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Advice Brocock Atomic

Discussion in 'Air Pistols' started by hereclesdrumming, Jun 30, 2012.

  1. hereclesdrumming

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    Hi, new to this. I've just bought a new Brocock Atomic without any sights. Can anyone recommend a suitable sight and mount?
     
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    Good choice of pistol
     
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    Have a look at the hawke red dot sights or maybe a rhino pistol scope
     
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    Yes i would say have a look at the Hawke red dots too
     
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    Ok thanks for the advice so far. But as I no nothing can anyone recommend a specific Hawke sight? I also need a silencer. The Brocock adapter appears to be to long. Can I hacksaw it back?
     
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    i would recommend the sport dot as well
    the atomic has such a small section of dovetail.not many red dots will fit
     
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    I recently bought a Brocock Atomic Super 6. Cracking little pistol, but very noisy without a silencer. I fitted a PAO 2x20 pistol scope. I thought about a red dot but was advised the dot can be a bit fuzzy and hence accuracy is lost. The gun is deadly accurate with the PAO scope if you can hold it steady!!!! but the magnification is obviously not very high.

    I to have just noticed the adaptor seems to be to long. It will be feasible to cut it back but I shall be discussing it with my dealer for his opinion as to why it is like it is. Best silencer for them is a Swift Stubby small, light and very quiet.

    Chris
     
  11. mattyts

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    the key to red dots is to focus youre eyes on the target then the dot gets finer
     
  12. hereclesdrumming

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    Hi, Thanks for the info. I ordered a Hawke/ Stirling etc copy from Ramsbottoms. (red dot 40mm) Got it today first class delivery. I know nothing about sights or guns but set it up tonight. Seemed fairly straight forward to mount and adjust. Bloody hell! I am so pleased. So many shots so close together. Only sub 15 yards but I like this pistol and sight.
    Just ordered a multi fill adapter for my tank to use with my new s200 and Brocock. I will purchase a silencer for the pistol this weekend.
    On a bad note... I was filling in my registration form for my pistol and noticed the serial number does not match the box. I will be at the shop to demand an explanation when purchasing the silencer. Not acceptable in my opinion. This gun could have been anywhere.
     
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