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NEW TYPE OF FIRING PIN FOR PERAZZI

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by decimamas 54, Jan 28, 2011.

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  1. decimamas 54

    decimamas 54 Active Member

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    Next month we will start the production of these new firing pins.
    They are made of special steel and heat treat like the factory ones. This way will not damage your receiver.
    The front part will be tytanium nitride coated.
    The advantage of this design is that you can replace only the part that might get damaged without changing the all pin saving you some money.
    The cost will be for the set $ 40,00 including springs.
     
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    Hello Marcello, I would guess the shank portion of your new pin design is soft steel.
     
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    decimamas 54 Active Member

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    Hi Toolmaker, the steel that I use is 39 NiCr Mo3 and we heat treat at about HRC 35
     
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    I saw these pins last week when Marcello and I had lunch.. Really GREAT design.. and ultra high quality..
     
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    I'm a Perazzi New-be. Are all the piring pins the same for all models? Thanks, Dave T.
     
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    Marcello explained the design to me over the lunch table two weeks ago, my first thought was it sounded like an expensive proposition, but somehow my dear friend made it amazingly affordable. Again.

    To answer DTrykow's question, the O/U models share the same type of firing pins within top & bottom , only the bottom pin has newer & older configurations to match their hammers.
     
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    what do you mean by damage on the receiver?
     
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    Hi Marcello
    Quote: "You can replace only the part that might get damaged"
    Will you be able to buy the part seperate? and how much will they be?
    Custer
     
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    To Ioanman: when the firing pin is too hard in time will ovalize the hole where the pin slides in.

    To Custer:yes you can buy each part separate and the cost is $ 10,00 not matter if it is the front or back
     
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