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Perazzi Left Hand Stock With Adjustable Comb

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by Jerry B, Sep 28, 2012.

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  1. Jerry B

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    Left hand stock and matching forearm for Perazzi MX8 and others with removable trigger. Has a Larry Weinenger installed adjustable comb and 1" Kickeez pad. The wood is gorgeous but it is not a perfect show piece. It has a couple handling marks and has had a small professionally repaired crack (someone tried to bend it).

    I believe it has a LOP of about 14 3/4. I have a couple other spacers to incluse as well. PM for any more photos or questions. I don't any longer have a Perazzi here so I can't measure on the gun but will provide any other information I can.

    I have $1,500 in it. Sell for $1,100 OBO.

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    Left hand palm swell and about 1/4 " cast-on
     
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    Jerry, beautiful stock set, is adjustable comb able to be moved side to side or just up and down, and is this a factory stock or other maker. Thanks Ed.
     
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    Hi Ed,

    The stock was a custom. I do not know the maker. The comb adjusts side to side as well as up and down.
     
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    Sold...Pening funds.

    Thanks
     
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