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|Max Velocity||1000 fps|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/plinking|
Things I liked: first off I have the 22 cal.This rifle is long heavey and looks like an spanish super model.I short fat hands and the pistol grip fits them like a glove.My crony is in route so cant tell you velocity numbers but I have been around enough springers to say this thing is stout.
Things I would have changed: I have never been a trigger freak, but after shooting this rifle you will have a better apprecation for rifles with lighter triggers.That said this rifle is worth the trouble to master.
What others should know: Heavey and well built.Bad trigger but one of the best values in pyramids line up of fine springers air rifles
Things I liked: like everone elese the craftsmanship is like most other air rifles from Eroupe.It is a long handsome drink of water that has good deal of hidden aggresivness waiting to be unleashed on your next target.
Things I would have changed: Probrobaley not many sold and so they sit around on shelves and suffer from neglect.The one I recived was in need of some tlc and quickley has become a center part of my collection.This rifle has power to spare and like other rifles of its qulailty should last long after My collection gets left to another air gun addict
What others should know: Well I am starting to rambble on a bit,and it is true that there are not too many air rifles out there I dont find something to like and this is no diffrent.The gun is way long and has a fair amount of heft about it,but this aside this rifle will make any airgunners collection have alittle more class and is well worth getting to know.
Things I liked: Other reviewers have praised the overall quality and accuracy of the Norica Tribal, and I find nothing in that regard to disagree with; it is well made and accurate. Another big plus is the well thought out scope stop, which is a small steel plate held in place with a screw. The open sights are also done well, with, makes sense, adjustments with numbers on the adjustment knobs. The weak point seems to be the stiff pulling trigger, and at first it can be quite daunting to shoot accurately with it. A little dab of moly paste, or white lithium grease on the underside of the hooked sear makes a welcome, and remarkable difference in the operation of the trigger. The price of these rifles, and the high quality of fit and finish helps make them a best buy. I liked the Tribal so much that I bought a model 56.
What others should know: Owners new to spring piston rifles should know to experiment with different pellets in order to find those that work best, and provide the greatest degree of accuracy. Also, a break-in period should be expected.
|Max Velocity||1000 fps|