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1963 PERAZZI H.H.

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by decimamas 54, Jan 20, 2012.

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  1. decimamas 54

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    How much do you think this Perazzi is worth?
    1963 Perazzi H.H. OU
    barrel 71 cm -
     
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    This gun is the same type that Mr MAttarelli used in 1964 to win the gold medal at Tokio Olimpic Games
     
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    looks a lot like a Krieghoff.
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    Are you selling it? It's very nice but the forend hurts it a bit. If you were to compair it to an ulm or Merkle of the same grade $12,000 and up being one of only a handfull is nice but I think there are relatively few collectors of this type of gun mostly shooters.

    I do like it what are the bores and choke?
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    Is it a Phoniex steel barrel
     
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    Does it actually say "Perazzi" on that? What do the proofs look like? Are they Italian proofs?

    Looks way Teutonic to me but then I'm nobody. And the Italians can build guns that look like anyones'.
     
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    BORREL:BOEHLER LAUFSTAHL=42CrMo4
     
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    Barrel: Boehler Laufstahl=42CrMo4
     
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    Pretty sparse info. How about pix of all the stampings - proofs, chokes. weights, manufacturer, model. You know, all the regular stuff.
     
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    The gun is an original Perazzi H&H and it was engraved by Pongenisi and Ferrari, the chokes are X-XX, bore 18.4-18.4, total weight 3560 gr. It as built in 1963 and it is in excellent condition.
    I'm not trying to sell this gun but I want to buy it and I thought that some of you know a little bit more about it and the right price to pay for it.
     
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    The serial number should tell the story. Perazzi did not begin manufacturing guns until 1965 with s/n 5308. Anything prior to that was in collaboration with Fabbri, starting in 1960 with sidelock O/U (SHO) and S x S (DHO) with s/n 5001. Perazzi did not keep specific records of its guns in the early 60's.

    This may be a SHO Type I which was a Holland and Holland type sidelock O/U built from 1965-1983. They had non rebounding hammers, English scroll case hardened receiver. There was also an elaborate SHO/O (Extra Lusso) version. Last known basic replacement value of this type shotgun, (SHO Extra Lusso)all original wood and metal and in 98% condition was $35,000.
     
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    MX2K33, this is not an SHO type 1. Donald.
     
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    Carl Leppard I think. I know i mispelled the name but it's close.
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    Rad 53 is correct heres a Primo and a Lusso Grade and a DHO
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    I have never seen a Perazzi anywhere that looked remotely like that gun. What Fabbri shows above is what Perazzis look like - then and now.
    It also looks nothing like Mattarelli's early gun either which was an SC.

    Based on the info given so far I'd say you should just look up a price on an SKB and go for it. At least you'd be able to get your money out of it.

    Reminds me a lot of a Ferrari bicycle I saw that the owner thought .... well, you know.

    JMO of course

    or - is this a joke?
     
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