Brocock announce Mark II and regulated rifles
Brocock’s latest Mark 2 versions of their Compact Compatto and lightweight buddy bottle Bantam models will be on show at the shop Show in Las Vegas — and both lines will be complemented with the new sniper HR variant that incorporate air regulated shot release.
Visually distinguishable by a redesigned breech and inclusion of a single shot loading tray option the Mark II models feature an array of performance-enhancing updates they have evolved since the inaugural compatto took the air gun World by storm with its avant-garde semi Bullpup styling.
The HR suffix of the newly added sniper models denotes the Huma regulator incorporated into the action. Expressly for Shooters who demand the ultimate output from a fast handling compact and lightweight rifle, specialist pneumatic engineers Huma worked closely with Brocock to maximize performance from the rifles self regulating valve systems.
Compared to the standard Mark II configuration the sniper HR versions offer more shots per fill up and even better velocity consistency or sweet spot that spans the entire usable air charge.
The mark 2 and sniper HR models retain the class leading attributes that made the original Compatto and Bantam such a success including the autoloading side bolt-action 11 mm 10 shot magazine on-the-fly power switch, Lother Walther Barrel and 2 stage adjustable trigger with in guard safety..
Initially available with a black synthetic and soft touch ambidextrous thumbhole stock and a choice of 400 or 500 CC air reservoirs, including a 480 CC carbon fiber option on the bantams, the rifles are available in .177 .22 and .25 caliber with power output up to 28 foot pounds.
Prices start at 638GBP