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DB 81 perazzi info needed

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by motordoctor, Oct 5, 2010.

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  1. motordoctor

    motordoctor Shoji Tabuchi in Branson

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    A friend at the club has this gun and wants to sell it. Any help on a price idea. 34 inch top single full choke fixed. 32 inch o/u rechoked by Wilkinson with the invoice for that service so it is real. I believe it is about .018 and .028 chokes. It has the release hooks from allem but is now pull trigger and is a selective trigger Adjustable comb and soft touch. With a nice perazzi case and it is not the p plastic case. Can you guys provide some idea of a price so i can tell him or he might offer it here if the price is right. motordoc
     
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    I'm thinking around $6000/$6250
     
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    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    if it is a special as the trigger suggests, then 6-6200 is on target. if it is an older gun then 5300 to 5500. the soft touch detracts.
     
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    Two experienced members above made two very good assessments.

    With the exception of TS.com, any of these "odd" models will bring a slightly lower prices. DB is one of the "very" special models, named after a famous shooter, higher than most rib (could be a plus for ATA shooters), all set it apart from an ordinary Perazzi. But it'll still bring a much higher value over those "econo" models.
     
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    Allem release triggers with the hooks pulled have about a 8-10lb pull. They are horrible. Here is what Allem told me. Caveat emptor

    Re: Release Triggers
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    John Allem <allemsguncraft@nni.com>
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    To: Deathwish Drang <semperfi909@yahoo.com>
    On Wed, 28 Jul 2010 11:00:53 -0700 (PDT)
    Deathwish Drang <semperfi909@yahoo.com> wrote:
    Charlie,
    You cannot have a good crisp pull with a release trigger.
    Our older style releases required a heavy set that does not
    make a good pull trigger. Our new roller releases are
    lighter and smoother and easier to pull the trigger when
    the release is disconnected. The roller release is $495. pr
    bbl. plus shipping.
    Nancy Allem
    > Hi all,
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    > A few years ago you did a couple Perazzi releases for me
    > - they're still working
    > fine. I notice tho that if I remove the hook, the
    > trigger pull is just way
    > heavy. I presume that you modified the sear so the hook
    > would have enough
    > movement to engage. I have three more triggers that I'm
    > thinking of having
    > converted, but would really like to have them so they are
    > shootable still as
    > pull triggers with the proper pull weight. Is that
    > possible?
    >
    > Thanks for your time on this
    >
    > Charlie
     
  6. motordoctor

    motordoctor Shoji Tabuchi in Branson

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    thanks for the help.
     
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