Reply To: Norica Airguns
No harm or foul on anyone’s opinion here so no need for any ruffled feathers but feel free to move any differences of opinion discussion to the PM system!
I’ll withhold judgement on Norica till the gun is in hand. Pictures on the internet can leave much to be discovered when the item is actually examined in person. I am not really a springer person having started with a Benjamin 342 pump gun in the late 1960’s and now have a number of PCP guns. I have three springers (I forgot the .25 in my first post) … .177, .22 and .25 The .177 is actually a Hatsan from some years ago and other than a heavy trigger is a very accurate gun. The .22 is a Crosman Optima and the .25 is a more recent Hatsan with a nitro piston though it is a very cheap model with a bad heavy trigger, heavy cocking effort and a heavy kick making it not much fun to shoot. All of the three springers cost less than $100 so I did not expect them to perform like a fine German built Weihrauch or a Diana 52. lol