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Perazzi Parts Available Still

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by whiz white, Nov 14, 2008.

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  1. whiz white

    whiz white Strong Supporter of Trapshooting Banned

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    I still have a few parts remaining here for the Perazzis, that I received direct from GMParts in Italy.

    I have:<BR>
    * 2 complete Trigger Parts Kits @ $120 each<BR>
    * 2 Internally Selectable Trigger Kits @ $110 each<BR>
    * Several Leaf Spring Pairs @ $52 a pair<BR>
    * Individual Leaf Springs (running low as of today) @ $26 each<BR>
    * Several Locking Acton Blocks in 3mm, 4mm, and 5mm @ $99 each<BR>
    * Many Firing pins & return springs for the newer Perazzis @ $30 each<BR>
    * Several Firing Pins & Return Springs for the older Perazzis @ $35 each<BR>

    Everything carries a 1 year warranty through me or Marcello in Italy.

    He has decided to manufacture TM1 firing pins.

    If interested, email me. I take VISA, M/C here at the shop and PayPal at this email address.

    Whiz White<BR>
    P/W Distributor<BR>
    605 341-4412<BR>
    email: whiz@swsupply.com
     
  2. whiz white

    whiz white Strong Supporter of Trapshooting Banned

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    As of this evening, I am down to one Internally Selectable Trigger assembly, and very few leaf springs. I can not believe how fast all these items were picked up.

    I have two parts kits left and several Actioni Locking Blocks.

    Whiz
     
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    Perazzis love attention! LOL

    Time for another order, Whiz!
     
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    whiz white Strong Supporter of Trapshooting Banned

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    It's kinda like drag racing...

    You can take the family car on to the strip and it will probably make many runs before it breaks, but take a motor turning 9,000-10,000 rpm's and they require some maintenance.

    I know, I've broken many engines.

    Whiz
     
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    Good comparison!

    The Perazzi is a Ferrari on the Clay Target field. They are like a beautiful woman who loves guns AND is a great cook. They are worth the trouble. LOL
     
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    whiz white Strong Supporter of Trapshooting Banned

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    Amen! I have always felt that some folks who think they break down often have never owned one. And, honestly, that's good... makes the competition unfair.

    ;-)
     
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    Got my set of springs in yesterdays mail and they look great. I broke the bottom spring on my MX-14L last year and used my spare. I fell much better with spares in my shooting bag. Thanks Whiz!

    Jim
     
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    whiz white Strong Supporter of Trapshooting Banned

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    The Post Office moved right along on the shipment it appears.

    Enjoyed talking with you on the phone. Good luck with that MX-14L. I still can't shoot mine so will put a top single on it. I have to get rid of it because it is such a pretty gun and wood.

    Whiz
     
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    whiz white Strong Supporter of Trapshooting Banned

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    I received an email from Marcello Guiliani in Italy today regarding the parts issue for Perazzis, and it goes along with my earlier thread in comparing a famil car motor to a highly developed racing motor.

    In essence Marcello says this: "You don't want your shotgun to breaks parts and that determines when you replace them (we call that "Forced Maintenance"). Anyone in industry knows this as a fact of maintaining hardware so a break down does not mean a shut down... it's either preventative or forced maintenance.

    Marcello goes on to say: "Everybody does tune-ups, changes oil, filters, etc, and they don't wait for the engine to spin a bearing to do it."

    "Peoples should do the same things with their Perazzi's; and now that prices for parts 'is more than good.' A half of a year should be the time to change (for a normal shooter) all the springs. Usually in Italy we don't wait for the gun to break down. We know that Perazzi needs more care than the other guns but have somethings that the other don't have: THEY WIN THE OLIMPIC GAMES."

    He says it all. I know when I as heavy into drag racing, I always pulled the pan and checked the bearings before every single race, and other parts as well. I didn't want to haul a car 400-500 miles to compete, only to see it break down. Racing is hard enough on the car and motor, and I wanted to win, not lay on my back fixing things.

    Whiz for Marcello
     
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