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NSXER,

I've pulled the trigger on one a few times and find it to be a quick responding/pointing gun. The dynamics of the gun is breath taking, but a little too quick for ATA targets. This gun is made for Bunker shooting.

The better all-around Perazzi would be a MX-2000-3 (3 notch). I really like the aspects of how this gun handles. Definitly more versatile than the MX-2008.

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I bought a new MX-2005 and really did,t like it . A real bear in the wind can,t put it in a gun rack just so easy to cant a real pig to handle Did I say I did,t like it ???????
 
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wbill,

Perazzi says the MX-2000/3 can be adjusted from dead flat to 80/20. I didn't have enough time to see, but I think it is very possible. This could very easily be a one gun for all.

I find the sighting plane on the MX-2000/3 much more friendly than that of the MX-2008.

Now if I could find an extra $10K lying around I'd be in business.

ec90t
 
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