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Perazzi trigger fitting?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by JL123, Dec 4, 2010.

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  1. JL123

    JL123 TS Member

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    Have a perazzi trigger that is too hard to remove (and insert}-- what should
    I put on it to determine where it is binding? Have tried a marker pen with
    poor results. Bob Lalor
     
  2. flabigpapa

    flabigpapa Well-Known Member

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    Have a Perazzi smith work on it...Dan @ Giacomo's has my vote ...but there are many that can Help you with this. Shoot Well..Shoot Often, Bart
     
  3. whiz white

    whiz white Strong Supporter of Trapshooting Banned

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    It can be as simple as the Trigger Plate Lock (#107) fitting too tightly.

    It can be removed, but if you've not done it, I recommend that you let a Psmith do it for you. The Trigger Plate Lock Cap (#122) can inadvertently be rotated 180ยบ and/or flipped over. Either scenario will make it nearly impossible to permit the insertion of the Trigger Plate Lock Pin (#125).


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  4. GunDr

    GunDr Well-Known Member

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    First thing to try is to remove the buttstock and check the fit of the trigger assy. Sometimes if the buttstock is not fitted correctly, it can actually pull and distort the tangs of the receiver just enough to cause a bind.

    If the problem still exists, then check the plunger as Whiz mentioned. Be sure it is fully recessed into the receiver when the "safety" button is pushed forward.

    From there....it could be a problem on the front OR rear of the housing.

    doug
     
  5. roofcutter1

    roofcutter1 TS Member

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    Try backing off the bolt from reciver to stock. If the stock is tightened too much it will cause the problem you are talking about. Bob M......
     
  6. JL123

    JL123 TS Member

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    Thanks fellas. Bob
     
  7. Ted K.

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    Roofcutter is right. I had this problem a couple of months ago and cured it by loosening the stock bolt slightly.

    Ted K.
     
  8. dospa

    dospa TS Member

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    Hi Bob, good place for info. Are you in FL. yet
    Tom mcelroy
     
  9. Shooter R

    Shooter R Active Member

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    I had that same problem with a MX-15. There were times I thought I was going to pull the trigger guard off! After a while I noticed there were 2 "bright spots" at the back of the trigger plate, where the hole for the release pin is. I used a fine file, and after trying it after every light stroke, it removed easy and was still rock solid. I'm not telling anyone to do this, it just worked for me.
     
  10. JL123

    JL123 TS Member

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    I backed off just a little on the stock bolt and "MAGIC" --my trigger inserts and removes easily. THANKS for all the good info!! Bob
     
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