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Cost of used Perazzi selectable trigger group?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by DinoB, Feb 25, 2013.

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  1. DinoB

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    Just looking for opinions on what a nice,used, externally selectable Perazzi trigger is going for these days? Thank you in advance for your help.
     
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    $1200-$1400
     
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    Bullard has it right. A $2000 new trigger typically depreciates 33% after moving into the after market. Just like a whole gun
     
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    Thank you. I have an MX 15 that I am looking to add a top single barrel to. The non selectable trigger has approx. 1000 rounds on it. What is it worth?, and is anyone willing to do a partial trade?
     
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    Be more definitive please Aand remember, only the folks that have an EXT count. the rest do not
     
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    keep your trigger. Buy a top first. I have two near brand new fvor $700 ea. Both gold blade triggers

    Add $20 to ship
     
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    Just looking for opinions on what a nice,used, externally selectable Perazzi trigger is going for these days? Thank you in advance for your help.
     
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    Bullard has it right. A $2000 new trigger typically depreciates 33% after moving into the after market. Just like a whole gun
     
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    Thank you. I have an MX 15 that I am looking to add a top single barrel to. The non selectable trigger has approx. 1000 rounds on it. What is it worth?, and is anyone willing to do a partial trade?
     
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    Be more definitive please Aand remember, only the folks that have an EXT count. the rest do not
     
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    keep your trigger. Buy a top first. I have two near brand new fvor $700 ea. Both gold blade triggers

    Add $20 to ship
     
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    keep your trigger. Buy a top first. I have two near brand new fvor $700 ea. Both gold blade triggers

    Add $20 to ship
     
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    Factory external selectable trigger groups are going for $1200 and above if you find a nice one. Buying an extra top first trigger is a sensible solution, so your MX-15 will not be inflated with the trigger price when you want to sell it.
     
  17. JACK

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    Dino also wants a trigger he can switch over to use on his new set of O/Us too. But still, his answer is to buy an extra trigger, top first.


    Dino. Your current bottom first is worht about 700. And the real problem yo have is actually finding a EXT in good used condiotn. A lot out on the ranges and safes, but no one wants to sell theirs to you. (or me either)
     
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    you don't need the externally selective trigger. They are usefull for sporting when you want to switch bbls. for different stands, but in your case, you are going to use either top or bottom first, but not both. Have your current trigger fitted with the internally selectible "tree". A lot of the gunsmiths on this site can do this for you. Much cheaper than another trigger!
     
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    Just take the cocking shoe off for the bottom barrel when you want to shoot top barrel first.
     
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