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Perazzi Trigger

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by twcpdc, Feb 15, 2011.

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  1. twcpdc

    twcpdc Member

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    I would like to know how cheap a trigger could be purchased. I shoot a release and was wondering about a spare for someone to try the gun out to see what a Perazzi would be like. I don't know what I would be willing to put in one just to have for some one to shoot a round. I have a spare for my TMX and I am considering it for my MX. Thanks for the info. Tom
     
  2. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    Tom. I have a top first pull bottom for $500
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  3. PerazziBigBore

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    Nice trigger Jack.. Looks like a Reitz style.. Great release.. All Good.. Mike
     
  4. rennerize

    rennerize Active Member

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    I have a double release bottom first for $795.00, made by Pachmayer.
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  5. rbmtrap

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    MIA, probably not enough coffee for me yet this morning, is the one you show pull/pull top first or release/pull top first?

    Thanks
     
  6. twcpdc

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    I would want a p/p I don't care how bad it looks just needs to work. That is the reason I have a pull for my TMX the one in it was rusty and no bluing so I was able to buy a release for about as much as to fix it up and convert it to release. Like I said it would be used only to let some who doesn't shoot a release to shoot the MX. Tom
     
  7. Joe Woods

    Joe Woods Well-Known Member

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    I think the term cheap should not be used.
    You still want a quality trigger, pay me know , our fix me latter.

    Joe Woods/Ontario
     
  8. Stl Flyn

    Stl Flyn Well-Known Member

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    Triggers are not as cheap as you are looking for. Especially if it is functionable. Look at the amount of precision machined parts there are in a trigger assembly. You would be better off buying a whole gun, letting him shoot it, and then selling it. Or better yet if he likes the gun, sell it to him. I am not being critical, just trying to be logical. Jon
     
  9. twcpdc

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    It looks like I am not being understood. My gun is not for sale and that is not what I am trying to do. I want to be able to go out with my buddys who don't shoot a lot and be able to put in a pull trigger for them to shoot my gun You take a trap out to the farm and have a good time. Not looking for cheap just trying to find out what the best price on a not petty trigger would be some time in the future. That is why I put it in discussion thread not wanted. Tom
     
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    Tom.... You may be able to find a well used Perazzi pull/pull trigger on here for $500 to $600 from time to time. A good functioning Perazzi pull trigger for your MX8 will rarely sell for less.... Just my experience.. Dan Thome (Trap2)
     
  11. PerazziBigBore

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    Dan is exactly right.. For the cost of s Perazzi trigger.. one could buy a 870/1100 Remington.. and BOTH of you could shoot at the same time..
     
  12. twcpdc

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    Thanks for the info I know that I can get a good trigger for 500 and up I just was wondering if a rough condition might come up sometime in the 300 to 400 range. I have other guns but it is nice to share shooting a quality gun with friends. I think guys like shooting something nice and enjoy shooting what they may never buy because the don't shoot enough to buy the higher end guns. I sold my MX15 because I didn't shoot enough to justifie the investment. Moved and started shooting more so went back to Perazzi. Thanks Tom
     
  13. twcpdc

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    Thanks Joey that was what I wanted to know if there was something out there that could come up some time in the future. When I get my projects finished I will start trying to find one of the old triggers. Thanks Tom
     
  14. whiz white

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    Not trying to jump into a thread to compete for a sale, but I am reminded that I have a completely rebuilt TM1 trigger. It is in supreme condition and has a new blue, new gold trigger blade, new coils hammer spring, new hammer spring guide, and a new hammer.

    It belongs to a customer who I said I would try to sell for him. He needs $500 for it. I will wipe off my fingerprints before it ships ;-)

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  15. PerazziBigBore

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    A bargain trigger is wonderful..BUT.. do you think a $300 trigger that has no issues will be $300???? I've not found one yet.. that didn't need $100 in parts.. or more.. Even with me doing the work.. most would have to pay someone $75/100 to go thru the trigger and fit and set everything.. The reasoning of test shooting a Perazzi with a trigger that is beneath the standards of this fine gun..I just don't understand..

    Depending on who's release trigger you have.. I'd consider just pulling the hooks to let a friend shoot your gun.. That will cost you nothing but a few minutes time..
     
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