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Discussion in 'Military Surplus' started by coolhandluke, Sep 5, 2018.
No way could I wait that long. I envy the people who can.
Its not that hard. Its not like they have your money the whole time. Waiting for a Suppressor is shorter and that is something they do have your money!
Pistol arrived yesterday. It's a 1944 production Ithaca that was delivered to the Norfolk Naval Supply Depot on September 21, 1944. No rebuild markings, but it looks like it has been reparked as the ordnance wheel stamp has been finished over. Pistol came with a TZ replacement barrel and post-war grips. I've replaced the barrel with a High Standard barrel and installed a set of WWII production Keyes grips. All parts look to be correct for a '44 production Ithaca now with the exception of the milled trigger. Very happy to have received a matching frame and slide with an older finish...definitely worth the wait. As soon as replacement springs are installed, I'll give her some range time.
Very nice! Good score, IMHO. Do I detect some plum coloring in the areas around the hammer?
It's just lighting and color reflection. The pistol has medium gray parkerizing with olive colored tones in person.
I might have a correct trigger for it somewhere
I actually had a spare stamped trigger with matching finish and traded it for a slide stop a couple weeks back...figures.