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F/S:Perazzi MX8 28 3/8in Skeet w/ Briley Tubes

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by skeet_man, Aug 28, 2012.

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    For Sale:

    Selling this gun for a friend of mine. This is just a small selection of the photos available, more are can be viewed at: http://www.photobucket.com/perazzimx8

    Perazzi MX8 12ga skeet gun. 28 3/8” barrels. 18.4 bore, 2 3/4” chamber. Barrel weight is 1.530kg. Factory screw choked, includes the following factory chokes: 0, 0, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 (7 chokes total). Includes factory choke wrench and choke case. Bluing is thinning on the barrel, and could probably stand to be reblued, although it isn't necessary. There are quite a few rub marks on the top of the rib. These barrels are factory mid rib-less.

    Type 4 gun. Receiver, forend iron, barrel and trigger serial #s all match. Serial # 99241. Trigger is externally selectable. Trigger guard is engraved with, “Due a Basso Otto” (Two @ Low 8 in Italian). Receiver is coin/bare finish. Bluing on trigger guard shows wear, and there are some marks on the receiver.

    Stock and forend are in excellent condition, with only a few light marks. A custom stock and forend were used exclusively on this gun, which explains why the wood is in such good shape. Stock appears to me to be ever so slightly right handed, depending on how you look at it, its either dead straight or has a VERY minor amount of cast. No palm swell. LOP is 14.5” over factory Perazzi pad. Drops are: 1.5 x 1 7/16 x 1 7/8 (yes, comb is slightly lower in the front than the back). Factory adjustable comb, factory adjustable comb hardware.

    Includes a full set of Briley Ultimate Ultralite tubes. Four chokes per gauge. 20Ga: .006, .006, .0075, .009 28Ga: .006, .006, .006, .006 (yea, 4x.006 for some reason) 410: .006, .006, .0075, .009 Of course if you don't like the selection of sub gauge chokes, Briley will swap them for w/e you want. 20Ga tubes were shot very sparingly, as my friend shot almost exclusively 28ga and 410 (and shot 28ga for 12ga, 20ga, 28ga, and doubles). Includes tube hammer and knocker, and everything is housed in a Nasco gun case.

    Also includes factory spares kit, stock wrench, case keys, and a plethora of factory paperwork in a Perazzi folder.

    My friend told me this just came back from Perazzi for service, and has not been shot since. I don't have any paperwork to share to this effect, but if you call Perazzi w/ the serial #, they may be able to tell you what was done. I know the locking block was worked on, as evidenced by its position in the pictures.

    This gun was shot by someone who was very concerned with functionality, but not so concerned with cosmetics. This gun was maintained exclusively by Perazzi. Mechanically, its 100%, but cosmetically it has seen use and exhibits the wear expected from extensive competition use. Well used, but not abused by any means.

    This gun has a lot of features, and could really be a do-all gun for skeet, trap, sporting, bunker, live pigeons, or whatever you needed to do.

    Hopefully I’ve covered everything. I’m happy to answer any questions and take additional pics at your request.

    72 hour inspection, which begins when the shipping service indicates the package was delivered. Be sure to thoroughly inspect the gun BEFORE you fill out your 4473 and leave your dealer. Once you fill out that form and leave the dealer, the sale is FINAL. Any returns MUST be shipped from the dealer.

    Price is $6000 plus actual shipping. I may be interested in parting it out, but I would need to line up buyers for every component before I’d break it apart.
     
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    Ian, about what does the Gun WEIGH with the Subgauge Tubes installed? Thanks....Mike S.
     
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    I knew I'd forget something LOL.

    9 3/4lb w/ the 20ga tubes installed. 9lb 1oz w/ no tubes.
     
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    Ian, thanks for the info, but that's a lil' HEAVIER than what I'm looking for...Good Luck w/the SALE....Mike S.
     
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    It is coin/bare metal finish. Not nickle.
     
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    $5200 shipped
     
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