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NEW, OLD TM 1

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by luvtrapguns, Sep 22, 2009.

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  1. luvtrapguns

    luvtrapguns Well-Known Member

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    To find a Perazzi SBT in any newer/better condition you would probably be looking at a new TM 9, and then it would only be newer.

    TO SEE A COMPLETE SET OF PICTURES PLEASE PASTE THE FOLLOWING INTO THE ADDRESS BAR AT THE TOP OF YOUR BROWSER:
    http://s683.photobucket.com/albums/vv198/MJBUNK/?start=all

    I have this Perazzi TM 1 in all original very nearly new condition (99%+). Gun is as it left the factory in the late 70"s (Ser#49XX). No modifications of any kind. It has a 32" full choke barrel, 18.5 bore, pull triger, MC Stock. check the pictures of factory supplied pattern sheet. This pattern was shot at 35 meters (approx 38.5 yds). It is probably the best pattern distribution I have ever seen. Anybody interested in a trade? I would like to find a nice 32" MX 8 Trap Gun or a Ljutic 34" Mono Gun. Pull triggers only. MUST BE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION.

    Please respond by PM or email only. marcbunk@gmail.com











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    MANY MORE PICTURES AT: http://s683.photobucket.com/albums/vv198/MJBUNK/?start=all
     
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    Yes I saw this one on Gunbroker about 10 days ago. Nice gun. You made a decent buy on it. ~~~Rick~~Texas
     
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    Rick, I bought this gun thinking I would use it for my come-back attempt. I have been away from trap shooting for almost 30 years.

    This gun is so pristine that I do not want to shoot it. It has been owned since new by a collector that does not shoot trap. Instead I will have my old TM 1 refurbished by Giacomo. It already has the battle scars I would regret putting on this pristine Perazzi.

    Thanks, Marc
     
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    I'd like to bid $2100 for it...........:)
     
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    Thanks for the bid. No offense taken. I would really prefer a trade.
    Of course I could be talked into selling it but not for the offerred price.
    Marc
     
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    I have approx 20 pictures of this gun and it's factory pattern sheet.
    If anyone would like to view them, all you have to do is copy and then paste the following into your Google address bar. That is the line at the very top of your screen. If you Google search it will only bring you back to what you see here.

    http://s683.photobucket.com/albums/vv198/MJBUNK/?start=all

    Thanks, Marc
     
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    Just joking luv...........same bid I put in 10 days ago.....
     
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    You missed out on a really nice one. Probably better than described.
    Thanks, Marc
     
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    I was afraid of that....... don't know why I held back.......

    If my kid had not been on the computer "doing homework" at auction ending.......it would have cost you a few bucks more....LOL.......
     
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    Thank your Kid for me. LOL
    Marc
     
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    My TM1 ( 34 " barrels) Is of the same vintage, Ser. # 49XX. I purchased it in 1978.
    In 1979 I purchased a MX 8, Approx. 30" Barrels, 29 1/2" or 29 3/4".
    My TM1 needs a rebuild, I still shoot my MX 8.
    These guns have been far more faithful to me ,then I have been to them!!!

    Joe Woods/Ontario
     
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    Joe,
    All thru the 70's I shot a 34" TM 1 and a 32" Mirage. Great guns. I sold them long ago when I thought I would not use them again (shoulder trouble). Wish I had them both back.
    Marc
     
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    I love shooting my TM1 Serial70xx, just had it rebuilt, still winning $ and posting good scores, no need to replace a winner.
     
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