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FS Perazzi Mirage

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by t5leather, Dec 7, 2008.

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  1. t5leather

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    Perazzi Mirage Over and Under, Custom Stock LOP 14-1/4", drop at comb 1-7/16, drop at heel 1-9/16 and extra adjustable comb stock, serial number 42513, case hardend 95%, 28-3/8" barrel, .727 bore, 6 Briley chokes 2-skt.1, 2-Ic., 1-xfull, 1-xxfull, bores polished by Briley, removable non selectable bottom fire 1st trigger, This gun is in exceptional condition, Pictures available upon request. $4595.00 plus shipping. Thanks for looking, Paul,
     
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    how can I tell if a perazzi is a type 3 or a type 4 ??

    thanks,

    ernie
     
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    What is the barrel weight? There is nothing wrong with a CAT III.
     
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    i'm trying to learn how to distinguish cat 3 from 4 ?

    would you help ???

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    THANKS,

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