War 2. Slamfires are most common in military firearms that have a free-floating firing pin, as opposed to a spring-loaded one. The second sear is the small projection on the right side of the hammer.

In the case of the Ithaca Model 37 shotgun, if you hold the trigger down while you continue to rack the weapon, it will fire without you having to let go of the trigger.

Safety was a concern to say the least. That's nice, I won't feel bad about slamfiring it anymore!

Do not know if it would hunt the shotgun or not.My guess would be most likely no, unless it were done alot.

Got this ole Ithaca Model 37 DS Police Special off Gunbroker a few months ago. But not to abuse it in anyway either. I do know the 1975 will slam fire not sure about the 1977 yr or model. Got this ole Ithaca Model 37 DS Police Special off Gunbroker a few months ago. All Rights Reserved. I have one made in 1975 that is a 20ga and another made in 1977 coming in 12 ga. and it did come without the two carrier screw locking screws.

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I have a 1973 Ithaca Model 37 and have never tried to slam fire it,so I do not know if it will slam fire or not.Guess

It's because you actually have a Model 87, not a 37.

Had a little too thick of a glove on and that bastard went off ass soon as cocked it again. I've only done this on target loads. I've got one too and it will not slamfire. A spring then forces the bolt forward again, and in the process a fresh round is stripped out of the magazine.

[ARCHIVED THREAD] - My Ithaca Model 37 won’t slam fire... why. Mine is a 12g. Are you slamming the fore end fast enough? Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 3 guests. Scared the hell out of me, but then I realized it was a cool feature. Any use of this content without express written consent is prohibited. Ithaca M-87 Featherlight Deerslayer 20 ga. An oddity of the firearm that has some combat value is the lack of a disconnector. On the slide release there is a "hook" that engages the projection on the hammer.

Subscribe to our monthly Newsletter to receive firearm news, product discounts from your favorite Industry Partners, and more. In the action of a typical semi-automatic firearm, the energy of a fired round forces the bolt and bolt carrier rearward, ejecting the empty case. Originally post by 2theLeft: If done right, there is no taste, because it goes right down the throat.. Had one of the older Ithacas that would slam fire.

From hunters and military members, to competition shooters and general firearm enthusiasts, we welcome anyone who values and respects the way of the firearm. In the case of the Ithaca Model 37 shotgun, if you hold the trigger down while you continue to rack the weapon, it will fire without you having to let go of the trigger.

The second sear (if present) is part of the slide release and it release's he hammer if the trigger is held back. In semi- or fully automatic firearms this can potentially cause the firearm to fire continuously until the magazine has been emptied. [Last Edit: 6/1/2010 6:30:00 AM EST by HBruns]. Do think it could cause any damage to the gun though if I do that fast enough? Around the mid 70s Ithaca started to put in disconectors.

Copyright © 1996-2020 AR15.COM LLC. When the face of the bolt hits the head of the chamber, unless there is a spring around the pin to retard its movement, inertia causes the firing pin to continue forward until it is stopped on the primer of the round. Accuracy was minute of hillside. It's more than likely that your Ithaca is a post mid 70s Ithaca. If you scroll down below the video, I will place a description of the shotgun showcased. Richard Anthony @ Great American Outdoors, An INCREDIBLE Catch…A Massive 8 Foot Long 250 Pound Wels Catfish Caught On The River Rhone, Here Are 14 Of The Ocean’s Deadliest Creatures. When the action go's into lockup the slide release moves to lock the slide holding the acton closed. Thanks berettaracer!

The cutoff date on that is around 1975. It was inexpensive and pretty much exactly what I want. i have read that models after 1977 can not be slam fired. Slamfiring is a mechanical malfunction, so unless your gun is broken or severely worn it shouldn't slamfire.

You're not missing anything. The Ithaca 37 is a pump-action shotgun made in large numbers for the civilian, military, and police markets.

Sometimes this inertial force is sufficient to set off the primer, thereby firing the round without the operator pulling the trigger.

