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WTS Perazzi type4 Heavy Barrel 29.5

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by ct-artdealer, May 11, 2013.

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    I've got a 29 1/2" type 4, heavy barrel 12ga that came as part of a two bbl set. I had AnglePort thread the bbls for chokes(Beretta Optima Extended) and port both bbls with his best pattern. Originally going to use for Sporting clays but I don't shoot anything but 5-stand a couple times a year. I want $2750 for the bbl with FREE shipping to your door (lower 48). Charlie (860)889-4901
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    NEW PRICE $2625, That's $2,000 for the HEAVYWEIGHT BBL and $625 for ANGLEPORT'S work with (5) chokes included and FREE freight
     
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    The weight marking is (KG1820) , the chokes are 2-CYL, 2-SK, 1-LM and these are Beretta-optima's. I don't have an inside micrometer so that's the best I can give you. Also, the barrels are so tightly spaced that the guys at Angleport said only a straight sided choke if extended or you would have to use one flush choke or the knurling would hit. I used the "CYL" for skeet, and "Skt" choke was like an Imp Cyl. The "LM" choke was the long distance only on the 5-stand course. I only shoot skeet now and have been using a 7/8oz load so I don't need the Heavy BBl. I purchased the gun with two bbls from Pacific Sporting in CA and I'm sure they could give you more on the bbl weight if I'm not making sense. Thanks, Charlie
     
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