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Ithaca Mag 10 Semi Auto Hammer

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8 thoughts on “Ithaca Mag 10 Semi Auto Hammer

  1. I can imagine how heavy the Mag 10 would be with a long mag tube full of 10-gauge ammo. Better eat yer Wheaties, boy! 😝

  2. You guys should do a video on the 16 gauge, I’ve noticed it doesn’t really get talked about much. It was my grandfathers favorite, the gentleman’s gauge.

  3. I have a Browning special steel 10 pump 30 inch barrel . I killed a crow once out at around 75 yard range with turkey loads

  4. Don’t shoot much steel through that full choke, those old full choke barrels were built back when lead was legal for waterfowl. Steel shot being forced through a full choke will cause a bulge in that barrel over time. Try and track down some old lead, or use the softer non toxic shot like bismuth or tungsten

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