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F/S Perazzi Comp 1 O/U-Great Bunker Gun

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by oleolliedawg, May 6, 2011.

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  1. oleolliedawg

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    Just in is this real nice Perazzi Comp 1 O/U. Barrel length is 28" and comes with a bunch of Briley choke tubes. Recently rebuilt by Giacomo. Would make a great bunker gun. $2,999 delivered to your FFL!!
     
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    My very first Perazzi looked just like this but with plainer wood.

    As I recall I paid Bill Jaqua $595 for it brand new and he sold me an extra set of Release/Pull triggers for $75 to go with it.

    I think I was the 2nd or 3rd shooter at our club to buy one.
     
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    What is the serial number? Also,barrel weight? Any barrel modifications other than choke tubes? Thanks.
     
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    Ollie, You say it was rebuilt but the case colors look perfect? Did he re-color case harden it as well? I just have never seen one that needed rebuilt that had such nice color. Jeff
     
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    Barrel weight is 590 KG. Serial # 35698. No other mods. on barrels!!
     
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    Jeff, I'd say the case colors are original as there is significant wear on the receiver bottom!!
     
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    Im sorry Ollie, Not trying to slam the gun at all I just didn't see the wear. Jeff
     
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    Jeff, that's my problem too-failure to wear reading glasses in the morning!!
     
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    590 KG??? Take a look again and re-post. Thanks
     
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    Oops! barrels are marked KG 1590 and 18.4. Shoulda worn my cheaters!!
     
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    28" barrels? Is that a typo? If not sounds more like a skeet gun rather than a bunker gun? Are the barrels slot-ported?
     
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    28" barrels and not ported. My tape measure doesn't lie!!
     
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    Not doubting your tape measure or your eye-sight but I don't think I've ever seen anyone shoot bunker with a 28" barrel.
     
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    DB Bill is correct! Probably the "shortest barrel" you will see (for serious Bunker shooters) is 29 1/2". The 28" would be a good traditional length for International Skeet. Many of the Int. Skeet Shooters have been moving to longer barrels as well. Jon
     
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    Ollie would it be possible for you to post a picture of the muzzle end of your gun? Front and maybe side?

    Thanks for your time

    Hugh
     
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    Tomorrow!!
     
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    I didn't know Perazzi ever made a true 28" barrel. 27 5/8 and 28 3/8, but not 28.
     
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    Pictures added!!
     
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