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Modifying Perazzi Trigger to Shoot .410

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by shotgunner, Jan 15, 2012.

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  1. shotgunner

    shotgunner Member

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    Need feedback on who to get to modify a Perazzi MX style trigger to shoot small gauges. Also does anyone know how it is done ? Joe
     
  2. skeet_man

    skeet_man Well-Known Member

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    Send it to Briley, Kolar, Giacomo, or Cole.
     
  3. 2oneight

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    If you are a little handy, it is very easy to do yourself. Just order the 410 connector block from Perazzi, Giacomo, or whomever you buy parts from, and change it out. Just one pin to knock out and replace. I found that the standard connector would handle everything down to 28 quite reliably in my MX8; just need the larger one for the 410s.
    regards
    Doc
     
  4. shotgunner

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    thanks...........Joe
     
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    Laib's Gunsmithing in Spicer, MN
     
  6. whiz white

    whiz white Strong Supporter of Trapshooting Banned

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    You simply need to exchange the inertia block.

    You can order it directly from Perazzi USA or me.


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    WW
     
  7. claybrdr

    claybrdr Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, cutting the inertia block spring works if you are close...Recommend a larger inertia block first and then shorten the spring a coil at a time as necessary.
     
  8. Jim Veta

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    One small piece of the spring at a time. Do not over cut!!!
     
  9. Socko124

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    So far, everyone is correct, but with either method, or combination of the two (large inertia block, or shortening the spring), you may get at least 85 percent of triggers to work correctly. However, sometimes even with those changes your connector may not clear the sears correctly because you have to remember that even with the interchangeability of Perazzi parts, these are still hand made, hand fit guns. If you run into such trouble, consult a competent gunsmith -do not grab a file! This will usually just help dig a hole deeper. Or, just send it to Briley, or Perazzi and they can do the whole thing for a minimal charge and save you a lot of trouble.
     
  10. whiz white

    whiz white Strong Supporter of Trapshooting Banned

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    Well said Socko124! Emphasis on hand fitted.

    I've even had some in here with a short piece of rod up inside the Connector between it and the Connector Coil... that shortened the rear-ward Connector movement some, but not a fan of that scheme.

    WW
     
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