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Who can fix factory Perazzi case?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by loanman, May 13, 2012.

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  1. loanman

    loanman Active Member

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    I have a Perazzi factory case and the velcro strap that holds the stock and receiver has pulled out from the case. I know this is a common problem with the factory Perazzi cases. who out there has had to get this fixed and who do you recommend to do it?

    Mia, I know you are the case man. any suggestions?

    thank you in advance
     
  2. Avaldes

    Avaldes Well-Known Member

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    Might try a high end car upholstery shop. They have lots of adhesives for interior fabrics and are skilled at sewing.
     
  3. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    Loan. I could fix any of this stuff, but it is too timeconsuming.

    But... BUT, let me tell you this... Next case you get with a good strap, DO NOT tighte the strap, Just overlap it enough to relieve a bit of the pressuer adn let at least 50% of the pressue be absorbed by allowing the reciever to rest against the separater. The reason the strap tears loos is that the momentum of the recvr/stock ters loose the strap as you drive down theroad. here is one more, take a shop cloth adn stick it int the receiver area so hat the recvr does not move. Easy stuff..

    In the mean time... I hae this case for you. Price going up in a month.
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  4. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    I'll get my gun in gun case adn show you what I do. You do not need a strap. shop cloth works great and it is always usable too. I'll get my gun andcamera. Be back shortly.
     
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    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    Notice I use a second cloth to keep stuff form getting jumbled up. and too notice how loose the strap is. The no damage anywhere to this case and the shop cloth gets the credit.

    And you do not need a strap. Just get some new shop cloths.
     
  6. Steve W

    Steve W Well-Known Member

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    The strap is riveted on the inner shell of the case, you'll have to completely separate the inner shell to reattach the strap with new rivet.

    If you don't might the look, use the black foam came with the case to keep receiver shifting in the case.
     
  7. loanman

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    thank you for your input

    Jack, thank you for the recommendation

    I appreciate it
     
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    No big deal to put a chrome headed rivet through the inner and outer shell, looks nice, works great, and readily replaceable.
     
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    I also went with the rivot method
     
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