This means that if you hold the trigger down while cycling the action, the weapon will fire as soon as the slide reaches the full forward limit of travel, without need for releasing and pulling the trigger for each shot. My older Ithaca is capable of slamfiring. Thanks! While the slam-fire is cool it is hard on the gun. Don't miss a thing. I first found this out rabbit hunting when I was a kid. The second sear does not come into play till the trigger is held back and the action closed. What year or serial # range did the mod 37 stop being able to slam fire? It is one of only 12,433 Ithaca shotguns sold for WW2.... (read more) Gun #: … When it happens you can see how some of the old quail hunters around here used to think that pumps were faster than semi autos.

It was inexpensive and pretty much exactly what I want. For those of you who aren’t familiar with the term ‘slamfire’, let me enlighten you before you watch the video.

(hold the trigger down, keep pumping the action and it will fire multiple times) I've only done this a couple times just for fun. AR15.COM is the world’s largest firearm community and is a gathering place for firearm enthusiasts of all types. My Ithacas will slam fire as well.

A ‘slamfire’ is a premature, usually unintended discharge of a firearm that occurs as a cartridge is being loaded into the chamber. AR15.Com reserves the right to overwrite or replace any affiliate, commercial, or monetizable links, posted by users, with our own. It's a "newer" "old" 37 with a SN of MAG – 870042xxx and it did come without the two carrier screw locking screws.

From the information that I have read, all of the gun companies started putting disconnecters on the trigger groups of pumps in 1975 by request of the ATF.

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The "slamfiring" is done with a second sear in the trigger group.

Very interesting stuff Jaguar, you seem to know these guns very well. Ithaca Model 37 that was manufactured in late 1941 and was sold to the US Government for their preparations for World War 2. Slamfires are most common in military firearms that have a free-floating firing pin, as opposed to a spring-loaded one. The second sear is the small projection on the right side of the hammer.

In the case of the Ithaca Model 37 shotgun, if you hold the trigger down while you continue to rack the weapon, it will fire without you having to let go of the trigger.

Safety was a concern to say the least. That's nice, I won't feel bad about slamfiring it anymore!

Do not know if it would hunt the shotgun or not.My guess would be most likely no, unless it were done alot.

Got this ole Ithaca Model 37 DS Police Special off Gunbroker a few months ago. But not to abuse it in anyway either. I do know the 1975 will slam fire not sure about the 1977 yr or model. Got this ole Ithaca Model 37 DS Police Special off Gunbroker a few months ago. All Rights Reserved. I have one made in 1975 that is a 20ga and another made in 1977 coming in 12 ga. and it did come without the two carrier screw locking screws.

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I have a 1973 Ithaca Model 37 and have never tried to slam fire it,so I do not know if it will slam fire or not.Guess

It's because you actually have a Model 87, not a 37.

Had a little too thick of a glove on and that bastard went off ass soon as cocked it again. I've only done this on target loads. I've got one too and it will not slamfire. A spring then forces the bolt forward again, and in the process a fresh round is stripped out of the magazine.

[ARCHIVED THREAD] - My Ithaca Model 37 won’t slam fire... why. Mine is a 12g. Are you slamming the fore end fast enough? Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 3 guests. Scared the hell out of me, but then I realized it was a cool feature. Any use of this content without express written consent is prohibited. Ithaca M-87 Featherlight Deerslayer 20 ga. An oddity of the firearm that has some combat value is the lack of a disconnector. On the slide release there is a "hook" that engages the projection on the hammer.

Subscribe to our monthly Newsletter to receive firearm news, product discounts from your favorite Industry Partners, and more. In the action of a typical semi-automatic firearm, the energy of a fired round forces the bolt and bolt carrier rearward, ejecting the empty case. Originally post by 2theLeft: If done right, there is no taste, because it goes right down the throat.. Had one of the older Ithacas that would slam fire.

From hunters and military members, to competition shooters and general firearm enthusiasts, we welcome anyone who values and respects the way of the firearm. In the case of the Ithaca Model 37 shotgun, if you hold the trigger down while you continue to rack the weapon, it will fire without you having to let go of the trigger.

