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I'm getting out of the trap game and selling my Perazzi MT6.

Forcing cone lengthened, all numbers match, LOP 14 3/4", Unsingle is 34", Double is 31 1/2" with hard case.

Fixed chokes, unsingle is .700, double top is .700 , double bottom is .735

Asking $3500.00 Plus shipping and insurance.

PM if interested and questions.

Thanks for looking

Ugo


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These numbers are measures at the muzzle about an inch and a half or so in I have not way to measure the constriction.

Single is .700

Double Top is .700

Double Bottom is .735

I'm posting more pictures.

Thanks

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So it obviously looks like it has Baker Big Bore barrels. Looks like a super nice gun. It also looks like it has the sleeve for the firing pin holes, which is another good thing. Next thing your going to have to measure is the bore diameter, not choke, but bore. Best of luck with your sale, looks like a nice clean gun:0)

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Thanks Bryce,
Not sure who to ask about the bore here we don't have a shotgun guru here any longer...
I just know if I do my part it smokes targets...
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Did you measure the chokes with a bore gauge or calipers?? If you measured with a bore gauge just keep going on past the choke. Best of luck with your sale, it looks to be very nice:0)
 

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I compared the measurement .700 to another shotgun I own that is marked full on the barrel.

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It looks to me like they originally were tubes, maybe made permanent.
 

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Correct triggers are fixed. That's how the chokes were when I purchased the gun about four years ago, never felt the need or tried to mess with the chokes. I just shot it maintained it and crushed targets and in no time I was smoking 25 & 50 straight and an occasional 100 at local meets and socially on weekends. It's been a safe queen about the last year and a half. If I were to guess I would say I put less then 3000 rounds thru it.
 

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Their coil springs were fine, good triggers. Since you've upgraded the pictures it's a Baker for sure. They were a very soft shooter originally, I assume this one is more so. Nice shooter for someone.
 

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Hey Rich Bullard - if he can't find a reputable 'smith couldn't he just go out and pattern it to see if it's shooting like it's been reworked to .755 bore with .005 Skeet choke? At least he could find out how loose - or tight - it patterns and get an idea of choke size that way.

Just a thought.

Rich
 
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