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Perazzi DB 81 GREAT GUN

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by ONEDOLLARBILL, Sep 4, 2011.

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  1. ONEDOLLARBILL

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    I just recieved a Perazzi DB 81 From an add on TC the Gentleman was one GUY HUNGERFORD If the rest of the Country would just act as he! Everything he said he would do he did! The GUN came over packaged but I was happy for that ! The Gun it self is FANTASTIC !! Took it to the range yesterday and went 149 straight ! Bottom Line if you ever have the chance to do business with him rest assured it will go smooth and be evrything he says it will be ! Thanks GUY ! Couldnt ask for a better DEAL !
     
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    Based ont the location of thsi thread, t must be for sale...

    Eh?
     
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    If so, I would think there would be a price increase, after that kind of success.
     
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    Sounds like a happy customer reporting in on a purchase. I too had some recent dealings with Guy, and too will confirm that he's a 'stand up guy' (pun intended) and stands behind his immaculate gear. Wouldn't hesitate to do business with him.
     
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    All the comment means is that a guy can make a little error and get jabbed in the ribs. His thing is minor. I use these things to bump things up. lotta guys do
     
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    Bill. I have owned and shot 2 DB81s. Adn they both shot LOW.Lower than 50/50. Harlan Campbell even took a poke with one at the pattern board and it registered a full pattern below the cross hatch. Really. I sold that gun the following week after the clinic. BTW. I recommend Harlan's clinic. the main thing I like about it the most is that he teaches you a new TECHNIQUE. I can spot a Harlan clinic grad from the sidewalk. When guys ask my advice I tell them Campbell methods will work for them.

    I bet your DB81 is tops!
     
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    Interesting, I've got three of them and they're all 80/20 or more. I can change it of course with comb height, but never had any of them (two more have come and gone) that approached 50/50.

    Harlan's always been a Kgun guy hasn't he? Maybe he was trying to make a point at the time.

    Looking at the record, it looks like Guy Hungerford has been back at the 27 for roughly 20 years, although I have no idea what he shot to get, and stay, back there. The DB81 that he had for sale a few days ago was a 29.5" o/u, and the pictures looked great - obviously some happy camper stepped up...
     
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    Harlan hasn't always been a K-gun guy.He shot doubles with a MX-3 for twenty years!
     
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    Guy is a class act. I met him when he first started shooting then I moved to Texas. I really miss that Sacramento group.
     
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    IM sorry if I put this in the wrong place just happy and wanted to let all know Guy used me right ! I did step up and glad I did !
     
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    Thanks for the nice words.

    Haven't shot much trap since the Sac club closed.....ZZ's and birds these days.

    BTW....I shot a pair of 97's at Sage Hill to make the 27....must have been 1992-3 or so. I remember my first hdcp at 27 was something like 83.....murder!
     
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    Guy

    What's harder zz or 27 yards?
     
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