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    Element
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    Am I the only guy with 1 of these airguns? Never see much info about it!

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    dr_beretta
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    I have one and it’s a great gun. Not a whole lot of info if it isn’t broken ;)

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    Olevey
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    I had one 25 caliber and I absolutely loved it my only issue was it was a little short on the power that I need.   It was amazingly accurate out to 60 yards it’s starting to fall little short then when I tried for a hundred though.   I recently traded it for a daystate air ranger I will say though for the money the brocock is one of the best deals out there

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    Smaug
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    I’m a big fan of mine. I think they’d be loads more popular if they came with a nice wood stock. For me and a lot of people, it’s hard to pay the big bucks for a rifle with a plastic stock, no matter how nice.

    I need to do an update video on mine.

    Here’s my first vid on it, in case you haven’t seen it yet:

    Let me know what you’d like to see in a long-term update.

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    Element
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    Smaug, I’ve seen your video very nice review! My gun seems to have lost some zip so to speak so I purchased a huma reg for it, upon the tear down I noticed the valve stem has unscrewed is way out of the plastic piece it’s threaded into possibly that is the reason why and shot count decrease I’m new to the pcp game and looking for more details and tuning procedures! Thanks guys for your time!

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    Clyde
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    I have one in .22 cal. Very accurate. I have claimed numerous squirrels and rabbits with mine. My only complaint/problems involve lack of information. For example, specifications list a 3 position power switch, mine seems to have 4,????? Also specs. indicate adjustable trigger. The poor excuse for an owners manual does not cover this well and my inquiries to AOA have not been answered. Also had to purchase an extra magazine/clip from a seller in the UK. Could not locate one in the US.
    This is my first PCP rifle. My next one will not be this brand due to lack of support and information.

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    Element
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    Clyde I agree 100% great gun no info and it does feel like 4 position power switch! Very accurate, the new bottled version looks nice for increased shot count but lack of information and support will keep me away!

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    hokieben
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    “Smaug”Let me know what you’d like to see in a long-term update.
     

    
25 – 50 yard groups with a few different pellets.
    Show POI shift at 25 yards on each power level.

    Looking forward to an update on the Compatto. Thanks for taking the time to do the video reviews… I enjoy them.

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    Birdo
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    Mines a compatto bantam in 177.  Super accuracy and tons of shots per fill at a low fill pressure of 190 BAR.  It’s quiet, no complaints from upstairs.  The wood stock looks nice and the balance is near perfect.  I’m getting a proper 3-9×32 scope from clearidge this week.

    It has a carbon fiber Daystate bottle on it and I wonder if Daystate contributed to other internal components.

    Every one shopping for Steamlines should consider this too, Woody streamlines are nearly as much $$ and when you figure in the LDC for the streamline, it’s more.  Bantams come with a decent LDC from Daystate, its a model called the reflex, a decent carbon fiber LDC.

    No regulator to fail either, which can be considered an advantage, forensically speaking.

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    Smaug
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    “Clyde”I have one in .22 cal. Very accurate. I have claimed numerous squirrels and rabbits with mine. My only complaint/problems involve lack of information. For example, specifications list a 3 position power switch, mine seems to have 4,????? Also specs. indicate adjustable trigger. The poor excuse for an owners manual does not cover this well and my inquiries to AOA have not been answered. Also had to purchase an extra magazine/clip from a seller in the UK. Could not locate one in the US.
    This is my first PCP rifle. My next one will not be this brand due to lack of support and information.

    
Sounds like you may be in over your head. Not that I know any better…

    Is it possible it would be partly unscrewed to position it at a certain depth?

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    LrrpAigunner
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    Element,

    I have a .22 cal and I am looking to purchase a regulator. I was watching a video on youtube (see link below) about their set up which includes a regulator and what it needs to be done. The sad thing is that they do not show any work on how regulator was installed. They talked about some recommendations to get it right. Once I purchase the regulator, I’ve been thinking to take my rifle to a local gunsmith to see if he can work on it.  Otherwise I will shipped my Brocock Compatto to someone who knows since it may needs some fine tuning to get it done right. Let me know if you get it fix.

    Here is the link: 

    By the way were did you purchase your regulator?

    Thank you.

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    Element
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    It is from huma regulators in the Netherlands

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    Clyde
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    Sounds like you may be in over your head. Not that I know any better…Is it possible it would be partly unscrewed to position it at a certain depth?

    Not sure what you meant by the above statements.
    ​In over my head?? I will admit to not knowing much about air rifles, but, I am not at this time attempting to take anything apart. As stated before, Specs indicate 3 power positions, mine seem to have 4. Specs indicate the trigger is adjustable in 3 ways, yet the “owners manual” does not describe 3 ways or what does what.
    ​What would be “unscrewed to a position it at a certain depth”. I have no idea what you are talking about here.
    I bought this rifle because it was a multi shot air rifle and no other reason.

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    Domars
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    Is the Bantam as backyard friendly as they advertise? I have been checking it out and like the idea of such an increased shot count. Any more info on the Bantam would be appreciated. Thanks

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    Birdo
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    My Bantam is plenty quiet and I will use in backyard with close neighbors.  Low setting is of course quietest.

    quieter than my CO2 plinkers

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