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WTB: PERAZZI DOUBLE RELEASE TRIGGER

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by Trap2, Jan 2, 2010.

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  1. Trap2

    Trap2 Well-Known Member

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    I'm looking for a bottom barrel first double release trigger for a MX-8. Must be in excellent shape. Blueing not important, but must function perfectly. Prefer a Precision, Allem roller release, or Reitz release. Will consider all, depending on condition and price. Please PM me or post reply here..... Thanks.... Dan Thome (Trap2)
     
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    There is a ton of double release triggers the out there. Just got emailed on 15 different precision gold double release triggers for sale. Just a little pricey for me. Don't know if precision triggers are worth the money? How much better can they be than a factory trigger or a factory trigger converted to release by allem or bowen etc?
     
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    This is in internal selectable

    You guys know me. This is a good trigger.
     
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    Jack..... Any idea what the set and release points are? Is this a Reitz or a Kerry Allor trigger? Thanks... Dan
     
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    I think Jack's P4 double release with selector is a great buy.
     
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    Joe. you are prob right. But I cna de-flange th ehammer in under a minute wiht a Dremel too. I forget if it has new or old hammer.

    Dan. Pretty normal sets and releases. I can send ti to you to try it if you like.

    P4 internal selectable are rare. This one shoots well. Although I am not using it fo rDs.

    This is not a Reitz, or a nelson or even an Allor... It is a "Wilkin"

    Really!
     
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    Yah-ah.

    I hve this triggers sibling. Dot' need two.
     
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    Dan-o. Buy it. You cannot lose money on this deal. Thsi trigger becomesf a pull in 10 seconds. NO tools req'd. Best design I'v seen. Clicky and confident. Has dropped in several MX guns wihtout a hitch.

    You have dibs till tonight.
     
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    Jack..... Check your PM...... Dan
     
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