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 Post subject: Norica Airguns
PostPosted: Fri Nov 19, 2021 9:23 am 
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What is the good lines from Norica Airguns ?
Some of these airguns are prohibited in FRT because the silencer on it.

Too bad for the bullpups, there is no FRT for them.
It will usually take about 10 months to get it.

https://noricaairguns.com/norica-catalog/

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 Post subject: Re: Norica Airguns
PostPosted: Fri Nov 19, 2021 9:33 am 
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I'm curious about airgun silencers. I have a Crosman Fire and it's advertised as having ""QuietFire sound suppression technology"". But it came from Canadiantire so I doubt it's prohibited. I see Gamo rifles with very similar attachments on the muzzle on usa sites but the same models have plain looking barrels for the Canadian sites. What gives?


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 Post subject: Re: Norica Airguns
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If u put a potatoes on the end of ur barrel u could be charged for using it as a silencer


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 Post subject: Re: Norica Airguns
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 Post subject: Re: Norica Airguns
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sniper wrote:
What is the good lines from Norica Airguns ?
Some of these airguns are prohibited in FRT because the silencer on it.

Too bad for the bullpups, there is no FRT for them.
It will usually take about 10 months to get it.

https://noricaairguns.com/norica-catalog/

What do you think ?


Don't know much about them, but quality seems on par with the Cometa airguns. A few members here bought one and had very favourable comments, I remember seeing they have good triggers. I saw the Black Eagle was sold before in Canada, too bad they changed the classification. IMHO that would be nice if they'd be available again. I have an old Beeman 1040 made by Norica, much better built than the China-made later ones.

Sniper do you plan on importing them?

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 Post subject: Re: Norica Airguns
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airmec wrote:
sniper wrote:
What is the good lines from Norica Airguns ?
Some of these airguns are prohibited in FRT because the silencer on it.

Too bad for the bullpups, there is no FRT for them.
It will usually take about 10 months to get it.

https://noricaairguns.com/norica-catalog/

What do you think ?


Don't know much about them, but quality seems on par with the Cometa airguns. A few members here bought one and had very favourable comments, I remember seeing they have good triggers. I saw the Black Eagle was sold before in Canada, too bad they changed the classification. IMHO that would be nice if they'd be available again. I have an old Beeman 1040 made by Norica, much better built than the China-made later ones.

Sniper do you plan on importing them?


Yes, planning to.


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 Post subject: Re: Norica Airguns
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airmec wrote:
sniper wrote:
What is the good lines from Norica Airguns ?
Some of these airguns are prohibited in FRT because the silencer on it.

Too bad for the bullpups, there is no FRT for them.
It will usually take about 10 months to get it.

https://noricaairguns.com/norica-catalog/

What do you think ?


Don't know much about them, but quality seems on par with the Cometa airguns. A few members here bought one and had very favourable comments, I remember seeing they have good triggers. I saw the Black Eagle was sold before in Canada, too bad they changed the classification. IMHO that would be nice if they'd be available again. I have an old Beeman 1040 made by Norica, much better built than the China-made later ones.

Sniper do you plan on importing them?
I had a Black Eagle before and it's beautiful, accurate and well built.

However it's a little bit too long and odd to me which in middle to small shape with short arms to handle~ [emoji38] Mine was okay as a detuned model that I don't need to hold the very end and still able to cock it easily... But at last I let it go... :(

The only confirm I found on the Black Eagle is this beauty is not as popular as other HW, AA, Crosman Etc, so a little bit difficult to find parts and sources on tuning or servicing.... ImageImage

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 Post subject: Re: Norica Airguns
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The Marvic 2.0 has a nice wood stock and an adjustable trigger. No extra plastic junk on the end of the barrel. Clean lines. The Marvic has been around for a lot of years.

https://noricaairguns.com/product/norica-marvic-20/


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 Post subject: Re: Norica Airguns
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The Marvic 2.0 has a nice wood stock and an adjustable trigger. No extra plastic junk on the end of the barrel. Clean lines. The Marvic has been around for a lot of years.

https://noricaairguns.com/product/norica-marvic-20/


So true. I like Marvic too.

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 Post subject: Re: Norica Airguns
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They sold these in vic long ago i think it was a side lever first one i ever saw

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