The second sear (if present) is part of the slide release and it release's he hammer if the trigger is held back. In semi- or fully automatic firearms this can potentially cause the firearm to fire continuously until the magazine has been emptied. [Last Edit: 6/1/2010 6:30:00 AM EST by HBruns]. Do think it could cause any damage to the gun though if I do that fast enough? Around the mid 70s Ithaca started to put in disconectors.

Copyright © 1996-2020 AR15.COM LLC. When the face of the bolt hits the head of the chamber, unless there is a spring around the pin to retard its movement, inertia causes the firing pin to continue forward until it is stopped on the primer of the round. Accuracy was minute of hillside. It's more than likely that your Ithaca is a post mid 70s Ithaca. If you scroll down below the video, I will place a description of the shotgun showcased. Richard Anthony @ Great American Outdoors, An INCREDIBLE Catch…A Massive 8 Foot Long 250 Pound Wels Catfish Caught On The River Rhone, Here Are 14 Of The Ocean’s Deadliest Creatures. When the action go's into lockup the slide release moves to lock the slide holding the acton closed. Thanks berettaracer!

The cutoff date on that is around 1975. It was inexpensive and pretty much exactly what I want. i have read that models after 1977 can not be slam fired. Slamfiring is a mechanical malfunction, so unless your gun is broken or severely worn it shouldn't slamfire.

You're not missing anything. The Ithaca 37 is a pump-action shotgun made in large numbers for the civilian, military, and police markets.

Sometimes this inertial force is sufficient to set off the primer, thereby firing the round without the operator pulling the trigger.

This means that if you hold the trigger down while cycling the action, the weapon will fire as soon as the slide reaches the full forward limit of travel, without need for releasing and pulling the trigger for each shot. My older Ithaca is capable of slamfiring. Thanks! While the slam-fire is cool it is hard on the gun. Don't miss a thing. I first found this out rabbit hunting when I was a kid. The second sear does not come into play till the trigger is held back and the action closed. What year or serial # range did the mod 37 stop being able to slam fire? It is one of only 12,433 Ithaca shotguns sold for WW2.... (read more) Gun #: … When it happens you can see how some of the old quail hunters around here used to think that pumps were faster than semi autos.

It was inexpensive and pretty much exactly what I want. For those of you who aren’t familiar with the term ‘slamfire’, let me enlighten you before you watch the video.

(hold the trigger down, keep pumping the action and it will fire multiple times) I've only done this a couple times just for fun. AR15.COM is the world’s largest firearm community and is a gathering place for firearm enthusiasts of all types. My Ithacas will slam fire as well.

A ‘slamfire’ is a premature, usually unintended discharge of a firearm that occurs as a cartridge is being loaded into the chamber. AR15.Com reserves the right to overwrite or replace any affiliate, commercial, or monetizable links, posted by users, with our own. It's a "newer" "old" 37 with a SN of MAG – 870042xxx and it did come without the two carrier screw locking screws.

From the information that I have read, all of the gun companies started putting disconnecters on the trigger groups of pumps in 1975 by request of the ATF.

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The "slamfiring" is done with a second sear in the trigger group.

Very interesting stuff Jaguar, you seem to know these guns very well. Ithaca Model 37 that was manufactured in late 1941 and was sold to the US Government for their preparations for World War 2. Slamfires are most common in military firearms that have a free-floating firing pin, as opposed to a spring-loaded one. The second sear is the small projection on the right side of the hammer.

In the case of the Ithaca Model 37 shotgun, if you hold the trigger down while you continue to rack the weapon, it will fire without you having to let go of the trigger.

Safety was a concern to say the least. That's nice, I won't feel bad about slamfiring it anymore!

Do not know if it would hunt the shotgun or not.My guess would be most likely no, unless it were done alot.

Got this ole Ithaca Model 37 DS Police Special off Gunbroker a few months ago. But not to abuse it in anyway either. I do know the 1975 will slam fire not sure about the 1977 yr or model. Got this ole Ithaca Model 37 DS Police Special off Gunbroker a few months ago. All Rights Reserved. I have one made in 1975 that is a 20ga and another made in 1977 coming in 12 ga. and it did come without the two carrier screw locking screws.

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