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The legendary Ithaca shotguns are back, and are being manufactured in Ohio. The Marshalls own a molding and tool company in Ohio called Moldcraft. Moldcraft currently makes plastic molds and once did work for the Chrysler Tank Plant. Since they were first produced in , Ithaca guns have been known for their quality and reliability. Their most famous model, the Model 37 repeater was first produced in It was later sold to a group of investors that quickly faced bankruptcy due to an environmental clean up project at the old facilities in Ithaca. The deal fell through and Ithaca Guns closed its doors on Memorial Day. While purchasing an Ithaca shotgun at a gun store, Craig Marshall heard about the closing of Ithaca Guns.
The Ithaca 37 is a pump-action shotgun made in large numbers for the civilian, military, and police markets. Since shotshells load and eject from the bottom, operation of the gun is equally convenient for both right and left hand shooters. This makes the gun popular with left-handed shooters. The Ithaca 37 is based on a patent by firearms designer John Browning , initially marketed as the Remington Model