Written on: 10/12/2005 by Pedro Laia (12 reviews written)
Nickel's anti-rust finish
Might be heavy for younger people
Hello again, here in Portugal we are not very familiar with "Beeman", however I do own something like the Beeman's GS 1000 "Spanish twin sister" called here in Portugal: "Norica Marvic Style".
Note that the model "Marvic Gold" from Norica manufacturer is precisely the same model that "GS 1000" manufactured by Beeman.
However mine is the "Marvic Style", and being more or less the same machine, my rifle has a silvered barrel and cylinder that I've been told, as being a nickel's anti-rust treatment/finishing.
Its stock also is made of some kind of various types of woods.
Its caliber is the .177 and it presents remarkable power and accuracy.
The trigger pull is a little bit long, but can be adjusted, and the rifle might be heavy for young shooters.
The front sight, although being in optic fibber, is protected by the old-fashioned "tube" or "pipe".
This magnificent airgun coasted me 225 euros. To see photos of this model, contact me or go to the Norica site. Thank you.