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MX5

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by jsteenson, Sep 27, 2011.

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  1. jsteenson

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    I have a like new MX5 Perazzi sporting clay gun,anyone have an idea of thier worth? they are the same receiver as the MX12,MX7,MT6. c/w chokes and case.
    Thanx Jack
     
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    First... Not the same as MT6 The MX5 uses the round bottom receiver used in Perazzi's cheaper offerings depending on condition it's worth about $3k.

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    MX-12 is at the other end of Spectrum from MX-5.

    MX-12 has Perazzi signature seashell sculpted receiver with border engravings, MX-12 also has squared monobolc like MX-8. Two expensive features from Perazzi, one cosmetic, one structure.

    As for the MT6, although it has non-sculpted receiver like those "econo" models, but it also has squared monobloc.

    MX-5 was made to compete with the very successful & cheaper Beretta 680 series, it's one more step to save production cost from the first "econo" model MX-3, it doesn't bring much money on the book, but it's a great value and a fine gun for the money.
     
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    Jack, will you be at the National Trapshooting Day in Calgary this Sat.? I might be interested. Larry I
     
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    Larry,
    I'll be there Saturday.I'll bring it.Jack
     
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    Was the MX5 ever built on a 20ga frame?

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    I have an MX 5 that will accept either the square or round mono block barrels. Had w/ me at the Grand 2 years ago and Dan had never seen one. I would imagine Steve W is familiar w/ them and can add some detail.
     
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    Perazzi & Kemen both made some universal monobloc, that'll work on each other. I'll post a picture of it later.
     
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    Universal monobloc, original style.


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    Perazzi also made a later version with flat bottom, I'll have to find the picture and figure out the way to transfer to digital.
     
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    This help?


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