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WTS PERAZZI DB81 34" SINGLE (PARTING OUT)

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by rhymeswithorange, Apr 9, 2011.

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  1. rhymeswithorange

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    Saw this gun today at St. Charles, its a beauty.

    Dave Eberhart
     
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    How much for the wood?
     
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    You can't go wrong dealing with Tommie, his stuff is always nice and priced fairly!
     
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    I wonder if the Ironworker gave him a break, shooting the games yesterday. Or did he liberate him from his money?
     
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    Nobody gets a break at Maywood, those guys are tough!!
     
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    Ironworker did it again!
     
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    UP FOR TOMMY
     
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    up for a nice gun
     
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    Nice looking wood but that's what you expect from Phil.
     
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    Tom, Any idea what the POI is on your gun?
     
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    Beutiful gun. someone better pick this one up quick
     
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    Bump for a sharp gun
     
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    I shot this gun last week at the St Charles Club. It crushes targets from the 27 yard line. Pleasant recoil even with HDCP loads. Beautiful wood and comfortable palm swell. Reciever is better than new. Tried to negotiate a deal for cash and a superb O/U, but broke a trigger spring on the pn the O/U on the 15th shot of a test fire round.

    This DB-81 is as described and worth more parted out than what it is listed for. A pleasure to shoot and I'm sure it is available to test fire locally.

    If you're looking for a great Annie gun...HAVE AT IT!
     
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