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It's HERE - New Perazzi Trigger Spring Design

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by whiz white, Feb 1, 2010.

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  1. whiz white

    whiz white Strong Supporter of Trapshooting Banned

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    Jan 29, 1998
    Rapid City SD

    It's arrived today. This is the NEW trigger retrofit for Perazzi triggers.

    This utilizes a small pin that is pressed into the rear hammer spring hole in your trigger, then a small locking sleeve snaps into place on the end of this pin.

    These new leaf springs are of our new design with the beefier bridle area that Italy says should reduce vibrations considerably. Nice thing about these springs is that they are NOT side specific - this is to say you can interchange them for either the top or bottom barrels.

    Also, this does NOT change, or in any way alter your trigger housing, AND you can do the modification yourself.

    Best thing about all of this is the price: $100. Includes both hammer springs, pin and lock sleeve, and tool.

    I am in the process now of sending out a couple to have them shot, and shot, and shot. Both Marcello and I want to know: (1) what the shooters think, and (2) their durability. We think we already know, but in th hands of shooters would be better.


    Whiz White
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