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F/S, MX-8 w/ 32 O/U refinished - Sold

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Steve W, Sep 17, 2011.

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  1. Steve W

    Steve W Well-Known Member

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    Sold.

    Perazzi type III MX-8, 32" step rib, ported with flush + extended Briley chokes, 1.60 kg. Parallel MC stock. All numbers match except the upgraded newer trigger group with current style hammer.

    Completely refinished on all metal parts. This MX-8 was bought from and went over by a well known TS gunsmith before the refinishing job of his recommendation.

    It's not a safe Queen for sure, but this is the least expensive MX-8 with 32" O/U you may find, @$3295 from Los Angeles, please PM me if interested, thank you.

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    Steve,

    Looks like the trigger shoe has been set back. Is it adjustable front to back? Can you post pics of upgraded wood and length of pull for both? Is the rib tapered?

    thanks, milt
     
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    The trigger is short LOP trigger. Not adj. I have P4 & selectable triggers can offer, but some worth 1/3 of this gun, that won't make sense to put it on. I really don't want to turn this into a $4500 gun.
     
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    Is that Doug Braker's nickle and teflon finish? Thanks, Marc
     
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    Hi Steve,

    Is the stock neutral that will work for a lefty? I am interested...Bernie
     
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    Hi Bernie, it's neutral, no off set comb, no palm swell either. Thank you.
     
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    The angle of the firing pin channel make them look like they are out of round, but they are not.


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    The bottom firing pin came from the right side of the receiver, top came from left. JFYR,
     
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    Would offer you 800 for it.
     
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    Anchor...,

    I hope your offer is a joke...

    Bernie
     
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    Hey Anchorsteam,
    Are you a friend of Steve W and kidding around? If not that is an insulting offer.
     
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    Anchorsteam, thank you for your offer, but you didn't say which parts on the MX-8 you're offering.
     
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    Hey Anchorsteam: I will give you $1000 finder's fee for a 32" MX8 like that for $800. Rust, refinish, all accepted.

    @$800, I'll buy a dozen of them. LOL
     
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    I hate when they plate over pitting [toplever]
     
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    billyboy...

    I guess you don't know the difference between pitting and dings and dents. Of course, it would have been nice to have filed and buffed it clean before plating.

    Bernie
     
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    Thank you for all your inquiries, the MX-8 is sold and shipped to buyer's FFL today.
     
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