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?? MX-6 ??

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Gary Ferrell, Oct 7, 2012.

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  1. Gary Ferrell

    Gary Ferrell Member

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    Can someone tell me something about the Perazzi MX-6.Also what would be the approx.value of one approx.95%,34" barrel with adj.comb.Looking at this one to buy but don't know anything about a MX-6.
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    Steve W Well-Known Member

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    Gary,

    Basically MX-6 is a later production MX-3. Plan, flat side receiver. Round monobloc, detachable trigger.
     
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    The rib is a little lower than a mx3 and the o/u has the side ribs of the mx8. The triggers are externally selectable. I happen to like mine better than the mx8s I've had.

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  4. whiz white

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    Ditto on liking better than my MX8. Mine has kept me on the 27 for 20 years.

    Also, mine does not shoot lower, but higher than most.

    WW
     
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