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looking for mx15

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by flabigpapa, Jun 12, 2011.

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  1. flabigpapa

    flabigpapa Well-Known Member

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    One in Good condition Parted out @ current prices, Barrel- $2,000.00 Type 4 Forend Iron- $750.00 Non-select drop out trigger $650.00 Reciever Iron-$1,000.00 Perazzi Adjustable stock and forend USED-$850.00...All in USED Perazzi case long enough for 34"or 35" barrel New Style Combo case- $250.00
    About $5,500.00 Not including Shipping and Transfer Fees...Not to say that You Can't Find One..But Good Luck. And if you Do...Part it Out and you will be Way Ahead. Shoot Well..Shoot Often, Bart
     
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    One on gunbroker for that price might be a little rough for the price. Tom
     
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    takers, There is MX2000 Unsingle listed here ....Great Price...All the gun of MX15 and More, Good Hunting. Shoot well..Shoot Often, Bart
     
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    We have this one here at the Silver Dollar. 34" barrel, factory choke tubes, perfect bluing, double release trigger, red Perazzi case. Just back from Giacomo's. No trades. $5000.00
    Mike Battista
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    MX15 has Slab side reciever/ MX2000 has scalloped side and scroll. MX15 is by design a single barrel gun....Very Hard to Match rib Height with O/U. MX2000 has both barrels compatible ribs for sight plain...Both Great Guns..just don't buy MX15 and try to make combo..been there..done that. Better to Buy the MX2000 and have the ability for combo at later date.Shoot Well..Shoot Often, Bart
     
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    My first MX-15 became a combo by adding O/U barrels from DB-81. I don't have to change the comb height going from Singles, Handicap to Doubles.
    Mike battista
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    I did not say that ...it could not be done, For somebody like Mike..with Lot's of parts and knowledge. It's fair to say that MX2000 barrels are Easier to come by than the DB81 O/U barrel to make the combo. As with All the threads..
    Just one mans Opinion. Would Like a set of those barrels if any around,Mike. Shoot well..Shoot Often, Bart
     
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    I have an MX15 with high fixed rib MX2000 O/U and it's a perfect match without moving the comb.
     
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