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Who Owns Perazzi

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Boxbirder, Apr 10, 2011.

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  1. Boxbirder

    Boxbirder Member

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    Doing a little surfing today I read Beretta owns or part owns Perazzi now. Is this true or rumer mill?
     
  2. Rich Bullard Jr.

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    It is not true, just a stupid rumor that does not need to be perpetuated by this thread.


    Rich Bullard, Jr.
     
  3. Steve W

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    I just want to repeat two words Rich just said, "Stupid rumor".
     
  4. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    Your best bet is too be a "stockholder" of a Perazzi. Get ahold of one and shoot the hell out of it.
     
  5. Steve W

    Steve W Well-Known Member

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    It did, partially, after Daniele found out it was a mistake, he couldn't deal with big corporation's bureaucrats, he got rid of them.
     
  6. Sam M

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    Wow, Seemed like an honest question but some of you folks are pretty touchy about the subject. What Gives? I own a perazzi also and was also interested about the answer.
     
  7. BAD 303

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    DP would love to be part owner of Beretta now i bet. They could show him how to solder mid ribs in that won't fall out each year.
     
  8. lovethesport

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    All I know for an absolute fact -- it is not me -- very unfortunately
     
  9. Brian in Oregon

    Brian in Oregon Well-Known Member

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    I was going to guess... Cerberus?
     
  10. lostandout

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    maybe they could make a trigger that you didnt have to carry extra springs for when you go to shoots
     
  11. PerazziBigBore

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    Perazzi has made huge strides forward starting the sideribs farther forward then they were in the past.. The trigger question.. if taken as such is only said by a fool.. The winners circles around the world are littered by shooters who have become part of the Perazzi family..and have not found it to be an issue.. Most shooters who are not totally cheap.. change springs on a regular basis...usually before they break.. A small price to pay for such a dynamic shotgun.. The $47.50 Dan charged for a yearly inspection is as inexpensive as it comes..

    Beretta bought a fairly good size piece of Perazzi... later Mr. Perazzi bought it back.. It is now 100% in the family.. Perazzi has added some new things to its product line..

    time will tell if any smaller company can exist in todays enviroment..I wish all of them the best..

    Long live Perazzi.. the gun and the company has been very kind to me..and i'm a nobody.. Perazzibigbore.... Mike
     
  12. W.P.T.

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    If it wasn't for Perazzi, I would be shooting a Winchester Model 12 ... WPT ... (YAC) ...
     
  13. PerazziBigBore

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    YAC.. for me a model 31 Remington would be my pump of choice.. but I can see your point of view.. In either event.. the Perazzi is easier for me to work on..and I have part on hand..
     
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    good to see you posting Mike,


    Rick
     
  15. Steve W

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    Mike, I agreed. Model 31 is IMO a smoother pump gun, or even better made.

    Yes, Perazzi came to America when most shooters were shooting Model 12s, few Superposed, and Auto 5s. All good shotguns served well for us, but Perazzi introduce another level of shotgun making, and wining circle around the world, it's the choice of those who can choose anything they want.

    For those who heard issues of flat springs, bet you never knew how much it takes to maintain a Ferrari to became the most wining cars of the F-1. :)
     
  16. pheasantsgalore

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    Long live Perazzi.......long live Perazzi Big Bore !!!!!!!!

    Nuf said.
     
  17. BigM-Perazzi

    BigM-Perazzi Well-Known Member

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    I never met a Perazzi trigger I didn't like....
     
  18. Jawhawker

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    I always view with interest the remarks made towards Perazzi triggers and most likely few who do have ever owned one! While I now shoot Beretta, I still own Perazzi and for close to two decades shot them exclusively. As stated its easy to change springs and when a kid I hardly ever did and furthermore rarely dropped the hammers. Still, seldom had to replace unless it was desired. But as others stated, periodic maintenance prevents any failure. If more non perazzi owners actually changed springs out, rather flat or coil as a scheduled maintenance plan, they might just find out how much it adds to successful target execution.
     
  19. Hap MecTweaks

    Hap MecTweaks Well-Known Member

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    Martin, speakin of executing clay targets,, good job breaking that 98 in handicaps my friend!! Do it a few more times!! Congratulations on a job well done!!

    Hap
     
  20. Conn. Man

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    Martin,

    Yes sir,thats a fine score!!!!!!!.Keep up the good work,go get those singles and pairs now.TAKE NO PRISIONERS. !!!!!!!.

    Sandy Holehouse.
     
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