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Just got in a box Monday of Perazzi Spring Kit sets from GM Gun Parts, Teramo, Italy.

The ejector springs pairs are the long and short ones, so you can choose how far you want to throw your spent hulls back behind you ;-0!

I take VISA, M/C, and PayPal here at the shop. If I am busy or out coffeeing, leave a message and I'll get back to; you normally in minutes or the same day.



I am also posting a picture here in a few minutes of the new Cocking Bars #112. These are $50 and $3.75 shipping, of I'll combine both the above for $4.50.

Mr. Giuliani is dedicated to keeping the Perazzi and Beretta shooters supplied with top quality parts.

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Whiz: How in the world do you adjust those darn cocking bars in a Perazzi?? Every Perazzi I have seen with more than 10,000 shells on it has the same problem of the barrells not resting all the way open when you open it - they will "bounce" up just enough that the shells will not go into the chamber without you forcing the barrels to open all the way firswt? I have had no luck fixing this problem and just wondered if you knew how to do it.

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Whiz, can you get Marcello to add sear spring plungers to the kit? I have had a few to go flying when things don't go smoothly re-installing the sears.
 

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Chester: Funny you ask. After my early Wednesday morning (1:00 AM) fiasco working on a trigger, I "shot" one of these into the shop and I know not where.

See my thread about Perazzi Parts here on TS.COM. I *just* left the message.

Anyway, I called Marcello yesterday to say I need him to make some sear spring plungers. Well, he did yesterday, out of stainless steel and they are being shipped to me today. I should have them in about 10-12 days.

I also made some stainless steel sleeves that ride on the pin above the plungers. I lose them too.

Give me a call or email at the shop 605-341-4412.

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