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NEW TRIGGER FOR PERAZZI

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by decimamas 54, Nov 15, 2012.

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  1. decimamas 54

    decimamas 54 Active Member

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    Here the trigger mounted on a group.
    I never tried it on a release trigger but I think will be great because it will make it faster.


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    Very nice Marcello.

    Many of the older Perazzi stocks had too long of a reach to the trigger and this trigger blade will make a big difference.
     
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    Marcello an I agree on a lot of things, but I think that the set back trigger will give you a touch more control and be jsut a tad slower. Take that form a fairly knowledgeable release shooter.

    Jack
     
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    Marcello, will this new blade work on all Perazzi trigger variants? MX, TM1/X, TM9/9X?
     
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    $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
     
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    Avaldes the trigger is for MX series and the cost is $ 100.00 USD including shipping. You can see the difference between the two triggers in the pictures below

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    Will this trigger fit an MS80? Bill
     
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    Bill if you are not in hurry I can make for you.
    The cost will be a little bit higher : $125.00 USD
     
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    What is the difference in LOP between factory and yours, as it looks like about 3/8". With my small hands the distance from the palm swell to the trigger is a stretch on my MX 8. Before this gun I was using my last joint and now I am using my finger tip.
     
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    Stuka, look at the picture above and you can see the difference between the two triggers. The one that I'm making will help you for sure.
     
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    How can I get one for my MX12 action?

    Jack
     
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    This should work in an MX8. Where are you located?
     
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    He is in Italy, he and his friends made more than half of the small parts and springs for the Italian gun trade.
     
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    I wish these had be available a long time ago. A bunch cheaper than two complete P4, factory adjustable trigger groups. Could have saved nearly $1,800.
     
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    Marcello,Will this "clear" the selector on a Factory EXTERNAL selective trigger group?
     
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    same question as above
     
  17. decimamas 54

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    I'm sorry for delate to answer you question but I talked to the man that create the ext selectable trigger and he told me that will be too much work modify this trigger for the ext selectable system.
    Probably in the near future I will make one that will work.
     
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