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Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by nitro 100, Feb 25, 2010.

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  1. nitro 100

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    Rick,
    Would you please send pictures? Thanks.

    Jerry
     
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    Assuming by the pics that it is not an adjustable LOP R.A.D. What is the LOP with each of the included pads?

    Also, is there any wear on the trigger gaurd & opening lever. Or any gun rack rash on the stock & forearm in finish but not into the wood?

    Thanks. Ted
     
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    I have sold a gun to rick and talked with him over the phone and have to say he is one of the good guys out there and thats rare these days. thanks rick tom ketchum
     
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    rick979 just a question that proves my actual Perazzi ignorance. What is the the difference between a TMS and a TM1

    Bob Lawless
     
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    Dollar for dollar, pound for pound, the most value I've seen in an SBT in a long time posted here.
     
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    Although I know as little about Perazzis as Bob, I believe that the difference between a TMS and a TM1 is a removable trigger, but I am by no means sure.
     
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    Rick, you have to get me into this? :)

    TMS is a TM1 with factory coke tubes (forget what you read elsewhere).

    To save the next question, "TM1 Special" is a TM1 with P4 trigger.

    As for what's P4, ask Rick.
     
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    Ship it Rick...Ship it !!!!!!!!!!!!

    Smok'n Joe
     
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    Kinda like "Day of our lives"
     
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    " Like Sands Through The Hourglass, so are the.........." I guess I'm not the only one that watched this stuff before cable!
     
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