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MIA...Krieghoff KX5...SOLD again

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by JACK, Aug 28, 2012.

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  1. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    Litely used, beautiful condition in all areas. KX5, 34", CTs all the parts that came with the gun. All original except for Kickeze "rocker" pad professionally installed. A little bit RH. $3695 delivered. Very pretty. Jack @ 715-262-8556, cell 715-441-9817, email or PM. don't be tardy on this.
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    Pristine gun. Will go not so quick.

    Going East this time. Thanks a lot
     
  2. plux001

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    Jack....don't do it. I have one just like it, as new, sitting in my safe. Every time I think about selling it, I take it out and shoot a couple rounds, take it home and smile as I put it away. I still prefer the Model 12, but the KX-5 is one of the best I've ever shot...and for the price??? What else can you get of that quality for 4K???? Keep it!!!!

    Paul
     
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    Jack:

    That gun looks like the one I sold last year. I liked it but
    could'nt shoot a good score with it. They sure look better than
    the KX-6. I was looking for you last Sat. at M.G.C.....

    John P.
     
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    John. YOu should get a MX2000... Oh... That's right. You did have one of those last year... How about this one John?
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    Nice gun Jack! Did you ever shoot this gun? I imagine the P-guns are going to revolt. LOL
     
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    I owned and shot one when they first came out. Did not shoot it well. Really, I shot it OK, but moved to a TM1 and broke every thing that was thrown in front of me. Ask me if I still own that gun.
     
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    Do you still own that gun?

    How many other guns have you tried since, and for what reasons?
     
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    Are you kidding? I shoot 3-4 a year. Began in 87 thru 93, '06 to now. And I could give you a lot of SA answers, but as a rather poor release trigger shooter, I continually look for the best hand/eye/mental timing in a gun. This one is close.
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    I have not shot Precision triggers well, but this one was just re-tuned by Jim Coons. the trigger is an early model (#108) and owned by Amerigo Pagliaroli (ATA HOF and '77 Grand winner, 25 year Remington rep). This one is great. HOw much did he charge to fis it up? $145 for new sear springs, a cocking foot, a hammer spring, and his expertise. Pretty fair I'd say.

    Stl. I sold off my two fave Allem triggers early on this summer and lost the feel for a trap gun. I have it back withe the above gun. Season is over, but I'm not.
     
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    Jack:
    Nice 2000 but there in my past. My next will be the Zoli Z
    Gun. Release triggers not available yet. Zoli hired the retired
    head engineer at Perazzi to design the Z gun. You have to hear the
    whole pitch to appreciate the design. One of the neat features is
    the center-line of the bore is 1/4" lower than a Perazzi. Less
    muzzle rise and feft recoil.
     
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    Yeah... And I can get a deal on a Zoli too
     
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    you're toturing me Jack...is this one still setup as a pull trigger??
     
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    orinal pull
     
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    Didn't a guy win the Grand with one of these a couple of years ago?
     
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    Another nice find Jack! You always seem to locate some very nice pieces.
    Up for Jack.
     
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    I sure love mine....just can't resist grabbing the Model 12.

    Up for a great gun...

    Paul
     
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    up for a goood guy
     
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    Lotsa love....but no sale...

    Paul
     
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    The gun has sold
     
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