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Side rib for MT6 unsingle

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by bigd62, Jul 15, 2013.

  1. bigd62

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    I have a nice older MT6 combo set with a unsingle barrel and I am looking for a side rib that mounts to the barrel with two allen screws. The rib is about 12" long and about a half inch thick at the thickest part. It basically is just to fill up the space between the barrel and forearm. Sent an email to the perazzi web sight and they no longer have these parts. It looks like it is made out of some kind of hard plastic. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Dan
     
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    Dan, looks like Bakelite or somethin similar. Why not take it apart and epoxy it together, you should be able to make the repair invisible..

    How have you been shooting? See you at the Grand?? Joe O.
     
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    Thanks for responding. I have been shooting pretty good still getting use to the gun. I have done just that but was wondering if there was anyway to replace them. Thinking about having them made out of aluminum or steel that way I know they would last. I really do like the way the gun shoots and the release trigger is the smoothest I've ever shot. Hopefully I will see you at the grand.