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When I kick off, it's going to a VERY deserving member here who's name will not be mentioned. But he's got a while to go, because I'm "only" in my mid 40's. :D
I'm a very deserving member.
Deserving of a kick in the a--! :D

But If I somehow got hold of that Ithaca. I would keep it in the safe next to its brother. And some other old buddies.;)
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1974 Combat Commander .45 Back then, it was $124.95 postpaid from Bill's House of Guns in Michigan. Has a Bar-Sto collet barrel, Pearce finger groove adapter and Remington stocks and extended mag release. In 1978, I violated the CC laws of 37 states with it, including NY, NJ, MA and others. In Texas, I would have been awarded the tourist of the month for carrying it.




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