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Thread: Ithaca 37 and Browning BPS

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    Ithaca 37 and Browning BPS

    Learned something new today. For years I had thought that the Ithaca 37 (and clones) was the only bottom feed/bottom eject shotgun on the market. But I know now that the Browning BPS also shares that feature. Anyone know if the two are mechanically similar?

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    Kinda similar.
    Not parts interchange similar.
    The shell lifter operation is similar, but the trigger group is different. Both use hammers.

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    Remington model 10 also poops where it eats. I love my BPS and they are easily the nicest pump action shotguns currently made.

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