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Perazzi comp1 o/u type II

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by groundpounder, Sep 2, 2007.

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  1. groundpounder

    groundpounder TS Member

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    Greetings to all,

    I just purchased a clean Perazzi comp1 o/u with serial number range in 34,xxx, which i believe is type 2. Welcome any comments on the gun from guys that have shot one like it or are still shooting it. It has 34 inch barrels, f/im no porting or chokes. I plan to use it for doubles. tnx in advance
     
  2. groundpounder

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    correction 32 inch barrels -
     
  3. jakearoo

    jakearoo Active Member

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    flat rib I assume? Jake
     
  4. groundpounder

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    hi, its a stepped rib,
     
  5. groundpounder

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    Tnx for the great info, yes the barrels are original - measured out to extra full on the top and tight modified on the bottom. all original, even the stock. the trigger is OLD, and will need to be checked. tnx again,
     
  6. hagar85

    hagar85 TS Member

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    Had one of these about 20 years ago. Sold it for nice profit to a live bird shooter who wouldn't leave me alone until he got it. I have regretted it every since. It was the best doubles gun I ever owned, before or since. Barrels were very tight choking, as these guns were uilt to shoot live birds. Get a new style trigger, and enjoy your gun. Good shooting.
     
  7. skeet_man

    skeet_man Well-Known Member

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    I may be in the market for one of these guns in the distant future, why does one not want to use the original trigger?
     
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