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Perazzi trigger removal...

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by 8 Straight, Aug 25, 2011.

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  1. 8 Straight

    8 Straight Active Member

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    I just got a used Perazzi MX3, but have no info booklet with it. I have had the trigger in and out a number of times, but am wondering if I am using the correct procedure. Is it best to remove and replace the trigger with the hammers in the fired or unfired position? I want to head off a problem before it happens.
     
  2. vpr80

    vpr80 Active Member

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    Ditto. I uncock them and release the top lever for storage.
     
  3. Allen-MX8

    Allen-MX8 Member

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    I release the hammers for storage on my MX-8.

    However for removing the trigger group, (right or wrong), I have always done it with the hammers cocked! No problems have been experienced.

    I really don't know which is the best or which is recommended by the manufacturer.

    Allen
     
  4. roofcutter1

    roofcutter1 TS Member

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    Hammers cocked for out, hammers uncocked for in! Bob M......
     
  5. Rastoff

    Rastoff Active Member

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    It doesn't matter.
     
  6. miketmx

    miketmx Well-Known Member

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    I used to use snap caps to release the hammers and save the hammer springs. I figured there was a chance of cracking the stock near the tang by bouncing the butt stock on the ground with unknown force to flip the inertia block so now I just remove the trigger with the hammers cocked and relieve the springs manually. I do keep my thumb on the hammer until it is released.
     
  7. 2oneight

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    Miketmx: no need bounce the buttstock to flip the inertia block, Just click the safety on and off and it will change over to the other barrel. Also, don't think it matters whether you remove trigger with hammers cocked or not; never had an issue either way.
     
  8. OldGoat

    OldGoat Well-Known Member

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    Technician at Giacomo's advised to always remove and/or replace the trigger into the receiver when/with the hammers uncocked. Seems to work much easier than when they are cocked. Best Regards, Ed
     
  9. mx8dave

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    I'll go with the old goat,,,MX8Dave
     
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