MKS Supply Offers D-Day Commemorative Combat Shotgun

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posted on June 27, 2019
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MKS Supply, the exclusive marketer for Inland Manufacturing, is offering a special limited edition run of 100 of Ithaca Model 37 combat shotguns to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings. 

Each shotgun comes with a certificate of authenticity with the shotgun's serial number imprinted on the certificate. A D-Day commemorative cartouche is imprinted on the right side of the stock. Additionally, the company has authorized a special MSRP for the select 100 guns of $1,049.

Manufactured by Ithaca in a joint and exclusive effort with Inland Manufacturing, this Ithaca Model 37 "trench gun" is faithful to the original, from its bead sight, Parkerized finish, oiled wood stock, ventilated hand guard, to its robust lug for the long 1917 bayonet (not included).

The receiver is CNC-machined from a solid block of steel and features the same military markings as the original. Also like the original, it loads and ejects through the bottom of the receiver.

Specifications:
Caliber: 12 gauge (2 3/4" and 3")
Weight: 6.7 lbs.
Barrel: 20
Finish: Parkerized
Overall length: 38.5“
Stock: American Walnut (oil finished) with special D-Day Anniversary cartouche
Capacity: 4+1 rounds (4 in magazine, one in chamber)
Sight: Brass bead front
100 percent all-American made
MSRP: $1,049 special D-Day commemorative price


Additional Reading:
A Look Back at the Ithaca Model 37 Shotgun  
The Ithaca Model 37 in U.S. Military Service  

Tested: Inland Manufacturing M37 Trench Gun  
Combat Shotguns of the Vietnam War

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