I have an Ithaca Model 37 Shotgun that I'd like to sell. Its the 12 ga. Defender model with the extended tube. It has a parkerized finish and a bead front sight. Comes with a Choate pistol grip stock set. This is the stock that was on it when I got it, and I don't have the original wood set. I contacted Ithaca and they new stock sets were available. As it is the Defender model, there is not a game scene on the receiver. This is the older "slam-fire" model. This means that if the trigger is held back after the first shot, pumping the action will feed a new round and trip the hammer. The new models of Ithaca 37's do not have this feature. There is a little bit of discoloration and wear, but no more than should be on a gun made in the early 70's. I am asking $400 o.b.o.