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Offline Frank

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New Norica Storm .177
« on: November 15, 2010, 05:07:27 PM »
Received my Norica Storm .177 today. Came in fine condition, plastic wrapped, double boxed.  Put a dry patch through the barrel several times, which did not come out very dirty. Checked the screws, a bit loose, just needed snugging.
Zero'd it best I could with the open sights at ten yards. Ended up with about a two inch group with ten different pellets. That tells me it is not to pellet fussy.
After about a hundred pellets I shot through a chrony.  It averaged 864, High avg 902, Low avg 831.
The trigger is very nice, smooth, easy and crisp.  I like the balance too, easy to handle.
It is much better than my Walther Force 1000 the clone of this rifle.
Recommended? Yes!
Frank, North Central Arkansas, USA

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Re: New Norica Storm .177
« Reply #1 on: November 15, 2010, 07:16:58 PM »
Congratulations, I see that as partner purchased a rifle Norica Storm, welcome to the club, big gun ;) :D
this is the Norica Marvic gold are the same mechanical parts, the only thing I like about them is the gun washers are plastic, otherwise perfectly
greetings
« Last Edit: November 15, 2010, 07:23:29 PM by viento »

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Re: New Norica Storm .177
« Reply #2 on: November 15, 2010, 09:36:57 PM »
Thank you Viento for the welcome to the club. My first day with the Storm was a pleasure. It is about the best rifle I have had out of the box. It grouped the pellets, did not shoot them all over the place. Just had to adjust the sights to move the group to the bull. I almost did not get the Storm as I have a Walther Force 1000. But glad I did as the Walther DOES NOT COMPARE.
Thanks for the parts picture. Why the two main springs? I have two other Spanish airguns from two other makers, but my third one so far is the winner.

Thanks.........
Frank, North Central Arkansas, USA

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Re: New Norica Storm .177
« Reply #3 on: November 16, 2010, 04:19:25 PM »
Viento, No Comprende...   Frank
Frank, North Central Arkansas, USA

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Re: New Norica Storm .177
« Reply #4 on: November 16, 2010, 05:02:50 PM »
Fnash Hola, Buena Compra, los dos Resortes es la comparacion, Una Vez Más utilizada despues de 1.000 disparos, Una Mirada Más o Menos vale la Peña El Dinero Manos EE.UU.que en España, Que suerte!. dados Usted Que Usted TIENE Fusiles Otros Españoles, supongo Gamo, sin Con SE PUEDE Comparar con la tormenta, Usted PUEDE Pisos Con Materiales El Cometa de Con Precisión y Calidad, Este Es TIENE Ahora fusil Que la Evolución de Marvic Oro es VENDIDO en Su País Bajo La Marca y BeemanS1000 Ahora la China Copia de Tecnología de la Fuerza de Modelo 89 y Beeman GS1000
Puedo compartir el bosque, este es el pistón
Aquí tienes.Te saludo amigo de las Naciones Unidas ONU

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Fnash Hello, Good Buy, the two springs is the comparison, once again used after 1,000 shots, More or Less A Look Worth the Money Hands EE.UU.que in Spain, that luck. given you that you have Spanish Other Rifles, Gamo suppose, without with is comparable to the storm, you can Flooring Materials With Kite with precision and quality, This Is Now Has Evolution rifle Marvic Gold is sold in your country Under The Brand and China now BeemanS1000 Copy Force Technology and Beeman GS1000 Model 89
I can share the forest, this is the piston
Here tienes greeting a friend of the United Nations UN
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Bmk-26.22
BAM -B40 .177( Vortek tuned)
BMK-40 .22
Norica 80G.177( my first airgun year 1978)
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Re: New Norica Storm .177
« Reply #5 on: November 16, 2010, 05:17:04 PM »
NOw I understand that. Yes it was a good buy, one of my better decisions.
Going to mount a scope on it today. Been doing some other airgun repairs today.  See you have been shooting airguns for 32 years. You must have allot of knowledge about them. I have been with it for about 10 years. The weather is turning on us, getting cold and windy. So, shooting days will be few and far between.
Frank, North Central Arkansas, USA

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Re: New Norica Storm .177
« Reply #6 on: November 16, 2010, 08:00:17 PM »
Thanks LUC.V to translate or decipher, you speak Spanish?, Thanks again