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F/S Perazzi MX15 New deal Trades possable SOLD

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by twcpdc, Apr 30, 2010.

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  1. twcpdc

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    I don't shoot a lot any more so I am selling my MX. Is a 34 inch factory choked 10,8,6,4,&2. The Graco lop is from 14 1/2 to 15 1/2 with this pad. It is a release/pull trigger adj. comb. I do not know who did the porting. I want to get $4500 Delivered lower 48. E-Mail or call 502-797-856two I am going to put on Gunbroker start a $4000 with no reserve. So this is your chance to bid before it is on broker so make your offers.
    Thanks Tom
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    who did the stock??
     
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    I put the reducer on but I don't know who did the comb.
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    Who is going to make the best offer. Thanks Tom
     
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    anyone interested
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    do you have the original trigger? That one looks to be from an O/U set....
     
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    "do you have the original trigger? That one looks to be from an O/U set.... "

    how the hell can you tell that?
     
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    hey do-do,,all MX-15's come with a double trigger,,,,,,,,,,,duh,,,,,,,,,
     
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    the "O/U" on the front of the trigger plate in pic 4?
     
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    ahhh didn't see the "OU"

    so if you buy a stock MX-15 and then buy an O/U barrel, do you also need to change out the trigger as well?
     
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    I only have o/u trigger. Bought this the way it is at Ky St several years ago from a trader. I put on the reducer and a new hammer spring a 200 shells ago. That is about all I know about the gun. Thanks Tom
     
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    That is a pretty old trigger group from between the late 60's to early 70's. These early triggers were also dubbed the "skeleton" frame triggers and were said to "flex" and be inconsistent. My Mx8 Combo's triggers were of this early design but I didn't notice any problems with them.

    I have since gone to adjustable length of pull P4 triggers.
     
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    back up Will take some of value in trade if that helps.
    Thanks Tom
     
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