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MAJOR SIDEPLATE PERAZZI

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by decimamas 54, Jul 23, 2013.

  1. decimamas 54

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    I will be at the Grand with this Perazzi the 7th an the 8th of August at Stuart Wright stand.
    The gun comes with an extra barrel 81 cm made by Perugini & Visini.

    If anybody is interested on buy it, please let me know.
     
  2. David McMillen

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    What would something like that sell for? Send PM.
     
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    Sure is prettier than any of my factory engraved Perazzis.
     
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    Steve, I agree. Marcello's Creative Art is unmatched in detail, depth and contrast...not to mention realism with game scenes. My GA1 I purchased from you will go to him this winter for Game Scene #4 engraving with some personal touches.

    And I can hardly wait!

    milt
     
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    Milt, Marcello is the best source known to me to have your gun engraved in Italy. The same outfit "Creative Art" is doing Perazzi factory engravings too, but everything through Marcello are much prettier. He pulls his personal strings.
     
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    I own one of Marcello's creative arts projects and it is outstanding, couldn't be happier. Not to mention he is a great guy to deal with
     
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    The engraving is obviously outstanding, but the wood to metal fit is pretty good also, as it should be on quality of this caliber.
     
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    Thank you for making positive comments about the engraving.
    The gun is very beautiful and the success of this is the result of the combination between the engraver and mine. Never tell them : "I give you for this engraving this much ..." but "how much this engraving will cost me?"
    The job can be done both ways but the result it's different because in the first case will come out a commercial engraving in the second case will come out a work of art.
    We in Italy say: " it's the details that do the difference" and I can sure you that is true.
    I put a new trigger on the gun adjustable with large blade; this is a new model that we make
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  10. Don Rackley

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    Very elegant
     
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    Marcello, show the bottom of receiver. I especially like the wide trigger blade. Is like old style Perazzi. Gives better feel, especially with release.

    milt
     
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    Ooops. Sorry. I just fainted.
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    Marcello, absolutely incredible !!!!!! ........ Rob
     
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    Milt, when I will come back from the Grand I will start the production of a wide trigger blade for Perazzi.
    The one that you see in the picture is a prototype that I just finished off this morning. I will make them with solid steel and not stamped like the other do it.

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    an opinion about this trigger blade. most release trigger shooters are finicky about feel of their release. more so than a pull shooter and that makes sense to me being that a release shooter is touching the blade from start to finish. also looks to me like this blade has more contour and finger contact surface than the original/older MX blade, which has more contact surface than the newer mx blades and especially the P4. that's a good thing!

    the more surface contact the more feel. the more contour, the more contact. looks like Marcello has another superior development. i wonder if he can cook too?

    Marcello, bring that blade to the grand installed for demo and review...please.

    milt
     
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    The wood to metal fit is way better than factory guns.
     
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    Very nice gun. I just wish I had the spare change to buy it, but my piggy bank is empty.
     
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    Marcello, what a beautiful gun!!!

    Good to hear your making "IMPROVED" trigger blades also!!

    HAP
     
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