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WTS - Perazzi Sporter-Exhibition Wood-NEW PRICE!

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by winmod21, Feb 14, 2012.

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  1. winmod21

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    This is a used MX2000 Sporting Clays gun with 32” barrels, tramline rib, fixed choke 0.016/0.026, 18.7 bores, barrel weight 1.55kg. Trigger has an external barrel selector. The Monte Carlo stock is a Wenig New American design with exhibition grade American walnut, matching forearm, and custom checkering. Stock dimensions: length of pull 14 3/4", drop at comb 2", drop at Monte Carlo 2 1/8", drop at heel 2 3/4". The barrels are three years old (purchased new from Pacific Sporting Arms to replace the choke tube barrels that came with the gun when bought new), and the gun was rebuilt in 2008 by Giacomo Sporting. Includes the original Perazzi hard case, all paperwork, and manuals. $6000.
    Eric Gerst
     
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    Wow, that is a really nice looking gun!
     
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    Good buy considering the wood and the age of the barrels.
     
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    That is a wow gun--
     
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    Is the 2" drop a misprint? Never seen that much on a Sporter.

    Prettiest walnut I've seen in ages. This is a real steal if you can fit into it.
     
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    I am in LOVE with that sexy Italian.

    i_shoot
     
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    how much cast is in the stock? can you take a photo from the back of the stock?
     
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    PM headed your way.

    Where are you located?

    Thanks

    Bill
     
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    The 2" drop at comb isn't a misprint. I don't scrunch my face into the comb when I shoot and this allows me to shoot with my head more erect.

    The stockfitting sheet doesn't specify the amount of cast but it does say it has 1/4" offset right and 3/8" toe out. I don't know if this photo shows you what you are looking for but here it is:


    winmod21_2012_09024.jpg
     
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    A word about the drop:

    When you watch most of the top sporting clays shooters - especially those who
    shoot an over/under you notice something that has always struck me.
    When the gun fires the gun recoils but their face doesn't jerk back like you
    see with the average shooter.

    A closer look, and you see that when they mount the gun, frequently the stock is barely touching the lower part of the cheek, closer to the jaw. I'm talking about the best shooters in the country: Jon Kruger, Gebben Miles, David Radulovich, and many more.

    My guess is that the seller is probably at least a good Master class shooter.
     
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    I shoot 1 1/4" drop. I depends on his style and build.

    But you are right about the comb barely touching the face on normal targets. With birds below their feet and rabbits, they'll add pressure to lower the POI.
     
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    Come on people! Shooting season is coming on fast!
     
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    eric could you tell us the serial number and do they match the forend iron
     
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    The serial number is 12142X. The forearm iron S/N matches that of the receiver.
    Eric
     
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