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F/S Perazzi MX2000RS Unsingle

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by skidrowe7, Apr 8, 2012.

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    Posting this for a friend. Please direct all inquires to the seller. For sale is a Perazzi MX2000Rs, 34" unsingle, 18.7 bore, .33 fixed choke, 4 notch rib, 1.62KG, stamped ALLOR. Serial #120XXX with matching barrel. Locking block has been replaced by Lucio @Perazzi USA in Azusa, CA. Bluing excellent with the exception of normal wear areas (forearm attachment). The gun can be purchased with either the original pull nonselective or the Bowen release. Wood slightly toe-out, cast right, no palm swell. Kick Ezz pad w/LOP 14 1/8". Choice of pictured silver factory case or a black factory case. Located in S. Calif - Redlands area. Jerry Preston, ATA Life member#0744231. Phone 714-271-3998. $5750 OBO.
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    might be good to know how Allor tuned the bbl. Is it still 18.7 and .033? Maybe.

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    If you state that barrel was worked by Allor, and give the spec of it, it might make the gun more desirable to some trapshooters.
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    Hi Steve. I'm a friend of the seller, Jerry Preston. He is not proficient in using the internet, so he asked me to post clarification on the Allor stamp. He said that the barrel was ported and tuned by Allor, which included truing the barrel for contricity to ensure an even pattern. Jerry would be happy to provide any other information by phone. Thanks, Bob
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    TTT Help JP celebrate his 100 straight at Redlands Sunday by calling him about this MX2000RS. He needs $ for more ammo. LOL Bob
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    Are you interested in any trading????? To many guns Norm Crowe ph. 828/443/6365
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    Norm, I am a friend of the seller, Jerry Preston. Please contact him directly at 714-271-3998. Thanks, Bob
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