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I was looking through the Perazzi catalogue checking out their engraved models. Wow! Beautiful guns. I know - pretty doesn't break targets, but I have a question: The various engravings are identified starting with the letters SCO. What does SCO stand for? This is your Sunday morning minutia question.
 

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SuperCostlyOverpriced

Hope that helps.

Cheers,

Jerry
 

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To the best of my knowledge S=Sovrapposto(Italian for U/O)...'O'=Oro(guessing Italian for fancy)...don't know the 'C', but my wife says it's because I CAN'T have one. Cheers-Graham.
 

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25 years ago I asked Mr. Perazzi the same question. He did not answer, instead he dropped the trigger group out of the high grade unit he had in his hands and smiled. I guess he was referring to the gold washed internals inside one of his fabulous creations. Ray
 
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