Looking for a Norica trigger in the USA



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Looking for a Norica trigger in the USA
« on: November 25, 2018, 07:47:06 PM »
Can anyone help me locate someplace to buy this trigger other than in Spain? It will be for an upgrade to my Marksman 0035, also known as a Norica Krono, Beeman SS1000, and, a thousand other names.

PS - Please let me know if the pic is not present.....been having pic issues lately. Thanks.

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Re: Looking for a Norica trigger in the USA
« Reply #1 on: November 25, 2018, 10:18:10 PM »
You might try TW Chambers but even they're in the UK. Maybe send an email to NoricaUSA and see what kind of reply they give you as far as parts. While there are a couple places, namely Amazon and Valken Sports in the US that sell the rifles, even they don't carry them all let alone parts for them. To get the rifle I wanted, I had to buy it from Aceros De Hispania as it's not one sold here in the States so spare parts might well be the same way.
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Re: Looking for a Norica trigger in the USA
« Reply #2 on: November 25, 2018, 10:39:44 PM »
Thanks for the reply.

I've bought many things from TW and they are great but every variant of this rifle uses what TW lists as part #TRG004, out of stock, no longer available. Finding this listing today is as close as I have come in the last three weeks to even finding the Norica trigger group model number.

I know I can buy from the seller I got this pic from, but was just hoping that someone out there might recognize it and know where to get it more local. I don't speak Spanish well enough to fill out their online form, but I have a friend at work from Mexico City who I'm sure can help out with that.

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Re: Looking for a Norica trigger in the USA
« Reply #3 on: November 26, 2018, 09:08:57 PM »
I think you may have trouble finding a Norica trigger, I'm not sure they sell anything more than basic parts, spring, seal, etc in CONUS. Following is FYI and may help you if you don't know already..
Beeman has an "RS2" trigger on some of their Chinese manufactured rifles. Those guns are basically Norica copies with a cloned trigger like you seek. The Norica trigger and Beeman clone trigger are swappable.
You may have to acquire a whole rifle, either Beeman or Norica to get the trigger. Maybe post a "wtb" in the classified for just the trigger or for a parts gun with trigger. Maybe contact Beeman, they may well sell you a trigger assembly.

Do be careful when doing so as Chicom Beemans have used several different variations of the trigger, all inferior to the one you want which is a true two stage trigger with a total of three adjustment screws. First stage, second stage, and pull weight. As stated, be careful, Beeman actually has a rifle called an RS2 and it may or may not sport the nice two stage trigger. When in doubt, get pictures before purchasing.

While the RS2 trigger isn't machined quite as nice as the Norica, it is a close second and is perfectly usable with a little tlc.
Don't forget the trigger you seek must have three adjustment screws, all of them on the backside of the trigger blade, two in the blade, and the pull weight screw in the trigger housing behind the first two adjustment screws.


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Re: Looking for a Norica trigger in the USA
« Reply #4 on: November 26, 2018, 09:20:58 PM »
I think you may have trouble finding a Norica trigger, I'm not sure they sell anything more than basic parts, spring, seal, etc. Following is FYI and may help you if you don't know already..
Beeman has an "RS2" trigger on some of their Chinese manufactured rifles. Those guns are basically Norica copies with a cloned trigger like you seek. The Norica trigger and Beeman clone trigger are swappable.
You may have to acquire a whole rifle, either Beeman or Norica to get the trigger. Maybe post a "wtb" in the classified for just the trigger or for a parts gun with trigger. Maybe contact Beeman, they may well sell you a trigger assembly.

Do be careful when doing so as Chicom Beemans has used several different variations of the trigger, all inferior to the one you want which is a true two stage trigger with a total of three adjustment screws. First stage, second stage, and pull weight. As stated, be careful, Beeman actually has a rifle called an RS2 and it may or may not sport the nice two stage trigger. When in doubt, get pictures before purchasing.

While the RS2 trigger isn't machined quite as nice as the Norica, it is a close second and is perfectly usable with a little tlc.
Don't forget the trigger you seek must have three adjustment screws, all of them on the backside of the trigger blade, two in the blade, and the pull weight screw in the trigger housing behind the first two adjustment screws.

Thanks for all of that. I'm pretty sure that this is the trigger I desire. I had seen the part about the RS2 trigger and that was where I first started my search. Emails to Baker and others resulted in no reply at all. I've spent probably a whole day in total hours looking for it, and this last weekend is where I found the model above. I sent the vendor in Spain an email and they said they cannot sell to the US.

Was busy all day so will try calling NoricaUSA tomorrow.

I've been all over the web looking up the various triggers that came on these guns, so I'm pretty sure I know what not to get (they're on my guns). You see, I actually bought two of these little monsters, but the price seemed pretty good at two fer a C note.

Thanks again for the advice.
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Re: Looking for a Norica trigger in the USA
« Reply #5 on: November 27, 2018, 12:10:26 AM »
The guns you mentioned are totally different guns and different triggers and none would take the trigger you showed. That trigger is for Norica Black Eagles, Marvics or Storms which are all the same gun with different stocks. Tech Force 89's are a clone of those guns.
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Re: Looking for a Norica trigger in the USA
« Reply #6 on: November 27, 2018, 12:21:46 AM »
You can get a .177 Black Eagle off Amazon for $95 or .22 for $161.
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Re: Looking for a Norica trigger in the USA
« Reply #7 on: November 27, 2018, 12:37:55 AM »
Thanks for the info. I'll look into that.

Reason that I came across this trigger is that I read that an 0035 is a clone of a Norica Krono. Krono supposedly uses this trigger.

You seem to know your stuff. I'm just looking for a better trigger than what Ihave now.
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