Norica Storm 5.5 mm
– 5.5 mm / .22 metal pellet
– Spring powered break barrel airgun
– Vaporized beech stock
– Ventilated rubber butt plate
– Checkering in pistol grip and forehand
– Automatic safety
– Adjustable trigger
– Fiber optic compact rear sight
– Aluminium compensator with fiber optic front sight incorporated
– 11mm dovetail mount
– Weight: 3200 gr
– Barrel length: 45.4 cm
– Total length: 119 cm
– Velocity: 265 m/s / 870 FPS
– Energy: 23.8 Joules
One of Norica’s most ambitious creations. They have used only top quality materials like vaporized beech stock with premium finish.
The Strom shoots 5.5 mm metal pellets at around 870 FPS, which is pretty damn hard for the caliber. It operates like the typical break barrel airgun, nothing new here.
What makes it stand out is the top quality finish on the gun. Its stock is made out of the finest beech wood with a rubber butt plate.
The design of the stock is pretty straight forward. It is ambidextrous, with a raised cheek rest and comes with checkering on the pistol grip and forehand.
Both optics come with fiber optics to enhance aiming under any light conditions. The rear one is compact and adjustable, while the front one is hooded and incorporated to the compensator. It also offers a 11mm rail mount for optics.
Technically, this is a very high grade model that comes with an adjustable trigger.
The compensator is aluminium and helps grabbing the barrel in order to charge it.