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So my old ithaca model 37 featherlight pump 12 guages "yoke" screw stripped, after removing the damaged screw i got on their website and ordered a replacement. In the "order comments" section i simply put my shotguns serial number. After 1 day they emailed saying the screw i ordered would not fit my shotgun because the guns s/n matches manufacture date 1952, they are instead sending the correct replacement screw.

I WAS JUST IMPRESSED THEY ACTUALLY LOOKED UP MY SERIAL NUMBER TO MATCH THE CORRECT PART, ithaca has changed hands several times yet they still remember their roots and carry parts for them.

Ithaca Gun Company i give you an A+ thanks for the... screw....
 

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Wow, excellent experience. My M37 is 20 years younger than yours, so I guess I have a couple more decades before any issues. :) These things are really great shotguns.
 

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yeah the model 37 is an amazing shotgun that doesn't get enough credit.
mine was handed down from my grandfather so its priceless to
me, not sure of the round count on it but its been used and yet it functions perfect and is amazingly smooth in operation(dare i say better with age and use)
the screw stripping was my own stupid fault, although i will say the flathead screws are soft so make sure your flathead tip is a good fit to the screw slot if disassembling.
 
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