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Difference in Perazzi's

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by ks-trap-shooter, Mar 23, 2008.

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  1. ks-trap-shooter

    ks-trap-shooter TS Member

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    I was wondering if someone could tell me the difference in a MX15 and a MX2000. I am having a hard time figuring out perazzi's and what all teh numbers mean.
    Thank You Very Much
     
  2. deking00

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    Both are based on the MX8 Frame. The MX15 has more adjustments on the rib and different engraving on the receiver.
     
  3. ks-trap-shooter

    ks-trap-shooter TS Member

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    So will must of the parts (barrels) for the MX8, MX2000, and MX 15 interchange?
     
  4. Scoutman 06

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    Guys at the club I belong to had one of each. Both were unsingles but the MX-15 had a smooth sided receiver like the old MX-3 Specials & the MX-2000 had the scallops like an MX-8. The lock-up system & trigger groups looked identical. John
     
  5. deking00

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    Yes parts will interchange but the barrels might need fitting.
     
  6. ramorton

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    The MX2000 is a 5 notch gun with a scalloped receiver. The MX15 is a 6 notch gun with a smooth sided receiver. Locking lugs are the same. The MX2000 is designed to shoot 90/10. The MX15 is designed to shoot 100%. This is with the rib all the way down in the front and all the way up in the back with the comb adjusted accordingly. Most MX2000's come with a straight cast stock as do the MX15's. However, you can get them with right or left hand stocks. Depends on the dealer. I have owned them and both are great guns. The 2000RS is a 4 notch gun as is the MX10RS and the MX10 top single and the 2000 top single. You can view the guns on Perazzi.com. Hope this helps, Roy
     
  7. deking00

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    My mistake on the MX8 frame but the parts will still interchange.
     
  8. deking00

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    Web site above also has some of the other models on it.
     
  9. miketmx

    miketmx Well-Known Member

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    The MX15 comes as an Unsingle only not available as a combo. You can put O/U barrel sets on an MX15 but you might have a problem getting the rib height to match the Unsingle without changing the comb every time.
     
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