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MIA... Perazzi External Selectable trigger...sold

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by JACK, Apr 6, 2011.

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  1. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    $1150. Offered to another guy till end of today. Pull and used very little. Blue outsstanding as you can see. Jack at 800-344-4840 or cell 715-441-9817 or email or PM. Add in a bit of SI. I do have it offered to a friend that inquired if I had a trigger like this and he get till the end of today.
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    And here is a little note of some interest. Occasionally I get worn out triggere cases in with a trigger. This ccase was a good example of one that was falling apart. the hinge glue and indents had let go so that the case was in two pieces. I tapped some holes n the cover, matched those to the hinge pieces, cut off some small screws and assembled it. Verks fine Ole...
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    short screws do not protrude thru the inner liner.

    Uh... no. NFS. Just a novelty item that I keep around for triggers. I have two I fixed like this.
     
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    I know I'm getting off topic here Jack, but how are you coping with the rising water on the St Croix?

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    Stan. Anyone can put a post on my stuff without me getting irritated.

    The rain has held off and the snow melt has been slow and still continues. We did have a crest about 4 days ago and it then retreated about 6" and not they say we will get a higher crest by Sunday. But it is 8 or 9' for getting into he house and that won't happen. The dock is getting near the end of the spud poles and that may require a move closer to shore come this Sunday. But the water is mostly slack and we wear life jackets. I can move my dock by myself in the summer, but we are usually a 3 some at this time of the year, just because of the danger involved. Let me see if I can find a dock pic... Yes. Picture the spud poles hung up on the cross pins. That shows the depth. 3 of my poles are hung on the pins.

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    The St Croix River is pretty much a large rut and it has no flood area to send water to flatter land. S the water keeps coming strate up rather than spilling off and relieving the upward movement. The Miississippi is 2 blocks south of this dock. My dock is not here now, rather it is stored near the MN bank between the bridges. I'll get a pic... Wait, I have on. Here it is in storage right now
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    The water is up a good 6' higher now. the back dock is my neighbor that works with me on thes projcets. My dock with the silver spuds and an interloper that feels he has the right to tie off to my dock.
     
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    here is the dock picture as of 1 PM CDT Wednesday.
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    It is 2 AM now and the river ice is flowing out of the river finally. The rear spuds are hung on the cross pins. They are still imbedded into the sand, but the front spuds are the main anchors to the bottom now. Water predicted to rise just about 1 more foot.
     
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    The trigger has 4 buyers. First fellow to let me know by early PM.
     
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