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MIA... MX2000... Parting out PICS NOW

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by JACK, Jan 11, 2011.

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  1. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    34"-32" combo, orig bbls, fixed chokes, just tuned by Gun Dr, Doug Braker. Outstanding wood and a real RAD. 14-5/8" as you see it, and easily bumped back to 14-3/8" by redoing pad. Pull trigger. Case. $8200 and freight. Jack @ 800-344-4840 days and cell is 715-441-9817. Email or PM I have releases for this gun
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    Will have it apart tomorrow with new pics. email or PM me for the parts you want. Everything must go.
     
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    Nice!!!!!!!!!! Damn, I hate those pogo's though!!!
     
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    Actually, I like them. This one is proportioned just about right for the aveage shooter. There are a lot of good recoil devices out there but my fave is the RAD. With due respect to the others I have not shot, I have shot the Precision, the Gracoil, the soft Touch. i have a Gracoil on an MX stock and liked it a lot. But the RAD seems more natural "Stock-like". And too, I have a regular length P stock and matching forend that can be substituted on this gun. But lotta good shooters taking the punishment out of 3 drammers using these recoil devices. This one works good.
     
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    Jack,

    I see you are trying to rip unsuspecting buyers off again!

    Beautiful P-gun. I wish I was shooting more so I could convince myself to buy it.
     
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    As you know I don't often comment on your listings Jack but I must say that is one pretty gun!!.....Rick.... in Texas
     
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    Well, look at it this way... The 34" single is certainly a $5200 gun, and the O/Us will sell off separately if the gun buyer does not want them. These O/Us are 3 grand items. Remember this gun is 14-5/8" LOP and with a minor refitting of the pad we canget it back to 14-3/8". So if yo are into a slighttly longer gun, this guy is for you.

    Jordan Dekker, this gun is for you. With or without the O/Us. In fact I might commadeer the O/Us for myself.

    I shot a lot of dubs when I first got started shooting and got to A class pretty quick with 31.5 bbls on my MX3. But I lost the magic when I went to releases. I never did try release pull. The trigger in my MX15 is a new Allem release/Pull. Hmmmm
     
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    Now Jack,

    You know and I know there are a lot of unanswered questions with your description of this gun. Like, what are the chokes of both barrels, what's the bore of each, is it left handed or right?? As many times as I've seen you ask those very same questions, I would think it would be second nature for you. The cold weather must be getting to ya!!!

    All kidding aside, that's a beauty and there's not a better guy out there to buy a gun from!!!

    Jeff
     
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    Jeff. True enough. I was not lazy, rather I just told myself to get the gun up for those ti see.

    The 34" is a 4 notch 18.7, .032 const.

    The 32" is a 4 notch 18.7, .023 bottom, .031 top. 1.7 KG
     
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    I might add that both sets of wood are blem free. It will be a proud Perazzi for some time.
     
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    Real nice looking combo Jack. Thanks for sending the snow and cold down our way again this week, lol. Take care. Ron
     
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    I will gladly trade you today Jack for a cheeseburger on Tuesday
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    calvin, you can't be hungry can you?
     
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    Jordan,

    Buy this gun and the extra stock! Then sell me the Perazzi soft comb, lol.

    Matt Ski
     
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    Hey Jack any idea how many rounds thru the gun
     
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    Steve. Well I know that the gun had little use over the past 5 years and its "born-on-date" was just a bit before that. Hazarding a guess, 25,000 would be max and prob less than that. The bottom pin hole shows a bit of wear, but it does not show steel primer/base wear. Looks like a gun that has been shot with brass. Hard to hold the camera steady with one hand.
     
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    No Jack...not very hungry at all these days...lost about 116lbs so far
     
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    up. This gun is for sale. But 5200 is a fair price for the gun and the O/Us are certainly a 3 grand item. This gun will be a great shooter for someone.
     
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