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PY-426-11585

Norica Omnia ZRS Air Rifle

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NOR-11130024 [PY-426-11585]

Norica Omnia ZRS Air Rifle, .177 caliber



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Norica Omnia ZRS Price

$399.99

Caliber.177 (4.5mm)
Max Velocity984 fps
StockSynthetic
ColorBlack

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The Norica Omnia ZRS Air Rifle is the first airgun of its kind to be available on the global market, and it delivers recoil-free operation that rivals the results available from a PCP airgun. It is capable of speeds up to 984 FPS in .177 and 755 FPS in .22 to yield excellent performance for target practice, pest control, or small-game hunting.

The heart of this air rifle is the patented ZRS System that allows the barrel to move independently of the rest of the airgun. That results in a stock that exhibits no movement from the effects of recoil, meaning the scope will not move or get damaged, and the rest of the airgun is easy to hold and control, without needing a special hold or shooting technique to achieve maximum accuracy.

The Norica Omnia ZRS Air Rifle offers a two-stage adjustable trigger for a crisp and clean break that is customized and repeatable. In addition, the textured ergonomic pistol grip combines with the textured buttpad to provide both comfort and control.

This air rifle includes a hooded fiber optic front sight and an adjustable fiber optic rear sight to provide accuracy without requiring additional accessories. It also features a long 11mm dovetail optics rail to accommodate scopes or other optics that will benefit from the recoilless operation of the ZRS System, as well as a height-adjustable cheekpiece to help achieve ideal cheek weld.

To get a groundbreaking airgun that eliminates felt recoil for PCP-like accuracy from a gas piston powerplant, buy a Norica Omnia ZRS Air Rifle from Pyramyd AIR today.

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Norica Omnia ZRS Air Rifle

  • Breakbarrel
  • Single-shot
  • GRS gas piston powerplant
  • Synthetic stock
  • Anodized aluminum compression cylinder
  • Solid steel breech
  • Two-stage adjustable trigger
  • Patented ZRS System to eliminate felt recoil
  • Max. velocity: 984 FPS (.177), 755 FPS (.22)
  • Textured ergonomic pistol grip
  • Hooded fiber optic front sight
  • Adjustable fiber optic rear sight
  • Long 11mm dovetail optics rail
  • Automatic safety
  • Adjustable cheekpiece
  • Textured buttpad
  • Barrel length: 19.05"
  • Overall length: 47.05"
  • Weight: 8.05 lbs.

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NOR-11130024 [PY-426-11585]

Norica Omnia ZRS Air Rifle, .177 caliber



Sold & shipped by Pyramyd AIR


Norica Omnia ZRS Price

$399.99

Caliber.177 (4.5mm)
Max Velocity984 fps
StockSynthetic
ColorBlack

Norica Omnia ZRS Specs

Max Velocity984 fps
Overall Length47.05"
FunctionSingle-shot
Weight8.05 lbs
Trigger Pull3.0 lbs
Scopeable11mm dovetail
SafetyAutomatic
Suggested forSmall game hunting/target practice
Caliber.177 (4.5mm)
Loudness3-Medium
Barrel Length19.05"
Cocking Effort28 lbs
BarrelRifled
Front SightFiber Optic
Rear SightFiber Optic
TriggerTwo-stage adjustable
ActionBreak barrel
PowerplantGas-piston
Body TypeRifle
Fixed/adj. powerFixed

Norica Omnia ZRS Reviews

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Things I liked:

It's recoilless! It's a joy to shoot! Did I mention it's recoilless? Is quiet enough to be neighborhood friendly. Excellent trigger on an air rifle. Factory fiber optic sights very good. Easy to adjust.

Things I would have changed:

Cocking effort higher than other break barrels. Is definitely finicky on pellets it likes to shoot. May take some research and lots of shooting different pellets.

