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perazzi new style locking question--

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by GunDr, Dec 15, 2010.

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  1. GunDr

    GunDr Well-Known Member

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    It appears the retaining pin drifted to the left and freed the lock mech.

    You should have been able to see the pin extending out to the left?

    Doug
     
  2. decimamas 54

    decimamas 54 Active Member

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    The problem of the retaining pin drifting away from the lock mech is very common giving the shooter some problems. For this reason I desidee to make a new pin with an edge making the problem solved.
    Starting at the end of January I will supply these pins free with purchase of a set of firing pin.
     
  3. Steve W

    Steve W Well-Known Member

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    What was the original question?
     
  4. PerazziBigBore

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    Marcello.. Thank you for making this part.. No one wanted to do it..Anyone with a Perazzi MX series PFS stock will need this pin sooner or later... I'll be in Monte San Savino on the evening of the 16th.. Hope we can get together... All Good.. Mike
     
  5. PerazziBigBore

    PerazziBigBore TS Member

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    By the way..This would be a $30.00 pin if Perazzi made it..
     
  6. Trapshooter

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    I epoxyed a peice of wood inside my PFS grip to solve the problem.
    Todd
     
  7. PerazziBigBore

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    Todd.. That also works.. but a few shooters have stocks that have to much missing wood in the neck.. not a good flat surface.. maybe oil soaked to boot.. This pin will eliminate all problems.. It's on my need to do list .. My hat is off to Marcello..
     
  8. Barry C. Roach

    Barry C. Roach Well-Known Member

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    I'm lost what is the issue? Where's that pin on a Perazzi?
     
  9. Steve W

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    I see, it's the retaining pin that supposedly flush against the wood.

    Marcello's new pin will certainly solve the problem with or without using the PFS.

    When it comes to parts needed for Perazzi or other Italian shoguns, I've not found anyone better than Marcello. Watch for his new products early next year.

    Mike, maybe you should talk to him more often, he speaks perfect English.
     
  10. decimamas 54

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    you are right in this case but my problem is "how can I charge people $ 7,00 UDS for the pin and $ 12,00 USD for shipping cost from Italy to USA?"
    The shipping cost from Italy is very expensive for this reason I decide to add this article with and order on the set without charge.
     
  11. Don Rackley

    Don Rackley Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    I've often wondered why the pin did not have a small shoulder, but I know it's easier and cheaper to machine a straight pin out of pre-sized stock.

    Marcello has the shooting public's interest at heart and from what I have seen everything is high quality and reasonably priced.

    He is an asset to our group.

    Merry Christmas Marcello and thank you for your clever parts!

    Don Rackley
     
  12. decimamas 54

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    Thank you Don and Merry Christmas to you too
     
  13. Ed Y

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    When my son-in-law's pin was sliding side to side with his PFS stock, we cut a piece of drill rod, long enough so that it couldn't move between the cheeks of the stock. Problem solved.

    Ed Yanchok
     
  14. PerazziBigBore

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    At the Grand.. I saw everything from 2 pennies inside the stock.. to longer pins.. Marcello's pins would be the best way to do it.. for if you had to change stocks..there is no change.. It's the best system.. round and round.. His firing pins are excellent.. I would suggest EVERYONE order at least 1 pair of pins..and get a free pin.. The price is right..and the correct fix..or at least best in my book..is FREE... You just can't beat that...All Good.. Mike
     
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