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WTB: Perazzi Olympic Bunker gun.

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by gc4895, Nov 2, 2005.

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  1. gc4895

    gc4895 TS Member

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    I am looking for a used Perazzi Olympic bunker gun. I will consider either fixed chokes or changeable. Also, barrels must be shorter than 32". I am not looking for any kind of a fancy one so engraving, gold inlay or expensive wood a clear negative. I am looking for a gun to use, not hang in the safe. Thanks!
    Mark
     
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    gc4895 TS Member

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    Light barrels (less than 1.6kg) and tight chokes (if fixed) also a plus.
     
  3. ace

    ace TS Member

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    Look into the MX12 also while you're at it!.......Shoot Well!
     
  4. gc4895

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    Thanks for the replys so far. I'm still looking. Let's narrow this down to an MX-8 or maybe a Mirage with 29 1/2 inch barrels (prefer weight 1.6kg or less), plain wood, and prefer Improved modified/full or extra full chokes. Screw in chokes fine. Also, rib no higher than 3 or 4mm. Just your standard old fashioned bunker gun. That's all. Somebody must have one of these in the safe collecting dust!
     
  5. gc4895

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    Thanks for the replys so far. I'm still looking. Let's narrow this down to an MX-8 or maybe a Mirage with 29 1/2 inch barrels (prefer weight 1.6kg or less), plain wood, and prefer Improved modified/full or extra full chokes. Screw in chokes fine. Also, rib no higher than 3 or 4mm. Just your standard old fashioned bunker gun. That's all. Somebody must have one of these in the safe collecting dust! It's not a good ATA gun so kick it out.
     
  6. jakearoo

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    Why not just get a flat rib 29.5" barrel and put it on your receiver? Isn't that the beauty of Perazzi? Jake
     
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    You have mail.
     
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