First post here, I wish I'd known about this forum before today.
I have two questions, on the Ithaca Roadblocker and Ithaca Stakeout:
1. I am looking to add to my collection a MAG-10 Roadblocker. To date, I have seen now three examples of a MAG-10 being sold as a "Roadblocker." However, none of them have had the word "Roadblocker" marked on the gun. The three examples each appeared to have factory short barrels. The length of barrels was around 21.5" on all of the three.
Does anyone know if any of the Roadblocker guns were actually marked as such? Is there another way to identify a MAG-10 as being a Roadlocker vs. being a MAG-10 with a short or shortened barrel? My preference would be to get a gun marked "Roadblocker" but I am beginning to wonder if that exists.
2. I have an Ithaca Stakeout Model 37 (factory pistol grip AOW shotgun). The s/n range is 3720004xxHG. What does the HG denote? And what year was this gun produced?