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Thread: Norinco Olympia pistol 22LR only 199$

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    Quote Originally Posted by TacticalToiletPaper View Post
    Any idea when additional mags will be in stock to purchase?
    Mags are inbound, hope to have them early July
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    To those who received their pistol, how is the disassembly and cleaning?

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    Field stripping is super simple - Probably different from what you're used to, though.

    Detail strip is not recommended!

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    Thanks!

    As long as the slide can be disassembled, the rest can stay. Just use Action Cleaner Spray or a non-chlorinated brake/parts cleaner and a good gun lube.

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    Do not forget some wood grips please!

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    I almost forgot to ask, how is the finish of internals? Machining/tool marks? Rough as with their 1911s? Just curious, as for $ 200, you can't beat the price. I wish MARSTAR can find some Browning clone of their rimfire takedown.

    Quote Originally Posted by alpining View Post
    Field stripping is super simple - Probably different from what you're used to, though.

    Detail strip is not recommended!

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    Order In!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ambishooter View Post
    I almost forgot to ask, how is the finish of internals? Machining/tool marks? ....
    It's not a Walther, but it's better than expected, for sure - By far the best of all the Norinco specimens I've owned (1911, M93, JW20, M305, 870 clone).

    I think they were very good value at the original price of $300. For a $200 pistol, there is literally no comparison in Canada. And if it was American made, I think they'd probably be priced around $500, maybe more.
    Last edited by alpining; 06-26-2022 at 10:00 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CZ Shooter View Post
    Does anyone know if this gun is safe to be dry-fired?
    I had searched the net high and low (including the Walther Olympia as this is supposed to be a direct clone), but I was unable to find an answer for this one.
    I just had the one I ordered delivered today and I dry fired it twenty times, for science. I can not find a single mark/scratch/dent/ding on either the barrel face or the firing pin.
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    To BUY or NOT to BUY. Oh boy, my CC is teasing me. Maybe one last set of questions for this thread, How is the transfer going? Who got their respective transfer notice/s from the date of purchase? Which CFO is the fastest and the slowest?

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