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mx trigger for sale p/p

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by michmoe, Sep 12, 2011.

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  1. michmoe

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    Having gone to a release trigger I no longer have any use for my Perazzi MX pull/pull trigger.This was a spare that I had.Shows blueing wear on trigger guard.Bottom barrel first.$550.00 shipped to your address.
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    michmoe, if interisted I need a back-up trigger, I would give $450.00. shipped to Ohio. Thanks, Bob Caplinger
     
  3. michmoe

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    Sorry Starfix,for anything less I'd rather pay to have it converted.Thanks but no thanks.
     
  4. Barry C. Roach

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    That's a better than fair price.
     
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    It's not selectable!!!!!
     
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    can your trigger set be converted to fire top bbl first ?
     
  8. michmoe

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    Trigger is sold pending funds.
     
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    Third party deal fell through...trigger still for sale.
     
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    will your trigger set fit an mx-3 and can it be conveted to fire top bbl first / thanks
     
  11. michmoe

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    Yes,I had used this trigger in a mx-3 I had owned and it can be converted.I know Kerry Allor does a nice job of making them selectable.
     
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    michmoe, my offer still stands if interisted.
     
  13. michmoe

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    Trigger is sold!!! Sorry Starfix..you weren't able to steal it!
     
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    Hugo. That is some funny stuff from starfix. I'm certainly guilty of buying stuff as low as I can, (as many others do) but the whining is classic misunderstanding of how internet buying selling works.
     
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    Moe...How is that Roller Release working for you?

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    Hey Vernster... I am going ot have one of my TM P4s converted to pull. Actually, the conversion is just a few minutes for me to do but the pull is too strong. I was doing some pattern board work the other day for a gun I was going to send down the road and it had a 2 lb pull trigger. I shot that trigger with less hiccup than I get out of a release. I am going to have it reset to about 2#4oz and see if I can pull the trigger this winter. I've done it with marginal success before but I always went higher pull poundages. But the lighter pull was really easy on this moldy old brain.
     
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    Jack...2 lbs would be too light for me. Did you try it with a heavy pair of gloves for winter shooting? How is the cat bitten hand coming along?

    Vern
     
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    Well, normally I would agree n the 2#. But I found it easier on my fragile psyche than my normal 68/32. So I am going to try it. gloves and releases do nto go together at all.

    Finger may have had an effect on my year... only one 90 from 26.

    Have less motion and it ain't coming back. I think it is mental
     
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    Jack..be careful...you won't feel the trigger the same way when your fingers are freezing cold and the glove will add a layer of padding. You don't want any mistakes. But I know you can do it, just don't forget how sensitive it is and the weather conditions.

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    Dont be concerned aobut safety and me. I have to paint a half dozend trap houses a year now. What's a few more?
     
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