I am new to this board. I found an Ithaca skb model 100 20 gauge side by side for $875 dollars. It is NRA certified to be in excellent condition. Would this be a good gun for pheasant, quail,doves.I appreciate any help 8)
That gun has a beavertail forearm with pistol grip does it not? Without having a price guide in front of me, the price sounds right, and if it is indeed a tight gun and fits you well, it should be a nice all around gun for the birds you mentioned. Enjoy!
I agree it is a good gun, and would be great for upland hunting. Just not for $875. Tops would be $650. I would only pay as high as $600 for a 98% or better. Look around Gunbroker, type in Ithaca and you will see most in the $400-$600 range. Personally I would look for a model 200E for a upland gun.
The Model 100 was the cheapest model. It had extractors not ejectors as mentioned. It did not have the beaver forearm but a splinter type. I purchase the model 100 new in the early 70's for $179. Lost it to my ex in a divorce settlement.
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