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    Zoli

    Anybody bought, or knows someone who has , one of the Zoli 1900 rifles.
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    Perhaps someone saw them at the Sika show , just after an opinion.
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    Looked good, I've own a few of their muzzle loaders and they've been nice rifles.
    Boom, cough,cough,cough

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    The one I have seen was a carbon varmint type in 308. Very heavy. Don't know what model but I'm pretty sure they bought the old Husky tools.
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    Thanks guys, yeah Kiwi, I'm sure they are basicly the old 1900 model in new clothes.
    Should be fairly well made I suspect.
    It's the Pro s or Classic/Alpen lines I am looking at, have a catalogue here and they look good, but......
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    If they were made with Husky tooling I would be interested as well

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    Bavarian Lux in 30-06....

    Dont know about the tooling Jeff but they are defiantly 1900 designs...
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    Had a look at them in Hamils Tauranga they have a Battue and a sporter , they seem very well put together with a smoooooth bolt throw. I think someone from katikati is bringing them in .

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    Also, only one I've been able to find yet.
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    The guy at the Sika show said a review was about to come out in Nz Guns and Hunting. Very nice rifles but certainly not a bush hack

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    Just not sure of that stock design, the hogs back thingie never worked before for me. this was my Husky which I sold, damn my eyes

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    Got bush hacks hillclima, looking for something that's classic comes with a straight stock, will shoot, and to keep my Sako Deluxe company. Except I'm looking for a 7mm or 300.
    Heard about the review coming out, hope it's better than the Mauser 12 with the enemic handloads.
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    That looks like the Pro s Nor west
    talking to the guy now.
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    If you're after classic then will fit the bill, some very nice engraving on some models. I found a couple of the stocks weren't shaped well for me and scope was to high which I've never had before

 

 

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