How does Brocock do it ???? they are the true innovators when it comes to cutting edge airguns in my opinion . I love the fact that they have such a small air reservoir and so many different adjustments for power , I would dream of owning one but with three kids and being disabled best I can do is dream . What would be the max distance for the shooting of this airgun in .22 ? That looks not just powerful but would be easy to fill with a portable pump for carrying in the field or backyard pest control .
I have seen a bunch of guys at the range shooting these pistols. Alot of them love it because it makes them more accurate with regular hand guns. I fail to see how these big guns help when they are 5lbs and and at least twice as big as regular handgun. Needless to say, perfect gun for around the house looks like. Can anyone confirm or deny this?
Thank you sir for another fine review of
another fine creation by Brocock. What a
fine looking, rugged built yet refined
On the other end of power levels,
I am confused as to why Brocock has
yet to offer a .30, while Daystate offers
the Wolverine 2 .303 Highlite. I look forward
to seeing what Brocock comes up with in the future,
Thank you to all involved for such a nice RDW!