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Old 01-22-2013, 03:14 PM   #311
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Huh????????? What was used for that purpose?????
This was really used in early colonoscopy proceedures in the early 20th century.
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Stevens bicycle rifle. You are missing the wire rifle stock.
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Stevens bicycle rifle. You are missing the wire rifle stock.
I have it, not pictured.

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This was really used in early colonoscopy proceedures in the early 20th century.
Never heard of that, where did u learn that interesting tidbit of info?
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If you want us to quit guessing...
Clintonelli?
Obamanelli?
Pastanelli?
Lol. It's a Perazzi MX8.
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Lol. It's a Perazzi MX8.
I thought you said it was an expensive top of the line gun. Not even close. I did check on some of the better Perazzi guns. Top of the line guns are $25k and up.
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i like that beefy full pg stock forsure!
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I thought you said it was an expensive top of the line gun. Not even close. I did check on some of the better Perazzi guns. Top of the line guns are $25k and up.
That one is (well I shouldn't say only) about $7500 new I think. I figured if I said top of the line Italian gun maker, people would think Perazzi, then realize it is the MX8. Perazzi has a few guns in the $25000 range.
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Huh?????????
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pg is the abv. for pistol grip.
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ok...here we go again.....

by the way, if anyone has one, i want to buy it!
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