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Ithaca became famous for building firearms based on expired patents owned by Remington Arms (in 1989, Remington purchased a design from Ithaca, the Mag-10 shotgun, which they produced as the SP-10).
Ithaca also produced the M1911 pistol during World War II and the M3 Grease Gun during Korean War, both for the United States military.
Its 12-gauge shotguns were the standard used by the Los Angeles Police Department and New York Police Department, and even sold to the Royal Thai Army in the early 1980s to arm farmers against communist infiltrators.
Its hunting shotguns were known for their fine decorative work, typically waterfowl or hunting dogs.