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WTB MX8 Release Parts

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by brkntgt, May 19, 2011.

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  1. brkntgt

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    I am interested in purchasing release parts, for a Perazzi MX8 style trigger. Please send PM with contact information. Thanks, Don Lowden
     
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    $695 complete shipped to your door
     
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    Does this trigger fire the top or bottom barrel first?
     
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    Gold trigger fires bottom first.
     
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    FYI: Release parts are NOT generic. There are TONS of variations and all will require a "triggersmith" to work correctly or at all. Just buy a trigger that has already been converted or send yours off to a 'smith.
     
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    rick979 is correct...there are no release trigger conversion "KITS" or do-it-yourself component parts. While Perazzi trigger assemblies are interchangealbe, release hooks and parts are not.

    A good release conversion for your MX trigger will cost you $550 or more and take up to 30 days to have the work completed. I suggest you keep your original trigger ORIGINAL. When it comes time to sell the gun, ORIGINAL is more desireable and more valuable. You can always sell the release trigger with or without the gun. By the way, this trigger along with the original trigger came with the gun that my friend purchased. He does not shoot a release which is why he is offering it for sale.

    I think most people will agree that the purchase of a trigger assembly that has already been converted is a better decision, and this is a steal at $695.
     
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    Don Rackley Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    Don,

    Above posters are correct, there are no release trigger kits. There are many opinions about release triggers, Allems is one of the best. They are still in business and will stand behind their work.

    Don
     
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    sorry...the trigger has been sold
     
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    I have a very nice Precision double release for 950 if interested. William 830 469 2265
     
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    SmokenJoe, who made that release?
     
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    Rick,

    I've seen quite a few of these, but there are no identification marks that I can find. It's a very nice smooth and versatile design that works flawlessly.
    It came as an extra with a gun a friend purchased.
     
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    It looks like a "Skeet" Sammons conversion. They do very good work. Jimmy Borum
     
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