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WTB Perazzi MX8 Trigger Group

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by sukhoi26, Jun 16, 2010.

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  1. sukhoi26

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    Looking to buy a selectable trigger group for an 80's vintage Winchester import Perazzi with type 4 forearm. Looks like my 14 year old wants to start shooting bunker trap so I'm setting up my gun for him. E-mail or call Mike Rinker 731-796-0849, take the x's out of the email address. Thanks, Mike
     
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    Why selectable for bunker??
     
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    I had heard that international shooters shoot top barrel first and on my 31.5" barrels the top barrel is fixed .016 constriction, so I could shoot top barrel first then choke bottom with .030? and have a better second shot.???
    However after talking with Mr. Bullard yesterday I purchased a 29.5" barrel choked .019 in the bottom and .030 in the top and another standard bottom first trigger group for a spare so hopefully will be set up for bunker... I feel that shooting the bottom barrel first will give you a better chance on the second shot due to the recoil being directed more into the shoulder, Although, I doubt that it will matter to most shooters. Mr Bullard is a good salesman!!!:) No longer needing a trigger group...
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    Mike
     
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