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ithaca welch springs are not 82. its about 15/8 inches long, they are available at: multiple companies, but when I got mine they were known as "Tall Welch Springs." they worked well but have a crack in the base when you first pull back on the bolt to cock it to break the seal of the grooves when it comes forward to the left to cock the hammer. have a.44-40 Ithaca. there are many deals out there at walmart right now. i got mine for $25.00 (all the skinny on actual size) the dark ones were $20.00 I think it was brand new as once or twice it had me crazy :o) i'm not a fan of the said maintenance info on Ithaca Company website. if they just put a few decent words about the maintenance of the gun only, and let you decide for yourself, this may change. a lot of it is down to your hunter education and personal experiences with the gun. but i have had them for years and miss them when I'm not shooting them. my 88 was rebuilt when I was in high school good pistol. the old well cleaning kits could be thrown (JUNK) in the barrel. when I saw my well cleaning kit on the 5th go around, i said to myself, "damn i'm going to have a good time with this one. lol!!!"
I've read where the Model 49 has a marking above the trigger guard-on the very early models it indicates the year of manufacture. The marking is about 5/8 inches above the trigger guard. I don't think it's there on the later models unless the assembly date is on the receiver and stamped into the face of the receiver.
it was not a standard one for the gun-it's the only one I have ever seen with a 45-degree backlocking stop like the standard Model 99s. I have one in.45-80 and one in.45-90 with that backlock and have had them professionally rebuilt. d2c66b5586