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Precision Dbl Release for Perazzi FS

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by FormerMarine, Mar 20, 2009.

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    Selling a Precision double release trigger for Perazzi for a friend. Trigger has only fired 50 rounds and put away, completely stock and unmolested. Includes case and oil. Cost $1700 new, will sell for $1300.

    Contact me at the above email address.

    Thanks,
    Bill Yost
     
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    What is set and release? What number is it. Thanks
     
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    Sorry guys but I'm not a release shooter so I didn't know the questions to ask. I will have answers for you tomorrow as well as the trigger in possession. I will take some pics and provide you with all the needed information.

    Thanks for your patience
     
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    Bottom barrel first; set- 5lbs; release 31 oz. , serial #0283

    Like I said above.....in the case with the oil and allen key with only 50 shots through it.

    Let me know if you need more info. I can send pics not too that I have the trigger.
     
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    I'm not sure.......anybody?
     
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    who cares? either seller or buyer can easily modify them
     
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    Thanks MIA......
     
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    Folks often wonder why Prcision triggers cost more. Well, it is because you are buying a whoe new unit (frame, parts, springs, and liability insurance) and with releases to boot. Are they a value? yes. Because they give you a mental edge. And the set/release numbers they have chosen are the best for the largest number of release shooters. It is one of those triggers that pays dividends to "get used to"
     
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    Thanks Jack.........I owe you one.
     
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    Ok, so I talked to Diane at Mile High this evening and she has told me that there is absolutely no reason to have to change the hammers to the new style. The calls she has received since this was posted were to change the order or to change to pull/release and new style hammers were quoted in those prices. As far as "having" to do it there is no reason to.

    Bill Yost
     
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    Diane also said that for $250.00 you can send the trigger back to them and they will go through it, graph it and send it back to you with a warranty.
     
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    TTT Any interest? I will repost pics ASAP
     
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