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**** Where's The New TM9X's ???????

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Barry C. Roach, Jul 9, 2009.

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  1. Barry C. Roach

    Barry C. Roach Well-Known Member

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    **** Where

    I've been waiting to see one of these. If I was going to buy a new gun right know the TM9X would be it.
    Is Perazzi selling them or are the rumors of their demise true?
     
  2. Barry C. Roach

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    sorry "now"
     
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    Barry,

    I handled a TM9 at the Texas State Shoot in Amarillo Wednesday. Gray's Shotgun Cache just got one in and had it laying on his table. Fantastic wood, especially for a P-Gun. It did not fit my long hands at all and I soon put it down, but for someone who has normal hands I am sure it would be fine. He has it and it is gorgeous. Try: www.shotguncache.com/

    HBT
     
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    Barry..........At the Pa State shoot a TMX9 was on display with Hi Grade Shooters. This gun ALSO had very nice wood and I liked the way it looked and felt. Did I buy it?? No.....I am waiting for a "lefty" TMX9 that is on order. RUN'EM
     
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    Dan at Giacomo's had a couple come in but they were presold. He is hoping to have a couple at the Grand. Give him a call to see when the next ones are coming in.

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    There was a shooter in VA last weekend with a TM-9X. He let me play with it a bit.

    If you like the old TM guns - you should like this one. The rib starts high in the back and makes for nice, heads up shooting, and tapers down to the muzzle. Adjsutment is easy. Trigger was tpyicall P-gun crisp. The trigger release button used to remove the trigger from the reveiver doubles as a safety when pulled backwards.

    Nice wood - deep bluing - swung nicely - smoked targets. The one I handled had a fixed full choke.

    Picture a TM gun with an aftermarket Money Maker adjsutable rib and you pretty much have the new "X" gun.

    Joe
     
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    **** Where

    What kind of price did they have on the TM9X??????????
     
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    The guy who had the new X-gun noticed I was shooting my new KX-5. He asked why I had switched from P to K when I made my purchase. I said becasue I could buy 2 KX-5's and a bunch of shells for the price of the new X-gun - and the KX has an adjustable trigger.....

    All good - it is a very sleek gun.
     
  9. Barry C. Roach

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    Thanks all. Doug Gray had a price on his site. Much less than $11,000.00. There's a grand difference between the fixed and the adjustable ribs. I would also be interested in a used one or the older TM10, which is basically the same gun as the TM9X.
     
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    You know,the TMX sold for $5400 when discontinued. Perazzi soaks us, he wants more for the adj. rib while Bowen wants less, he says it is cheaper to put on an adjustable rib and they cost almost the same. You can buy a good TM 1, under $2000., send it to Moneymaker for a good adjustable rib $750. then a stop at Wenig for under $3000 for a really nice stock. Top it off with a stop at Giacomo for $400 rebuild. Probably less than $6300.
     
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    So that's 2 KX-5's and $400 left over for shells.

    Joe
     
  12. Barry C. Roach

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    The adjustable rib version is pricing out at $8,000. I wont pay that. I'll wait 'til there is a used bargain out there. Or not. I thought they'd be more in the range of an MX15.

    It's just that I have a cramp in my handicaps right now. You know, the old trapshooters itch.
     
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    A TM-1 with a Moneymaker rib=TM9X. I sold one at the PA State shoot for $1,800!!
     
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