Brocock Bantam Hi-Lite Beech .25

Brocock Bantam Hi-Lite Beech .25
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Sale Price: $899.99
Compared at: $1,249.00
You Save: $349.01
Manufacturer: Brocock


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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 35 ft/lbs
Scope Rail
3 Years

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Reviewed by noblett56
07/16/2018 - 07:32:31 AM
my search is over
I've spent the last two years researching the PCP air rifle market and agonizing over the investment required to enter the sport at this level. Watching hours and hours of videos, it's clear to me that a great number of folks who own these fabulous rifles seem to have the financial resources to purchase several of them. For me, a purchase of this size meant I could only have one, and making sure I got the right one was critical. Buyers remorse was a real fear for me, but at last I had to "pull the trigger" (pun intended). While I've only put the first 200 rounds thru this match grade barrel, I have to say I absolutely love the Brocock Bantam .25 caliber!
I fitted it with a UTC 3-12X44 Accushot Scope, dialed it in at 25 yards and was quickly shooting quarter sized 10 shot groups. Over the last several days, I have been able to get those groups down to a dime which is more than accurate enough for my major purpose; pest control. I keep a large size Purple Martin colony and invasive species birds are a constant problem. Another major decision for me what moving from .22 to .25 caliber. Again, I could not be happier with my choice. The additional knock down power of the .25 cal has not only helped me dispatch the sparrows and starlings more humanely, but also makes short work out of larger game.
To be fair, there were some problems with my order. The staff at AoA did what was needed to make it right by me and I'm okay with how it turned out (Thanks Rich). That said; after two years of shopping, the two weeks it took waiting for my Bantam was painful!
Sure I wish I could afford a decked out FX Impact, but for value on the dollar, the Brocock Bantam is the $#!+

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