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Ithaca Mag-10
Ithaca Mag-10 Shotgun
Type Shotgun
Place of origin Flag of the United States.svg USA
Production history
Manufacturer Ithaca Gun Company
Produced 1975–1989
Weight 11¼ pounds
Length 53½"
Barrel length 32"

Cartridge 10-Gauge (3½")
Action Gas-operated, Semi-automatic
Feed system 2-shot magazine tube
Sights Brass bead

The Ithaca Mag-10 is a gas-operated, semi-automatic shotgun chambered in 10-gauge (3½"). It was produced until 1989, at which point Remington Arms bought the design and used it as the basis for the Remington Model SP-10.

A variant featuring a shorter, 21" barrel was created called the Roadblocker. The model was marketed to the law enforcement market, but met with little commercial success.


  • Wood, J.B. (2002). The Gun Digest Book of Firearms Assembly/Disassembly, Part V: Shotguns (Second Addition). Krause Publications. pp. 168–169. ISBN 0-87349-400-8. 
  • Shideler, Dan (2010). 2010 Standard Catalog of Firearms: The Collector's Price and Reference Guide. Gun Digest Books. pp. 599. ISBN 0-89689-825-3. 
  • Long, Duncan (2004). Streetsweepers: The Complete Book of Combat Shotguns. Paladin Press. p. 140. ISBN 1-58160-436-X. 

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