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Iniormation need on Perazzi importers

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Taxidermy, Oct 8, 2012.

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  1. Taxidermy

    Taxidermy Active Member

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    Need infromation on a Perazzi that was imported by Pachmayr, it is a SC3 grade. Like to know dates that they were imported? And maybe how many and if it was just high grades? thanks Ronnie
     
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    Pachmayr imported them in the mid-to-late '60s. They were, I believe, the first to import them. How many and what grades were imported I don't know. You might try asking Derek Partridge, he was an early advocate of Perazzis in the U.S. - http://www.bunkershooting.com/


    JW
     
  3. Taxidermy

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    JW this gun is S/N 98880 I think it was made in the 90's. thanks Ronnie
     
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    With that SN it would be a type 4 gun - I'm unaware of any related to Pachmayr - especially that late. Are the barrels original to the receiver? You might check with Lucio Sosta at Perazzi USA. DGG
     
  5. Taxidermy

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    All numbers match, wood, trigger, barrels,receiver and iron. thanks Ronnie
     
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    Yes, with that serial number, the gun may have been *sold* by Pachmayr, but would have been *imported* by Perazzi USA in Azusa, CA.

    Lucio has retired, so you'll want to speak to Mr. Albert Kondak who is the new Managing Director. But, whoever picks up the phone will probably be able to help you.

    John Wolfington
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    Ronnie, based on your ser. #, I'd think you might have a Pachmayr edition game gun.

    Do you have a picture of said gun? does it say Pachmayr on it?

    Starting late '80s, Pachmayr had some game guns made by Perazzi. They have different engravings from regular SC3.
     
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    Steve, it has Imported by Pachmayr on the barrel no other import marks. This gun is listed on TS for sale and I just received a call and SOLD it. I was only looking for some history on Pachmayr imports. I was at a DU banquet years ago and they sold chances on a Perazzi that Frank Pachmayr donated to DU, I did not win it but my brother in law did, Thanks Ronnie
     
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