Thanks to our distributor Edgar Brothers the English magazine Air Gunner publishes a review about our Norica Dark Bull BP.

Testing the Norica Dark Bull BP by Dave Barham

If I sound a little bit excited it’s because I am. Bear in mind that this is the first rifle I have shot for best part of 11 weeks! I can’t tell you how nice it was to sit outside for that first hour of testing, and then again on subsequent days during the course of the next week.

As with most bullpup rifles, it takes a few shots to get used to cycling the rifle without having to move your head position from the stock, but it soon became a fluid motion for me. Having spent so much time destroying paper targets and smashing spinners on my garden range, I’d really love to take this rifle out on a hunt, but I’m afraid that’s going to have to wait for a month or more before my legs will allow me to spend that much time out and about.

Anyway, enough of the ‘woe is me’ – I’m really impressed with this rifle, and it’s a big thumbs up to Norica who have planted their feet well and truly in the PCP market. There’s another little bullpup rifle in their stable too, which I’m expecting here very soon, so keep your eyes peeled for that in a few months’ time.

Review Norica Dark Bull BP: Airgun Shooting.