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Hardware for adjustable comb?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by rbmtrap, Nov 16, 2009.

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  1. rbmtrap

    rbmtrap Member

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    Recently purchased a used Perazzi stock with adjustable comb posts that are too long - at lowest position still a 1" gap between comb and gun. Any ideas or suggestions about getting, or making, replacement posts that are shorter? I'd like to keep the current ones intact if possible and get/make two new posts, but need suggestions on where/how.

    Thanks!
    rbmtrap
     
  2. zzt

    zzt Well-Known Member

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    If the hardware is original Perazzi you can call Giocomo Sporting in New York (best choice), or Perazzi in California (worst). Giocomo probably has them in stock.

    If it's not original Perazzi hardware, you are on your own, but it shouldn't be too much trouble to fabricate a pair yourself.
     
  3. twoatloweight

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    Check Brownells.
     
  4. rbmtrap

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    Thanks all. Don't know the origin of the comb - the quality of the work including the hardware is outstanding, but as it's a soft comb, I'm assuming aftermarket.
     
  5. skeet_man

    skeet_man Well-Known Member

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    contact greg hissem

    greghissemstockworks.com

    he'll make you whatever you need for a VERY reasonable price.
     
  6. hmb

    hmb Well-Known Member

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    Bring the posts to a local machine shop. Or if you have a friend with a lathe, he should be able to help you out. HMB
     
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    I recently had the same issue, although the gap wasn't as large. From the suggestions of folks here, I used a Dremel tool to cut the posts and bolts down to the length I wanted.
     
  8. Jollytrapshooter

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    If you don't have any luck finding a machine shop or some other way to cut them down, I'd be happy to do it for you. Just email me if interested. Josh
     
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    halfmile Well-Known Member

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    Much of the aftermarket hardware comes from Graco. I would check there for replacement posts.

    HM
     
  10. alfermann66

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    Depending on how your posts are mounted, I might measure the dia., go to the hardware store and buy a bolt/bolts, cut the head/heads off to make my own.

    Buz
     
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