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    Finally finished my project – Brocock Compatto to “Bantam” configuration.  The original gun as you know has an air tube instead of a bottle.  The slim stock feels better to me.  I have in fact held the Bantam stock and although I like it, this slimmer stock feels good!….plus I didn’t have to spend the money to buy an actual Bantam stock.  This gun, I know isn’t the prettiest thing out there, but heck it shoots great and the shot count is awesome. I run this gun at around 12ft/lbs to 18ft/lb, so with the huge reservoir it acts like it is regulated.  Awesome!  Enjoy!

     

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    underside exposing the fill nipple…the large hole is to facilitate the removal of the female quick disconnect

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    Phildog59
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    Nice good 

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    T3PRanch
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    Details to accomplish this feat would be desirable.

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    I thought you'd never ask….

    Required parts:

    Brocock Bantam bottle adapter block (part # 11) and male fill adapter pieces (part # 17,18,19,15,14,10,13,12 and 16 x 2)

    Buddy bottle to replace airtube (aftermarket aluminum or carbon fiber bottle rated for 250 bar max pressure, or part # 20)

    pressure gauge (part # 83 and 16)

     

    I found the parts list on the Brocock website (http://brocock.co.uk/index.php/user-manuals/)

     

    After gathering your parts, you need to make the required cuts on your stock to allow the bottle to fit, and then a hole cut at the bottom of your stock to access the fill port.  Replacing the airtube with the bottle adapter is straight forward-check parts diagram for fitment.

     

    Please do not attempt to do this modification if you are unfamiliar working with high pressure air rifles.  It can potentially be dangerous and/or fatal if you make a mistake.  This posting is for informational purposes only.

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    T3PRanch
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    Too Cool. Any trouble getting parts? This will be perfect because when I increased my Compatto to 40 ft/lb it became a serious air hog!

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    Why didn’t you call it Comcock?

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    If I understand it correctly you should be able to order the parts from your nearest Brocock Dealer.  There maybe some wait times of course for shipping.  If I were you and you seriously wanted to accomplish this conversion…contact Brocock directly via email and ask them how to order the parts. 

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    Peskadot671
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    Why didn’t you call it Comcock?

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