Buddog. If that is jest, OK. But that gun does not have a TMX rib. NOr is the reciever original. That it says "special" is obviousbut Bernice Bangs needs to tel us what is up on that gun. The POI may be over 100%. The reciever may be polished steel and not aftermarket nickel. Be helpfull to know that stuff.
Too bad someone couldn'tget their hands on that bbl and test the POI. Could be a plus in selling that gun. Rick could be right. But at least we agree that it is unusual. Seller either walks away or chooses nto to enter the fray. Euithr way he/she is thoeonly poerson we can count on for details.
Hey Jack ( MIA ) I personaly know the owner of that TMX Her Husband is a 5 time All American ( Back in the 90's ) Her number is posted why dont you give Him a call, and let Me tell you, He knows His chit about Perazzies.. Ask for Earl...
Had a nice convo with Earl. His TMX is one of 50 that Giacamo ordered 15+ years ago. Perazzi would only make a "run" of custom ribbed guns and Giacamo ordered 50 100% high TMX, 50 100% high DB81s, and 50 100% high MX8s. Earl's gun is a standard 18.4 bbl with .035 const. The receiver is nickeled and not buffed metal.
If you are a long yardage shooter this gun could be your ticket to better scores. It is a target floater, and has plenty of pattern control for long distance. I would certainly be a candidate if not of my current MX15 project.
I have a brand new Phil Simms Perazzi look-alike RH cast-off, palm swell that would match up with this gun perfectly. For sale.