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For Sale.... Perazzi pigeon gun. Its a prime example of on the the earliest Perazzi's built. Serial number 31140 makes it the 140 Perazzi built. Sat in some guys safe unfired for 40+ years. Two stocks. All numbers match. Truly an prime example of a hand made Perazzi.

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Price..... $3750

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For a Perazzi collector.. this is one of the rarest of the rarest.. Almost impossible to find in this condition.. and a fantastic price.. If i had the extra $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ right now.. it would be SOLD.. Hope it finds a good home.. All Good.. Mike
 

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This is the original Perazzi. Its a fine hand made example of one of the earliest of Daniel's great guns.
 

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MOP---- Don't understand you comment. Yes the forearm is different from a Type 4 but all the rest of the parts are available. Sure... you crack the wood and you have have to have one made but thats true with just about any Perazzi thats not the latest Type 4

EuroJoe.... Some people shoot longer barrels and some don't. Mr Perazzi one asked why Americans shoot longer barrels at Olympic Trap. He listen to the explanation then said why do we Americans want to handicap ourselves to shoot better.

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Look what dominates live bird and bunker shooting.. It seems to be barrels 30" and shorter.. You just have to get to a faster moving target quicker.. Longer barrels work.. if they are light enough.. Very hard to find in America.. Now.. with Sporting Clays and Bunker comming on strong.. The shooters in the know.. DEMANDED faster.. more dynamic barrels.. and got them..

While I reserve my 27 5/8" Perazzi barrel for Olympic trap.. Kim Rhodes shoots a 26".. and she'd done extremely well with them.. In another life I might match her worst scores..

In the case of this Perazzi.. probably 95% of it is hand fitted.. It's perfection at its higest leval..I wish I had the money... just to own it..If it never fired another shot.. it's a piece of history..
 

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Hi Tom,just a question regarding the serial number. In Mr. Lippards book it states Type 1's start at serial number 30,000 in 1966. If your gun is serial number 31140, it would be the 1,140th gun made, not the 140th .I may stand to be corrected here, so if anyone can update me on Perazzi numbers I would be gratefull. Still a very nice gun either way Tom, respectfully,Donald.
 
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