Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by funski, Jun 30, 2013.
Does anyone have any information on a TM3
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They only made 28 of them in TM-1 and TMX this is the second one I have seen there is a guy at my gun club that has one.
Nice job,Jimmy! Still looking for some history.Who,what,where,and when? How come so few?
Can someone help with a date of manufacture?
Serial # 26XX
Thanks in advance.
funski.........K.C. Lippard's perazzi book indicates 1973 "run'em"
The TM3 is not for sale, I'm trying to get any and all info. I would like to know what the proper time period case would be, that I would be interested in buying. Any one know who I might contact at Perazzi. I e-mailed Hdqtrs but received no answer. Talked to Euro-Joe and he could not find anything in his old brochures. One would think if it were a special run there would be some info.
up for Jim, who knows anyting about these?
If you cannot find anyone here who can provide the information you want, call Perazzi in Italy. I did that a couple of times a number of years ago and they were very helpful. +39 030 2696001 is their phone number. (Keep in mind the time differential.)
I have # 431. I beleive they were all 32". I have the original stock and it is a non-monte carlo. Dan at Giacomo may be of some help.
Mine is 34" and has a monte carlo stock.
Do you have the original case? I would like to know what it looks like and color.
I just may do that. Do I need an Italian interpreter?
How does a TM-3 differ from a TM-1?
Anyone know when the TM1L came on the scene?
You will not need an interpreter; at least I didn't when I talked to Mr. Perazzai. He had an interpreter. Perazzi sells a lot of guns to Americans and many Perazzi employees speak both English and Italian.
Thanks again. Will try and call tomorrow am.
I just talked to Al Kondak from Perazzi Ca. I told him I had a TM3, He explained it is a 1973 gun,
It is a TM1 with SC3 engraving, a special order, It still is an option on a TM9. It was not a special run, just an option upgrade.
Thanks for everyones help.
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