What others should know:

I found it is an excellent air rifle for me with good weight and balance when holding or firing from a bench rest. Cocking effort is harder than one may expect. I found one firm movement is the proper procedure for cocking air rifle. I mounted my scope from my AR-15. Being a recoilless firing system it's a real joy seeing the scope picture barely move when fired. The trigger is light and crisp. My best estimate a pound and a half break. The air rifle does not seem to care how you hold it or what benchrist you use to fire it. It just plain works! It is not overly loud when fired. The short modulator at the end of the barrel does change the tone. It is neighborhood friendly. It is very finicky on what type of pellets it likes to shoot accurately. The right pellet and I shoot 3/4 in or less size groupings at 15 yds. Pellets it doesn't like two to four inch groups. I took the time to learn how to shoot it and really enjoy it. Want something different? This may be your air gun!

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Things I liked:

As far as looks go it’s not that impressive, it looks kinda funky, and some people think it cost way too much. Which would be true if this were a regular break barrel gas piston pellet gun, but there is nothing regular about this rifle. The whole action moves inside a housing so when you shoot there is no kick, but if you have checked the internet, you already know that. But what the internet has not been saying is how much fun this thing is to shoot! It is so easy to use, if you can shoot a .22 rim-fire you can shoot this, and it shoots well from what I have seen so far. Maybe not as well as a PCP, but for a break barrel, not bad. For me H&N Excite pointed pellets seem to work the best. The pellets do drop a bit from 30 to 50 yds, and I don’t think I would shoot past that as this rifle does not have the power of some other break barrel guns. But for blasting dandelions in the backyard, it’s perfect.

Things I would have changed:

Like the rifle, but the stock really needs some love. The back portion feels good up to my shoulder and with the cheek pad removed I can comfortably see the sights, but the pistol grip needs help! The way it is made it’s hard for me to get my finger where I want it on the trigger because of this "thing" sticking out of the side of the grip. It’s just not a good fit for my hand. A simpler grip would have been better in this instance I believe. But I am getting used to it and it’s not bad. Maybe later after the warranty runs out, I can file it down and make the grip a more custom fit. Also, in front of the trigger guard, I don’t know what the cross groves are supposed to be for, but I think smooth would have been better for cocking and handling.

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With this being the first rifle of its kind I’m not sure how long it will last before there are problems with it, but for now I’m Lovin it. As for the price, when I think of everything that has gone into making this rifle, so far, I feel like I got a great deal. It’s just fun to shoot!

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Things I liked:

The lack of recoil makes it very easy to shoot with no need for specialized holds like a conventional spring/nitro piston gun. Power level seems adequate for a non magnum .177 rifle.

Things I would have changed:

The rifle I received will not shoot decent groups despite trying multiple pellets from multiple manufacturers in different weights, even after two thorough cleanings and at least a thousand pellets put through the gun. I believe this is because of the recoil absorbing system resulting in a barrel that is very loose in my gun, which you can easily wobble left and right and up and down even when locked in the firing position. Unlike a system similar to the Diana 54, the scope is mounted to a portion of the rifle that does not move with the barrel, so any movement in the barrel results in pretty pitiful accuracy. The materials and craftsmanship of this rifle are also not that of a $400 rifle, so you are really paying a premium for a rifle with no recoil, but the lack of recoil does not make up for the lack of accuracy. Additionally, I find this stock and grip very uncomfortable.

What others should know:

I do not advise purchasing this rifle at this price. Maybe mine is a dud, but the accuracy, barrel wobble, and overall lack of quality control in this gun are unacceptable at this price in my opinion.

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  • Anthony from USA asked:

    What is the FPE?

    • Casey from USA answered:

      Foot pounds energy. Air gunners use this measurement for how hard does a air gun projectile impact the target. There are many countries in the world that restrict how fast, or I should say how hard a air gun projectile can hit and transfer energy to its target. The higher the number, the more energy transferred to the target. In the firearms world that is measured in tens to hundreds a foot pounds energy. In the air gun world it's usually a single to double digits.

  • Tom from USA asked:

    How hard to cock .177 I’m getting older.

    • JRG from USA answered:

      28 lbs

  • William from USA asked:

    Where can I order parts for this rifle if I ever need something? Can PA get them or do I need to go to the mfg.

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