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Is anyone familiar with a Zoli trap mod. can't remember if it was a 280 or 800 series gun. This is an O/U with adjustable comb. Looks a lot like the Z-90. Thanks in advance for any input. Steve
 

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Steve ,

I'm sorry that I can't answer your question but if you are considering a Zoli Trap Piece , I have a 34" Verona MonoTrap that has only been test fired . It IS nice .

Charlie Neal
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Charlie, thanks for the reply,but the reason I was asking, is,that I saw this gun in a local shop the other day and they were asking 600 for it. Just wondering if that was reasonable or not.

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Steve, they use to be ahrd to get parts for. In fact, they were non existent...

If I truly had by some mysterious reason, fallen in love with this gun, I would try to buy it for $500 tops.
 

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Thanks, Martin. That pretty much answers my question. Don't believe I'm even close to being that much in love with it. Have a happy Thanksgiving.

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Zoli's are very nice guns, and Coles in Maine is a big distributor of Zoli. They would have any parts and can perform any repairs. $600 might be a very good deal for that gun. I would do some more research. Good luck.

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Steve: I'm far from an expert on the "Zoli" guns. However, if I am not mistaken, the guns manufactured by Antonio Zoli are quality guns. The guns made by Angelo Zoli were a much cheaper grade of gun and I believe they are out of business. I'm guessing the gun you are interested in is an Angelo Zoli gun. I would be kind of careful and investigate this if you are still interested in purchasing it. Ed
 

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Ed, I think you are right about the two Zolis and their quality, but this one does have Antonio inscribed on the bbls. I think some just had A Zoli, which could be misleading as to the maker. I am going to try to do some more checking on it today if it's still there? Steve
 

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If memeory serves me correctly....when the Angelo Zolis first came out (late 70's?) they had a habit of occasionally doubling. OK on Singles and Handicaps...but an unpleasant surprise when shooting Doubles!

They were gorgeous guns, but everyone that I knew got rid of them after shooting doubles.
 

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Did a little more checking. This is what I have. 30in Mod. 208 trap,fixed chokes, adjustable comb, palm swell and Terminator pad. non-adjustable trigger for lop . Stamped on the bbls--Gardone V.T Fiocchi of America,Springfield Mo. Is it possible that Fiocchi is importing these guns????

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"Is it possible that Fiocchi is importing these guns????"

No. Not for quite some time.

Before you do this, call Cole's in Maine to find out if they have repair parts.

I have a newer (circa 80's) Zoli "Ritmo".

Absolutely love the gun, but parts are getting hard to come by.
 

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I had two of the Antonio Ritmo's (sold one to someone on TS.com) that I bought from a retired distributor in 1990. They had 32" barrels and fixed choked full/im. mod. Excellent gun, never any problems, and shot about a 80/20 high pattern with a high M/C stock. Came in a nice Zoli hard case. These were inported by Fiocchi. Parts can be obtained from Batchlders Master Gunsmiths in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Absolutely solid guns.
 

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jimx200

Thanks for the tip.

Last I checked, Cole's did not have hammer springs for my Ritmo last time I wanted to replace them.

I did find some that would fit from Wolff springs, but I had to cut them to get them to fit.

Luckily, my Zoli uses the same firing pin arrangement as their new Z-guns, so those parts will be available for a while.

Will have to give Batchelders a try if I need any parts that Cole's doesn't have.
 

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Thanks Tim and Jim. Jim, any idea what these sold for new and what would be a reasonable price for one in approx 95% condition (without case) would be?

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Steve
 
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