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PERAZZI BLUE FLAME SPECIAL!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by walnutmaker, Oct 27, 2008.

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  1. walnutmaker

    walnutmaker TS Member

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    How would you like to shoot your Perazzi, and look like a rock star? This set is for sale with matching forend. Simply spectacular in person.

    Phil Simms Stockmaker
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    I love good wood on gunstocks, but this is nice! :^)

    What do they fit, and what type forend? PLEASE show the forend.
     
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    Phil, This is awesome. Gotta have a 98 average to walk on the line with somethig like this, or, "Keith Richards takes up trap shooting, quits Rolling Stones, moves to Redlands, CA". gyrine
     
  4. walnutmaker

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    The forend is a perfect match with the buttstock and is a beavertail trap type. Stock fits Perazzi Hi MX-10 or the new 2005 high adj rib. It has rh offset 1/4" with rh palm swell 14 3/4" lop with the awesome new Pachmayer XLT super soft pad. This is a really nice set of wood. Thanks Phil
     
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    Nice job, not boring. I have a Perrazi stock striped by Von Dutch..not!
     
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    How much we need a price!!!!
     
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    Phil, No offense, but why would you do that to a nice piece of wood? Was it ugly when it was blond? It looks like it had nice grain.
     
  8. walnutmaker

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    Jakearoo, Have you ever thought that someone just might like something different than anyone else? We did it as a novelty. Ray Stafford can shoot a blue gun---- so why not? It really is pretty in person. $1850.00 inc'l ground shipping! Thanks guys Phil
     
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    is that a paint or a stain? just curious
     
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    WOW - FANTASTIC!

    I had a local artist paint up one of mine back in 76 for the BiCentennial. It was done in the American flag motif. I really liked it and tried to get him to do another, but he's retired and in bad health.

    I had him coat the wood prior to applying the white paint background so I dould refinish it if I wanted to do at a later time.

    Whiz White
     
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    skeet man that is probably a dye. I do this type finish and use an automotive candy finish dye that is used in tinting clears to make candy paints.

    Phil, not trying to hyjack your thread!

    Mike
     
  12. walnutmaker

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    Mike, It is indeed an aniline dye--pretty potent stuff. It looks equally awesome on maple burl-- something I happen to have lots of! My old friend who's no longer with us Bernie with B.C. Rich guitars told me about it many years ago. Good luck Phil
     
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    Phil I like it! Almost makes me want to buy a Perazzi just for the stock.

    ec90t
     
  14. Kevin Fleming

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    Beautiful - reminds me of a Pail Reed Smith custom. Can you do pearl inlay? ;)
     
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    To Kevin--No problem with the pearl inlay-- already have the pearl. Just dream up the design. I can't wait! Just kidding! Fact is I ALMOST went to work ten years ago for Bernie at B.C Rich guitars. No kidding! Phil
     
  17. walnutmaker

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    This set of wood will be at the spring grand in Tucson for sale. Look for us from Thursday on -------- vendors row near the clubhouse. Come by and see for your self and make me an offer! Phil Simms
     
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    wish it would fit an old TM1, I like that finish!


    Rick
     
  19. headhunter

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    I wouldn't be caught dead with that in my hands....What a waste of nice furniture. Sorry!
     
  20. chipking

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    Phil That is fantastic. There will always be opinions and mine is that you have enhanced what is already a beautiful piece of wood. I am assuming that this began as a blank. I can also picture the same thing in Remington STS green or candy apple red. How much to turn some of your walnut burl into a fitted Kolar stock and forearm in STS green.

    --- Chip King ---
     
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