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>>> Perazzi Trigger EXCELLENT CONDITION <<<

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by whiz white, Apr 13, 2009.

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  1. whiz white

    whiz white Strong Supporter of Trapshooting Banned

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    I have a customer's Perazzi MX trigger here to sell for him. It works perfectly, is in excellent condition, and the hammers show very, very little signs of firing. He informed me that this is a secondary trigger for him, and he rarely used it. Most of the wear is from removing it from him Perazzi and reinserting it. Should have probably taken a pic of the hammer faces to prove how great of shape this is in.

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    This is a hard to find dual-coil spring MX trigger that functions normally, plus it shoots mechanically as well as through the inertia block. You can fire each trigger selectively, but the neat thing is that you do not have to have inertia to fire the second barrel.

    The is a Bottom First trigger.

    I need $695 and shipping to your locale. I can accept VISA, M/C, and PayPal.

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    Whiz: I cannot see what makes this trigger mechanical. I own one like it, and mine looks exactly the same....and it is not mechanical....would like it to be though.
     
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    This trigger is built such that the "tree" releases itself and permits itself to slide in and under the top sear after firing the first barrel.

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    What is required to make the change?
     
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    Nothing is required. It simply works.

    I *just* got an email from the owner who corrected me a bit.

    He tells me the trigger has NEVER fired on a live round. He had a problem with a receiver on a gun he bought. He bought the trigger new, but could not get the second receiver to accept the trigger. So, he put this trigger in a couple of other receives to verify that his one receiver had a problem. Don't know what the problem was, but he told me he'd bought the gun and then this trigger new for it.

    He sold the gun, and kept the trigger for a while and now wants to sell it.

    Compared to a brand new trigger this one is certainly a bargain at the price I am trying to sell it for. There is absolutely NOTHING wrong with the trigger, and it easily slipped in and out of two of my personal Perazzis!

    Whiz
     
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    Nothing is required. It simply works.

    I *just* got an email from the owner who corrected me a bit.

    He tells me the trigger has NEVER fired on a live round. He had a problem with a receiver on a gun he bought. He bought the trigger new, but could not get the second receiver to accept the trigger. So, he put this trigger in a couple of other receives to verify that his one receiver had a problem. Don't know what the problem was, but he told me he'd bought the gun and then this trigger new for it.

    He sold the gun, and kept the trigger for a while and now wants to sell it.

    Compared to a brand new trigger this one is certainly a bargain at the price I am trying to sell it for. There is absolutely NOTHING wrong with the trigger, and it easily slipped in and out of two of my personal Perazzis!

    Whiz
     
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    Whiz: Possibly I was not very clear...but I'd just like to know what is required to make the change to a mechanical trigger?
     
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    Do you know anyone who will do a double release on this trigger?

    Russ
     
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    Which MX series gun will this fit?? MX3?? Thanks... Rick
     
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    will this work on a comp 1?
     
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    Trigger has been sold.

    Thanks for looking.

    Whiz
     
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