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.
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
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
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.
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????
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.