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Brocock Concept Multi shot

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by gbast69, Jul 3, 2012.

  1. gbast69

    gbast69 Banned

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    hey guys what do u think of the brocock concept multi shot. my brothers buying a new gun and hes looking at this one.he was looking at the AAs400 but hes on a budget so hes going for the brocock. thanx guys
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  2. Ghostie

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    Guy at my range has one, you dont get many shots per fill (going on why he said) but super light and has a smooth action (at least the one I shot did). I'm looking for one for the Mrs, she loved shooting it.
     
  3. gbast69

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    do u think it will be good enouth for hunting rabits at around 50 metres .
     
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    He wont be dissapointed get around 60 shots in .22 iv had rabbits at 40 yards with mine dont really like going further though, great underated gun for the money
     
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    SteveB knocks loads of bunnies over with his! And he can still use his arms the next day(they're light).... Cracking little rifle mate! I'm sure if you pm him he can tell you the pros and cons!
     
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    Ive got one on order walnut stock version. From the reviews I have read they are a cracking good rifle !!
     
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    I have a Brocock Atomic pistol which is the same mechanical arrangment as the concept except for the length of the barrel (and its now handed). Its deadly accurate, but noisy unsilenced. My biggest gripe is one pellet nearly always falls out of the magazine if the gun is tilted slightly back.

    Chris
     
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    maybe in .177 but you should try and get a little closer :) Stalk those bunnies lol
     
  9. andyz1000

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    i think the brocock concept is a fantastic little gun in fact i was in the market for 1 about 18 months ago(single shot then)
    when i went to my local rfd to buy one(i knew he had 1 in stock)he had the ltd edition sentinel there as well so i bought that instead:D
    the sentinel is the same action as the concept but has the most lovely american walnut thumbhole stock and i do like a hole to put my thumb in:rolleyes:
    on a 180 bar charge i get 45 full power shots from my sentinel in .177,i don't fill to the 200 bar maximum as its a waste of air as the sweet spot starts around 175 bar and power starts to drop after 45 shots(100 bar)
    whenever i go to get my dive bottle filled at my rfd i keep looking at the concept super 6 he has there but so far have resisted the urge to buy it,not sure how much longer i can hold out as it is a lovely little rifle and it could soon end up in my collection:D
     
  10. Kai87

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    I have one and absolutely love it!

    The action is smooth, extremely well made, everything fits nice, it really is top notch quality

    Mag operates lovely, never had a jam,

    Mine is .22 puts pellet on top of pellet all day long at 30 meters (not tested at a further distance as of yet)

    At my local indoor range from a 200 bar fill I got 12 mags (72 shots) till it reached 90 bar with only minimal drop in poi,

    Very light, I can use it out hunting all day and not get tired

    At the price range I think they are an amazing bit of kit and money well spent
     
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    Oh actually I have a question while we are on the subject

    When I bought my concept it came with a silver mag, unlike the ones in all the promotional pictures, but I rang and ordered a spare mag from brocock and when it turned up it was the gold/bronzy coloured one like in the advertisement pics

    Any one know the reason for this, they're both .22 mags?
     

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