Brocock Bantam Hi-Lite Beech .22

Brocock Bantam Hi-Lite Beech .22
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Sale Price: $899.99
Compared at: $1,249.00
You Save: $349.01
Manufacturer: Brocock


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Reflex Included (+$99.00)


The forward thinking Brocock design teams' skill and engineering expertise has resulted in the new Brocock Bantam rifle. The Bantam Hi-Lite air rifles push the outer limits in the semi-bullpup platform. The clever addition and integration of a 480 cc carbon fiber air bottle increase the Bantams specifications with higher shot count and power levels. Accuracy and shot to shot consistency are beneficiaries from the large air supply. The new stock has impressive lines that welcome the bottle shape into the overall design. The stock is crafted by Italian masters with an attention to detail and comfortable shoot-ability. Select beech stock includes an adjustable cheek piece and butt pad for shooter flexibility. The new Bantam's quality Lothar-Walther barrel delivers down range accuracy for long range target shooting and pest control. Many states are including air rifles in their legal method of take; with the Brocock Bantam representing a perfect choice for this growing market segment. The Bantam sports a baffled barrel system for quieting the report. Shooter inspired features include a foster quick change system with a "fat-finger-friendly" adapter, a side mounted pressure gauge, a ten shot magazine with single shot capability, a three-step power adjuster, an easy-use paddle safety and Brocock's two year warranty program. The new Bantam Hi-Lite sets the standard for the semi bullpup air rifle. Pictured with optional Airstream Reflex (not included).

Ultimate Guide to the Bantam:

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Overall Length
6.4 lbs
up to 30 ft/lbs
Scope Rail
3 Years

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Reviewed by hawkeye
10/05/2017 - 10:21:14 AM
What's not to like...
After a great deal if indecision, having just bought an FX T12 and a compressor a week earlier, I bought the Brocock Bantam with the beech stock. Adding the Huggett supressor yielded a quiet backyard friendly rifle. Not as quiet as the T12, but it's pretty close.
The more I shoot it, the more I like it. The balance is much different than my other rifles as the semi-bullpup design puts the bulk of the weight towards the rear of the rifle versus the barrel. All in all it's very comfortable to shoulder and shoot. The 10 round magazine is simple to load, and the all metal design looks like it should be trouble free for a long time to come.
I coupled it with a 3-9 X 40 Nikon Prostaff which I already owned and at 25 yards it's dead on accurate. I'm anxious to get it out and see what it will do at 50 yards and beyond. The larger carbon fiber bottle should yield about 70 shots, but I haven't tracked it yet, I'm having too much fun shooting it.
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