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Perazzi trigger question?

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Sport-Trap, Sep 24, 2012.

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  1. Sport-Trap

    Sport-Trap Member

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    I have a non-selectable MX 15 trigger, can it be made selectable?

    or do i need an entirely new trigger group?

    thanks for the feedback in advance.

    -anthony
     
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    Yes, you can convert it to internal selectable with a conversion kit made by M&M parts.
     
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    Thanks, I should be more specific.


    I will need external selectability.
     
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    No you cannot. You would have to buy another trigger group.

    Joey
     
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    thanks Joey
     
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    Does anyone have one for sale?

    if so please send me a PM.
     
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    Go on http://www.joeletchenguns.com/

    You will see he has triggers. I have an older MX8 o/u and bought a trigger from him this year that works flawlessly. I now have the ability to swap out triggers and reverse the firing order in a few seconds. Very knowledgeable staff that you can call. I found it to be the cheapest option out there.

    Duane
     
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    I have a Allems double release externial selectable if intrested. Jake
     
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    Outside of sporting clays, why would you really even need an externally selectable trigger?
     
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    If you didn't follow the correct procedure, your gun will double with this kind of trigger.
     
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    I have heard that doubling will occur if you do not first put the saftey on. I have never experienced doubling with my trigger. I was also told that it is important to first put the saftey on to prevent damage to the internal workings of the trigger. To that end I always put the saftey on before I change barrel settings. Jake
     
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