As noted by Frode the the norwegian bird
sems to display a full set of adult primaries (if not the single juvenile prims or secondarie is hidden between the adult ones?), and primary covert. Whether the tail is all adult is difficult to se from the images, since some 2cy replace a few/half to all t-feathers in the preformative moult. Since this species is hugely variable regarding moult and appearance see here
the norwegian bird might possibly be an adult male which has failed to develope fully adult body feathers, perhaps due to being out of range. Might it be an advanced 2cy male with early replaced primaries and primary coverts?(a few 2cy males at this time of year has apparently renewed some outer primaries.
adult & 2cy
2cy (SY) male in May
2cy (SY) male in Sept
Notice in the last May bird here
the blacker outer primaries.