New Brocock PCP Air Rifle Concept
Shown at IWA 2015

Shown for the first time at the 2105 IWA trade show in Germany, this “concept” rife was a surprise exhibit by the British airgun manufacturer Brocock.

The new Brocock PCP air rifle itself is completely new and based on what is called a ‘semi bullpup’ configuration. That is it is not the full rearward slide of the mechanical action as found in a full-on bull pup style rifle but something somewhere in between, with some of the advantages – but not all of the radically shorter style.

One of the advantages you do get from this concept is reduced cost, as bull-pup rifle are more expensive to engineer as well as more conventional looks; important when the rifle is aimed at the mainstream shooter.

The Compatto (this is a working title for the Brocock PCP concept air rifle and is sure to change before the launch of the eventual rifle) has an overall weight of around 6 pounds and a is just 34 inches long, with a cylinder capacity of 150cc it has plenty of air to allow for higher power where the company are estimating a healthy 30 foot pounds being on tap.

Main features include:
150 cc High Pressure Air (HPA) capacity for 30 shots at high power (30 Ft/Lbs) and 120 shots (12 Ft/Lbs) per charge.
Removable self indexing 10 shot rotary magazine – with optional single shot tray.
New synthetic ambidextrous stock.
Optional walnut stock.
Slingshot hammer system.
Two stage trigger.
Paddle safety catch.
Full length, built in fully baffled silencer (carbine) with optional adapter for second stage silencer.
Available up to 30 ft/lbs muzzle energy.
Weight 6.1 lbs.
Length 34 inches.
Available in .177 or 22 caliber.

More details will be available as we hear them!