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F/S Bowen Double Release Trigger- Perazzi

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by superxlou, Dec 14, 2012.

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    Up for sale is a Newly Reblued Bowen Double Release Trigger for a Perazzi.
    $995 plus shipping and insurance.


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    selectable or non? Scott
     
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    Non Selective!
     
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    Non Selectable. Bottom First.
     
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    Scott. Take a look at the second picture and notice the small triangular shape metal piece just in front of the inertia block. Then look at the next picture and see that it too has the triangular pice, but is larger. Whichever side the larger triangular piece is on tells you which side shoots first.
     
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    Gotcha MIA, thanks for contributing to my learning curve. :) Scott
     
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