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Grand American Combo (MINT)

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by coldtrail, Dec 27, 2009.

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  1. coldtrail

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    For Sale is a Perazzi Grand American Combo #53038. O/U barrels are 31-1/2, 1580kg, fixed choked. Bottom barrel is 725 bore, 27ths, top barrel is 725 bore 42ths. It has a step rib, and is in excellent condition. The Unsingle barrel is 33-1/2, 40ths, 1730kg. Length of pull is 14-3/4 with an adjustable comb. All numbers match, and barrels are completely untouched. I may consider another gun in trade. $5,700.00 970-217-9602
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    It's a beauty !!
     
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    Is it optical illusion or has the unsingle barrel been bent up?
     
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    Orrin: No, but the double barrel has been bent down. :)
     
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    What trades?

    regards from Iowa

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    Hey Vern, no need to feel left out, we have had plenty of snow, and below zero temps. In addition the wind has been blowing, these are all of my excuses for not shooting.
     
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    Hey Gene, I will trade up, or down; doesn't matter if it's a nice rifle, shotgun, or a dog that doesn't chase deer or isn't gun shy.
     
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    The single is straight, however the doubles are bent down, I use to shoot in an area where there were alot of helicopters taking off. Also I found that if you shoot while standing on your head, the downward bend in the barrels really came in handy.
     
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    My guess is that the picture of the barrels was shot with a camera with a wide angle lens, which tends to result in linear distortion. An extreme example of this would be a picture taken with a fish-eye lens. Bob
     
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    Don't laugh at that "standing on your head" shooting. That is a time honored tradition practiced by a limited number of Colorado lunatics!
     
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    Careful Joe, I have shot with you many times, and I think you would shoot better standing on your head.
     
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    Hey Sportshot, I agree with you 100%. The Grand American is a great gun, the only reason I am selling it is, the barrels are original and untouched. I don't want to be the person who sends it off to get ported, chokes, etc. I would rather do that with a new gun that doesn't have the same character. I am surprised that this didn't sell immediately. I have seen lesser sets bring much more. I may price it $1,000.00 more and see if that helps.
     
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    I owned one of these once- it was a nice combo.

    Regards from Iowa

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    Hey Vern, lay your barrels on the curb and slowly run over them. You can get the jig (vice) to hold them from Brownell's.
     
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