Brocock Bantam has some fantastic new air guns in stock, the Brocock Compatto and Brocock Bantam. These are excellent examples of air rifles at their finest, and are increasingly becoming the go-to choice of airgun enthusiasts across the world.

Brocock Compatto

There is no airgun which looks or performs like it. The Brocock Compatto takes Brocock to a new level of design standard, with its accurate semi bullpup design and synthetic ambidextrous stock.

This airgun is capable of 90 shots at 12ft/lb per charge, and has a removable, self-indexing, 10 shot rotary magazine. This has a slingshot hammer system and a two-stage trigger with paddle safety catch and a full length, built in, fully baffled silencer with an optional adaptor for a second stage silencer.

The trigger is two stage and the Compatto has three power settings of low, medium and high, and it’s available in .177 and .22 caliber. Weighing a total 3.17kg and with a length of 864mm (34 inches) the Compatto’s exceptional quality means it delivers a faultless performance and its balanced semi-bullpup platform means it is one to look at if you are on the market for a new PCP.

Brocock Bantam

This lightweight pre-charged carbine air gun provides a powerful performance. The bullpup style carbine is a great choice of air gun enthusiasts, and shooters will love to handle the rifle. The new higher shot count Bantam version of the Compatto is in shops now.

Measuring the same length as the Compatto at just 34 inches, it still retains a full length 18-inch (457 mm) barrel and now has a choice of 400cc Steel, 480cc carbon fibre or 500cc Steel air bottle, depending on specifications.

Features include three power settings: low, medium and high, removable self-indexing 10 shot rotary magazine, much like the Compatto, available in a soft touch ambidextrous stock or lacquered beech stock with adjustable cheek piece. The Bantam features a sling shot hammer system and two stage trigger with resettable safety catch.

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