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FS Perazzi MX-14

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by walterma, May 13, 2008.

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  1. walterma

    walterma TS Member

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    For Sale. Perazzi MX-14 34" O/U Barrels Factory choke tubes plus Briley choke tubes, Adjustable Rib, Adjustable Comb also comes w/ hard case. Gun is in excellent shape has some use marks nothing bad asking $7,000. If interested send me an email.

    Thanks,
    Michael
    michael.walter2@usarec.army.mil
     
  2. walterma

    walterma TS Member

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    The gun has 34" Over Under Barrels, I have no single barrel. I'm unsure when the gun was made I can look into it but it is an MX-14 w/ an adjustable rib..Let me know if you have any other questions.

    Michael
     
  3. walterma

    walterma TS Member

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    Thanks. I'll check the SN#s but I know that the receiver and the barrel sn's match. The wood however is from an MX-15..

    Michael
     
  4. RLSS

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    Mike,

    If you don't mind, I'll try to help a little bit here.

    I owned this gun for a short while a couple of years ago. I bought it used, even though it was as new when I got it, and I asked the same questions you guys are about it before I had it in my hands.

    The genesis of this gun had to be a special order at some point from Perazzi.

    It is a MX-14 reciever, smooth sides. The barrels O/U only are 34" with original Perazzi factory choke tubes. They are pure factory Perazzi MX-10 RS barrels, with adjustable rib, and originally had 4 nothes. Dennis Devault added a fifth notch to the rib for higher point of impact. And yes, the SN#s do match, and have NOT been redone. I know it's unique, but that's what it is.

    That said, this gun does have MX-15 wood. I put it on the gun myself. So the reciever, barrels, and forend iron have matching SN #'s, and the wood has different #'s from the iron, but are a set.

    Agian, I know it is unique, but that's what it is. This is without a doubt the smoothest swinging shotgun I have ever had in my hands, and the barrels are nothing short of fantastic. With the extended Briley tubes that have been added to this deal, you get a 35" O/U, with a five notch adjustable rib.

    This gun is in pristine condition, and if it was not for the fact that I have another one very similar to it now, I would buy it back in a heart beat.

    RLSS
     
  5. jakearoo

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    And besides that RLSS, Mike is somewhat optimistic as to what the parts are worth. Jake
     
  6. RLSS

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    PBB,

    Agreed, I'll pull my second post.

    RLSS
     
  7. walterma

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    RLSS,

    Thank You very much for helping me out w/ that. If you could send me an email I would like to talk w/ ya I have some more questions. Thanks again RLSS..

    michael.walter2@usarec.army.mil
     
  8. walterma

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