Zoli Introduces New Z Series Trap Gun
The Z Trap action is machined from solid forgings and utilizes the proven Boss-type locking system. This robust lock-up is married with special recoil lugs machined on the barrel monoblock and fitted into the bottom of the action via EDM machining. The resulting system of Boss lock and fitted recoil shoulders eliminates all recoil pressure from the hinge pins. The system is so strong Zoli guarantees the Z Trap to go over 100,000 rounds between locking bolts.
The Zoli Z Trap stocks are carved from select walnut with fine checkering and semi-gloss finish. The Z trap stock is a full pistol grip trap stock with palm swell and adjustable off-set comb for drop and cast. The standard length of pull is 14.8" to a .7" rubber pad. The removable trigger group has .5" adjustment fore and aft, and with a standard 1" pad the stock length will extend to over 15".
The Zoli Z Trap is available in 4 standard grades plus full custom with sideplates and custom dimension stocks. Starting at $5999, the Z Trap comes with 4 choke tubes, stock wrench, and premium Negrini lightweight air travel case.
Although the Zoli family has been in gun making for over 200 years, Antonio Zoli founded the current company immediately after World War II. The company started making side-by-side shotguns from hammer forgings. The production of shotgun/rifle combination guns and express rifles earned ZOLI the reputation for quality and barrel precision that are now synonymous with the name Antonio Zoli. Towards the end of the past century under Paolo Zoli's new management the company embraced one of the most challenging O/U projects ever. It was called "Revolution 4" and led to the creation of a new, World Class series of models: the Corona (rifle/shotgun combination), the Focus (over and under rifle), the Expedition (smooth-bore field O/U shotgun) and the Z Sport (Sporting, Skeet and Trap O/U shotgun). ZOLI decided to provide every gun with the technical features typically found only in high quality firearms produced in small volumes or custom guns. Production methods have dramatically changed over the last 60 years. Most traditional machines have been replaced with technologically advanced pieces of equipment. But, after 60 years the art and craftsmanship of gun making and devotion to quality is still what makes a Zoli worthy of the name.
For more information call Antonio Zoli North America at 585-394-1271 or visit us online at www.zoli.it.