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Perazzi Trigger

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by tabunger, Jun 24, 2010.

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  1. tabunger

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    M Series Perazzi trigger, bottom barrel fires first.
    This is a new trigger, never used. Asking $600.00.
    Call Tracy at 408-739-2033.
     
  2. Michael Neitzel

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    I just purchased a Perazzi MX3 (not a special).
    Current trigger fires top barrel first.
    Can you tell me if your trigger will work in my gun?
    Thanks.
     
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    It will not
     
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    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    Trigger is spoken for
     
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    bump for referenc only. Trigger sold
     
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    "Subject: Perazzi Trigger
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    Jack,

    Why will the trigger not work in the MX-3? It will work, but will fire the bottom first....correct??"

    Yes
     
  7. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    Well, it will not work if trying to shoot the 34" bbl. That was my point.

    A new tree is about $100 by a smith. A selectable is about $175.
     
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    It will work for the single...top barrel if you take out the bottom barrel cocking shoe. That's what I do with my top barrel gun.
     
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    Rick. go to the head of the class. I keep forgetting about hat.
     
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    Yes,You take out the foot & it then shoots the top bbl first even if it normally shoots bottom/top. This allows you to use the top single. You put your O/U bbls on & put the foot back in & shoot the under bbl first then the over bbl. A selective is best because you are not fooling around with parts that can get lost. Some combos came with two trigger sets. O/U & then U/O & were so marked in front of the trigger guard.
     
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    And then you have to remember to put the flippin' shoe back in...something I just can't seem to do.
     
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