HAM Exclusive! More Norica Dark Bull BP PCP Air Rifle Details
Thanks to the manufacturer, HAM can bring you further details on the new Norica Dark Bull BP. This includes performance specs and more…
This bullpup PCP air rifle will be officially launched at the IWA OutdoorClassics show in March. Until then, here’s some more information about this interesting new model from the long-established Spanish airgun maker.
The Norica Dark Bull BP has a length of 28.7 Inches and weighs 6.39 Lbs without a scope. Being a bullpup, the Lothar Walther barrel is long, in spite of the short overall length. Barrel length is actually 17.7 Inches, Norica tells us.
Performance specs for the Norica Dark Bull BP include a maximum Muzzle Energy of up to 44 Ft/Lbs in .25 caliber. Up to 47 consistent shots are available at that power level, the company informs us.
In .22 caliber, the claims are up to 60 shots at a maximum of 33 Ft/Lbs. While .177 caliber versions of the Norica Dark Bull BP are specified to deliver up to 70 consistent shots per fill at a maximum of 22 Ft/Lbs.
Norica is located in the city of Eibar, in the Basque area of northern Spain. It’s a center for the Spanish arms industry. The Norica Dark Bull BP is developed and manufactured there. The Norica company has been manufacturing airguns since 1917 and is very proud of that fact!
The Norica Dark Bull BP is supplied with a fill probe with standard “Foster” fitting for connectivity to a HPA air source. It ships with one magazine and the unique multishot tray.
Below is the magazine…
… and here is the multi shot tray. Looks like we’ll need to see this at the IWA Show to understand exactly how this works and is differentiated from the magazine.
No news yet about price, availability and pricing. Nor about any possible southpaw-friendly version. But again. that’s why HAM Publisher Stephen Archer will be attending IWA OutdoorClassics in March!