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Perazzi MX2000 vs. MX-15 vs. Beretta DT-10 - WTB

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by jdsfarms, Jan 23, 2010.

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  1. jdsfarms

    jdsfarms Well-Known Member

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    You should shoot them all and then decide,I love my DT-10 but they are not for everyone,heavy and built like a tank and will swing different than your 682.Jerry
     
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    "If you must spend some money to satisfy your desire, buy whatever sings to you. Don't compromise."<br><br>
    Fair point - just because something else is a good deal, I don't want to be wondering later, "why didn't I just get the P-gun?"


    "I love my DT-10 but they are not for everyone,heavy and built like a tank and will swing different than your 682"<br><br>
    Heavy as in barrel heavy? I shot a 10lb TM1-Special yesterday that felt much lighter than my 682. As a result, it was "lively" yet absorbed much of the recoil.
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    Any other thoughts? Anyone else have similar guns for sale?
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    What POI do you shoot? The MX2000 will only shoot 12" high, the MX15 will shoot 15" (100% high) with a fig 8 bead set up.
     
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    A couple of questions:

    Do you shoot doubles? If so, a combo may be the way to go.

    Is prompt service important (usually not, until you need it)

    Have you shot an unsingle enough to determine if it is really the way to go? Personally, I much prefer a top single, particularly if it has a decent rib.

    What about a high rib gun? Is that important?

    As a consideration, the Guerini high-rib combos are often in that price range. Very good guns with great service,warranty.

    But,if its a question of a Perazzi vs. a Beretta, I'd take the Perazzi. Must be a reason why they significantly outsell the DT-10s.

    WNCRob
     
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    IMHO it really is a personal choice. I had an MX 15 unsingle, when I bought my DT 10. The DT 10 fit me like a glove and I have never looked back. I believe the DT 10 to be a more reliable gun, I have never had any indication of "spring" problems. It was more difficult to get a PFS grip for the DT 10, but everything else has been "no problem".

    Shoot everything you can...then make a choice.

    JON
     
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    Thanks for the feedback.

    I shoot 90/10. I do shoot doubles a lot. Previously owning a CG Magnus combo, I would consider going back just to the unsingle - didn't like the O/U.
    However, CG prices have gone up and I don't want to pay what they're selling for.


    I'm leaning toward getting a dedicated unsingle for singles/HC and keeping my 682 Gold E O/U for doubles.
     
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    I'd do the MX-15 just encase you need the higher POI. You can also add an O/U later if you wish. Be patient and try these guns if you can before buying. Weight, feel, and swing are hard to determine by just picking one up.

    Good Luck.
     
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    To answer your question the dt-10 is barrel heavy and therefore swings very smooth at least for me,and you won't find a more reliable shotgun.Jerry
     
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    Your stock determinate the POI, not the rib.

    Adj. rib with out adj. stock will not change POI, it only keeps the same sight figure after you adj. the stock.
     
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    "Your stock determinate the POI, not the rib.

    Adj. rib with out adj. stock will not change POI, it only keeps the same sight figure after you adj. the stock."

    Agree - just entertaining the comment.

    Similarly, my 682 (with no adjustable rib) is able to shoot 90/10 because of the comb height.
     
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    Congratulations, that's a beautiful gun. And a good price too.
     
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    Nice. Good luck.
     
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    Good choice, that is one sweet trap gun! What kind of recoil device is on it?
     
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    Beautiful guns...gorgeous cat!

    bluedsteel
     
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    Beautiful guns....I didn't know you could still buy red recoil pads.
    Rob
     
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