The Field Grade Ithaca NID is one of the classic American doubles. It was introduced in 1925 (replacing the Flues model) and remained the mainstay of the line until the Ithaca Gun Company discontinued all double gun production in 1948. The NID is an improved Ithaca boxlock action that features a rotary bolt locking system and a strengthened frame. NID Field Grade guns typically came with fluid steel barrels suitable for modern shells but not steel shot, color case-hardened receivers with a roll-stamped game scene, double triggers, plain extractors, a solid rib, and a checkered walnut pistol grip stock. This shotgun features a front bead sight, a tang-mounted safety, and fixed modified and cylinder chokes. Its wood, metal, and bore are all in good condition.