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Perazzi MX Release- Pull Trigger Bottom First

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by bikerjohn, May 20, 2013.

  1. bikerjohn

    bikerjohn Member

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    Great Condition MX Release- Pull Bottom
    First, New Inercia Block for light loads
    Asking $775.00 + Shipping
    Call John-585-303-8765

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  2. plaw

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    Who made the release on this trigger?
     
  3. bikerjohn

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    I don't know it looks like a copy of bowman it works very good I had Danny at a shoot install larger inertia block so I could shoot 24 gr if you have questions call John at 585-303-8765
     
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    no that is not a bowen or a bowen copy. the bowen release hook operated off the lifter tree. doug hubbart gunsmith
     
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    Doug do you know who converted it it works geat thanks john
     
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    I've seen them all now.
     
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    no i have not seene this one before. sort of a cross of an allem and the one that had a micrometer stamped into the hook. cool that it is adjustable for timing/engagement. doug
     
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    Interesting note: See the bottom hammer? It is old style with the "web" on the side.The trigger has been used with new style pins and chipped off the web. Those hammers can be used with new style pins, but you need to file off the web. If you do not you not only damage the hammer but the cattywhompus strike on the firing pin wears the firing pin hole abnormally.
     
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    Price reduced to 695 shipped
     
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    John : I,am going to take it for the price you said in the p/m. Check has gone out..Ray