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Hi gang.

            My pal bought a Perazzi skeet gun in 1981 and has put thousands and thousands of cartridges through it.

            He has also shot Olympic skeet for England on several occasions. 

             Well today a firing pin snapped. I told him it was shoddy workmanship and he should take it back and complain 😂.

              What do you chaps think ?.

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22 minutes ago, samboy said:

Hi gang.

            My pal bought a Perazzi skeet gun in 1981 and has put thousands and thousands of cartridges through it.

            He has also shot Olympic skeet for England on several occasions. 

             Well today a firing pin snapped. I told him it was shoddy workmanship and he should take it back and complain 😂.

              What do you chaps think ?.

i rekon if he wrote a letter to Perazzi (toungue in cheek)...plus gun number ..history

i bet he would get a nice surprise from Perazzi...

 

my mum had for donkeys year a blue Barbour...and after many many years of wearing ..the elbows rotted out and the brass poppers were weak and the zip was going........she sent it back to Barbour with a nice letter   telling them where and when she bought it....

when she got it back ...it had TOTALLY been rebuilt...........cost.........NO CHARGE........

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1 hour ago, samboy said:

Hi gang.

            My pal bought a Perazzi skeet gun in 1981 and has put thousands and thousands of cartridges through it.

            He has also shot Olympic skeet for England on several occasions. 

             Well today a firing pin snapped. I told him it was shoddy workmanship and he should take it back and complain 😂.

              What do you chaps think ?.

no words,just this 🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄

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On 23/06/2024 at 17:48, samboy said:

Hi gang.

            My pal bought a Perazzi skeet gun in 1981 and has put thousands and thousands of cartridges through it.

            He has also shot Olympic skeet for England on several occasions. 

             Well today a firing pin snapped. I told him it was shoddy workmanship and he should take it back and complain 😂.

              What do you chaps think ?.

That wouldn’t happen if he had a baikal 😃

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I have a Beretta 686s sporter that was one of the first in Uk 1984 and I had problem for the first time last year. Pin went so had an overhaul and tighten and is as good as new. Had thousands of shot through it over the year so did not claim under warranty 

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On 23/06/2024 at 18:16, ditchman said:

i rekon if he wrote a letter to Perazzi (toungue in cheek)...plus gun number ..history

i bet he would get a nice surprise from Perazzi...

 

my mum had for donkeys year a blue Barbour...and after many many years of wearing ..the elbows rotted out and the brass poppers were weak and the zip was going........she sent it back to Barbour with a nice letter   telling them where and when she bought it....

when she got it back ...it had TOTALLY been rebuilt...........cost.........NO CHARGE........

I doubt they'd do that now, having shifted to the fashion world.

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22 minutes ago, Penelope said:

I doubt they'd do that now, having shifted to the fashion world.

similar thing happened to me with my soveriegn steel studded boots...i sent them back to Birmingham to be restudded and have a buckle replaced.....sent it with a nice letter....got them back  ...new soles ...new studs...2 new buckles...£7.50....(price of the postage)

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On 28/06/2024 at 12:34, Penelope said:

I doubt they'd do that now, having shifted to the fashion world.

Still owned by the family and still refurbing the wax jackets. A good documentary was on tv about them. 

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10 hours ago, figgy said:

Still owned by the family and still refurbing the wax jackets. A good documentary was on tv about them. 

one of the interesting things was the various items found in the pockets of Barbour jactets to be mended........think they started a little gallery...

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 1981 was about the time I first saw Perazzi guns. I believe they were possibly the first to manufacture multi choke shotguns! Over 40 years of trouble free use is something rare,my Beretta 687mc is 35 now with no faults yet.

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On 23/06/2024 at 18:16, ditchman said:

i rekon if he wrote a letter to Perazzi (toungue in cheek)...plus gun number ..history

i bet he would get a nice surprise from Perazzi...

 

my mum had for donkeys year a blue Barbour...and after many many years of wearing ..the elbows rotted out and the brass poppers were weak and the zip was going........she sent it back to Barbour with a nice letter   telling them where and when she bought it....

when she got it back ...it had TOTALLY been rebuilt...........cost.........NO CHARGE........

I should have thought about that when the top lever spring on my 1880s Purdey bar in wood hammer gun broke! Might have got a new gun 😂 

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On 23/06/2024 at 18:16, ditchman said:

i rekon if he wrote a letter to Perazzi (toungue in cheek)...plus gun number ..history

i bet he would get a nice surprise from Perazzi...

 

my mum had for donkeys year a blue Barbour...and after many many years of wearing ..the elbows rotted out and the brass poppers were weak and the zip was going........she sent it back to Barbour with a nice letter   telling them where and when she bought it....

when she got it back ...it had TOTALLY been rebuilt...........cost.........NO CHARGE........

A mate of mine bought a Barbour Solway at a Game Fair one July, used it hard coastal ‘fowling for the season and in March sent it to Barbour for reproofing. They declined the job as they considered the coat to be too bad for economical repair!

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2 minutes ago, London Best said:

A mate of mine bought a Barbour Solway at a Game Fair one July, used it hard coastal ‘fowling for the season and in March sent it to Barbour for reproofing. They declined the job as they considered the coat to be too bad for economical repair!

staff change i rekon....mums coat was terrible,,,as i said it came back new.........i believe the sovereign studded boots i have ....no-one will restud them now.....they were done in Birmingham ...then somewhere in scotland....dont know where now...

it all comes down to the bottom line now unfortunatly

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