View Full Version : Need A Barrel Set For Perazzi

October 11, 2001, 08:24 PM
Last month I was shooting a round of clays with my perazzi MT6
and suddenly the gun spitted a choke tube (top). when I reached to see what had happened , I realized that there was a crack of almost two inches all the way to the muzzle.

sent it to a gunsmith and fixed the crack and re-threaded for the chokes which fit fine but I´ll never have the same trust on the gun until I have another set of barrels, by the way perazzi.com is one way of loosing time.
where can I find a set of barrels for this gun?

keep blasting!

October 11, 2001, 10:11 PM
Chances of finding Perazzi barrels other than from Pirazzi: About the same as finding a mint in the box Winchester 1 of 1000 1873 rifle at the local pawn shop for $100.00.
Try to find a Pirazzi factory authorized repair center, if such exsists

Bam Bam
October 11, 2001, 10:49 PM
Have you tried the want ads in Gunlist? What about the Double Gun Journal or Shooting Sportsman? Those mags have websites too. Good luck.

October 11, 2001, 11:07 PM
I take it you reside in Mexico. If I am correct then you may be able to contact Paxton Arms in Dallas TX. Paxton is a major dealer in high grade guns and probably can get you a new barrel.

Paxton Arms
PO Box 150245
Dallas TX
214 748-2999

They are listed as a Perazzi Dealer

If it was my gun I would try to get one of the British Perazzi barrels with Teague Chokes. You might want to contact British Sporting Arms Ltd

British Sporting Arms Ltd
3684 Rt 44
Milbrook NY 12545
1 800-677-5756 or
1 845 677-8303

Talk to Charles Schneibel, he imports Perazis from Great Britain and may be able to advise you as to availability of Barrels.

BTW If you have never handled one of the "Grey" market Perazzis Charles imports from GB with Teague chokes you will pleasantly surprised.

MY $.02 as usual

Good Luck

Geoff Ross

October 11, 2001, 11:10 PM
OOps double Post :mad:

October 12, 2001, 12:27 AM
You might want to contact Perazzi USA Customer Service at


They should be able to tell you what to do.


October 13, 2001, 01:16 PM
Thanks for the input but at the moment it seems a lot of trouble getting the gun out of Mexico and into U.S. of A.

the more info the better.