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F/S, Perazzi Type IV newer MT6 w/32 O/U -Sold

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Steve W, May 23, 2011.

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  1. Steve W

    Steve W Well-Known Member

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    Late production Perazzi USA import Type 4 MT6, blue receiver with 32" barrel. Newer style ramped VR, no side ribs. 1.62 kg. ported. Factory choke tubes. Selectable trigger. Good looking factory wood with small step parallel MC, 14.5" LOP.

    This is not the old grooved receiver MT6 with old style forend attachment.

    Square monobloc Type 4 barrel and forend will interchange with current production O/Us. Blue receiver is the same as Granditalia or MX-16, with the current top lever trip location.

    All numbers match, if it matters. Top lever very right, gun is as tight as new, in ORIGINAL excellent condition. A low mileage gun, $Sold. must ship to FFL. Please PM me for all questions. Thank you.


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    Breech face: Top lever trip at current location as new Perazzis, firing pin holes are like new.
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    This is a really great looking gun from a truly honest individual. To the top for Steve
     
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    Beautiful gun, Steve

    The barrels look similar to the MX 2L Barrels, is that correct?

    Vern
     
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    Thank you guys for your kind words.

    Vern, yes, MX-2L barrel would have no side ribs, also MX-8B, typical MX-14 and some pigeon guns. I have three other guns with similar barrels.
     
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    Hi Steve I posted a help question on MT 6 barrels my question was are the barrels soldered on the ends or adjustable as a seller is telling me on his gun.
    Sorry to jump in but need to know to make a decision thanks Buddyi
     
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    Steve... If I were out and free.. I'dbuy this gun... GREAT all around Perazzi...
     
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    OOE, This MT6 has a solid block at the muzzle between the two barrels. Some older MT had two part attachment with a (look like) pin/screw in it, but they were not for POI adjustments.

    PBB, thank you for your kind words, I'm so glad to hear from you, wish you all the best. Steve
     
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    Does this model have the drop out trigger? Also, about what is the drop at the comb? Does it have a case and stock wrench? I appreciste your time. William
     
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    I have $3400 ,will send out a check today . no disrespect, thank you,pat
     
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    William, I sent you an email. BTW, MT has non detachable, selectable trigger like MX-2000S & MX-12 etc.. D@C is approx. 1-1/2" on parallel comb.
     
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    non drop out trigger with coil springs and external bbl. selector
     
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    All inquiries replied, if you didn't see it, please let me know. Thank you.
     
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    perfect sporting clays gun!! I own an older 30in. version with a full set of briley subgauge tubes that I am debating getting rid of to get something like this instead. Starting to like sportys more than skeet!!
     
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