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My 1st Air Rifle, Norica Marvic Gold .77

Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by Voodoohoodoo, Feb 1, 2014.

  1. Voodoohoodoo

    Voodoohoodoo Donator

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    Ripon, North Yorkshire.
    So today I thought I would pop out to my local gun shop(Fenland Rural Sports) and have a look for my first Air rifle. As I'm just starting out I didn't want to go spending a fortune, however I could have, looking at a Weihrauch HW100 I could have easily.

    I decided not to break the bank and settled for a Spanish made break barrel Norica Marvic Gold .177, with a Nikko Stirling 3-9x40 mount master scope. Whether this was a good decision or not is lost on me but after getting it home and zeroing it in the back garden I'm very happy with it.

    I'm aware this rifle is not nearly touching the standards of the rifles you guys have, but if you have any previous experience with this rifle or make I would like to hear about it.


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  2. Alex.B

    Alex.B Big Poster

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    Welcome to the money pit ! You've got one and will want ......no sorry need more :D
  3. The Robin

    The Robin Super Moderator Staff Member Mod/Admin

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    Looks a nice rifle, enjoy :up:
  4. nick2303

    nick2303 Engaging Member

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    i got a norica dragon... triggers a bit heavy but i can do 5p size groups and 10m easily at halifax shooting club..
  5. peterpan

    peterpan Engaging Member

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    kirkby in ashfield nottinghamshire
    nice looking rifle..good idea to start with a springer .the more serious you become about shooting the more of a serious rifle you will crave for ..not a cheap hobby but very rewarding
  6. hairyarms

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    Brierley Hill.
    My first air rifle was a Norica it was bought in the 80's from Venom in the West Mids.It was a great gun and I have always wondered what the newer ones are like.Enjoy it mate looks a nice rifle.:up:
  7. PLauGE

    PLauGE Busy Member

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    had one of these as one of my first air rifles. not seen one since, had a lot of fun with mine. enjoy

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