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perazzi mx8 older style

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by red hammer, Aug 31, 2011.

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  1. red hammer

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    mx8 perazzi older style imported by ithica 32 inch barrels all original on gun stock has adjustable comb up down sideways/kick ezz pad barrels are im / xf ? a really nice shotgun call for more imfo 2109212803//2107718311 danny 4000.00 sorry new at this the picture dont do justice tha bluing is really nice
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    If you want better photos, don't photgraphy dark objects (guns) on white backgrounds as you meter will read the white and underexpose the gun.

    Best way is to take put the gun in the shade and take it's photo on a grassy background -- why grass? It's the color equivalent to a 14% grey card. Make sure you set yout white balance to "shady".
     
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    The gun elsewhere would probably sell closer to 3K. Do you have a go to price in mind?
     
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    WHAT IS THE PRICE
     
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    Must be a type 3?

    Regards from Iowa

    Gene
     
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    Or early type #4
     
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    Did Ithaca import Early MX8 type 4s?

    Regards from Iowa

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    Yes, I have a 1978 Ithaca #51,4xx they started at around #51,242
     
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    That could easy be a $4K gun if there were enough info in the advert to sustain it. Lotsa pix are the key - thousand words etc

    JMO of course

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    Charlie thanks for kind words some people make judgements before they even no what there talking about
     
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    My MX 8 , Ithaca Model , Ser. # 52XXX, 29.5 " Barrels.
    Purchased in Fall of 1979.

    Joe Woods/Ontario
     
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    Red Hammer --- is it a Type 3 or Type 4. No one is going to come up with 4K if they don't know what they're buying. If you aren't surem just take a photo of the screws that hold the fore-end iron and fore-end together. If's it a Type 3 the screws will be in the middle of the forend and if it's a Type 4, they will be a the rear when the fore-end attaches to the receiver.
     
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    A type 4 in this condition would be worth what you are asking


    That is why it is important

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    There is no screws in bottom of forearm there for I guess it must be type 3. It is for sure a type 3 thanks for the help
     
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    This is how you distinguish type III & type IV forend attachments.


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    The pictures don't do justice
     
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    And the anwser is --- Type III.
     
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