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point of impact on sct-1 perazzi

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by lovethesport, Oct 15, 2011.

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  1. lovethesport

    lovethesport Member

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    hi__looking to buy a used one --owner says gun shoots 70-30--did perazzi makes barrels that shot high or could this be a function of the comb position---

    it is not possible for me to shoot the gun in person---
     
  2. Steve W

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    Hard to say. One person's 70/30 doesn't mean it'll be 70/30 to you.

    On a fixed rib/stock gun, POI really depend on how you mount it, all my Perazzis shoot approx. 60/40 if I see figure 8. I have some Pigeon guns with high stock that shoots 10" high at 25 yard, I can see 1/2" between the beads.
     
  3. lovethesport

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    hi steve--i agree-
     
  4. Dr.Longshot

    Dr.Longshot Banned Banned

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    Can you elaborate more on the model SCT-1 Have not heard of this model of Perazzi.

    TM-1, MX-8, Etc.

    Gary Bryant
    Dr.longshot
     
  5. shark1

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    1st, Great gun! IMHO, this is the gun that does it for me, because you can shoot ATA, flyers, Bunker, ZZ, ect. The chokes on these guns are hand finished, and the gun probably shoots approx 70/30 (pushing it, give or take). This model is AKA Comp 1. Mike Sharkey, DC
     
  6. lovethesport

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    mike--it has turned out to be a comp 1 and the seller also said it shoots 70/30 --- was the high poi built into the barrels or is it a function of the stock position
     
  7. PAR8HED

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    My old one was about 70/30. HJH
     
  8. Neil Winston

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    LoveTS, everyone selling says everything is 70/30. That's the best chance to sell the gun, after all. Why say anything else?

    The rib is flat. So that's not going to make it shoot 70/30. Look down the barrel and see if it looks bent up. (Read the rings). If not, that's not going to make it shoot 70/30 either.

    Every flat-ribbed Perazzi over-and-under I've owned, and I'm sure it's over a dozen, just shot flat with the top barrel.

    What's wrong with shooting flat?

    Neil
     
  9. lovethesport

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    neil----i prefer and wanted flat shooter 50-50--i did not buy it as the seller said it is 70/30 with a fig 8
     
  10. shark1

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    Lovethesport, I had to raise the comb with a Cheek-ezz pad 1/4". I had the beads changed speed bump center (home made), and very small front. Lastly I shoot a 13, 7/8"th LOP. Take it for what it is. Is the gun a type 1,2,3? How is the wood, (most stock originals are cracked)? Great gun, but you gotta get it right! Mike Sharkey, DC
     
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    depends on comb height and the shape of your face.
     
  12. Dickgshot

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    Did the seller tell you it shoots 70-30 because he thought that's what you wanted to hear?
     
  13. lovethesport

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    i was late in replying to the sller--gun is sold---life
     
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