IAC uses shipping cartons that are, sadly, mislabeled. They must have bought thousands of those 93/97 boxes and are still shipping guns in them that are true 97 clones, not the 93/97 hybrid that a vendor had made up in the 2005-6 timeframe. Your seiral number indicates a gun made in 2006. If the rear of the ejection port does NOT have a deep cut reaching from the left edge of the cut to the left edge of the receiver itself, in the shape of a semicircle, then it is not a 93 clone.
Most of these guns are copies of the '97, so the ejection port is cut straight on the left side of the port, not deeply scalloped.
You have a pretty good copy. It probably has the buttons on the side of the frame, to allow you to empty the mag tube by pressing the buttons. Some of the '09 production (serial # starts with 09) have been made in the very early '97 style, where the buttons are left off, just screws show out the side of the frame at the back of the shell stops. Those "historically correct" (as they are marketed) 97's have to be unloaded by working shells from the tube through the action.
Anyway, your gun shouild be completely legal and a good find. Hopefully, it has the American walnut wood, not the red-painted white Chinese wood, which does not hold up real well.
Good luck, good shooting, GJ