Brocock Concept Lite is in the house…

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    blkbagger
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    And looking really good.… I only got to squeeze the trigger and put a few through a chronograph, mostly to hear how loud/quiet it is… It is the quietest airgun I have ever heard… Very well made… I had to have one…

    More to come…  Ken

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    intenseaty22
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    Congrats! 👀 forward to your review. What cal did you get? 

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    L.Leon
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    Subscribed, and awaiting further observations. I do love my Compatto, so the Concept Lite certainly appeals to me.

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    mark2cars
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    Sweet lookin rifle !!! Congrats !!!

     

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    LMNOP
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    Brocock Commander Hi-Lite owner here — love it, nearly 6K rounds through it and all without a single cleaning or failure.  Subscribing to this thread because I wouldn't mind picking one of these up.

    Time and desire permitting (thanks in advance, of course), I would love to compare and contrast MV and shot count on the various power settings.  I'd also love to see your thoughts on a moderator versus the shroud.  I've got a Koi on my Commander and found that contrasting it against the muzzle brake under a covered porch was night and day.

    Beautiful rifle, congrats!  Speaking from experience I take a Q-tip and dab a little silicon grease on it, cock the bolt back, lubricate it sparingly, and run it forward back a few times.  It really helps with the bolt movement.

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    It's .22, If you all are interested I'll report on it in a couple days and give a little review… I really like it so far, waiting on some goodies for it, still need to pick a scope for it, I will be playing with an Old Centerpoint scope I have here later, see how it does…

    Ken

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    It's .22, If you all are interested I'll report on it in a couple days and give a little review… I really like it so far, waiting on some goodies for it, still need to pick a scope for it, I will be playing with an Old Centerpoint scope I have here later, see how it does…

    Ken

    Yes, please… shot count. Velocity with JSB 15.9s and 18s please, throw some Crosman Premiers in the mix. Thank you ☺️.

     

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    Velocity, 800FPS with JBS 15.9s  +- 3 fps Out of the box, no adjustments made by me…

    Ken

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    blkbagger

    Velocity, 800FPS with JBS 15.9s  +- 3 fps Out of the box, no adjustments made by me…

    Ken

    On full power? Then its too slow

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    Velocity, 800FPS with JBS 15.9s  +- 3 fps Out of the box, no adjustments made by me…

    Ken

    On full power? Then its too slow

    My Compatto averages just over 900 FPS with the JSB 15.9s on full power for 25 shots. And averages 850 FPS with the 18s. I’m hoping your power selector was on low.

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    davidsng
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    Great looking gun!  I really need a folding stock one to add to my collection!

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    blkbagger
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    I may have been incorrect about the pellet weight when the gun was shot through the chronograph at Trenier Outdoors, I think we may have been shooting the heavier JSBs, I just got it home, have only read the manual once…

    RE: Folding stock version; my folding stock adapter and Magpul UBR stock along with a Magpul AK47 MOE Rubber Grip will be here this week, mine will be a folding stock version this week, photos to follow…

    I purchased a new LDC for this rifle, 0db by Huma, it makes the rifle extremely quiet, although the rifle is very quiet with the stock shroud, the rifle comes stock with a standard 1/2-20 UNF thread on the shroud from the factory… Very pleased so far, I'll report back after shooting some strings through the chronograph with known pellet weights…

    Ken

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    OK, the real numbers of my first 10 shot string ever recorded through my Caldwell BP Chronograph…

    JSB Jumbo Diabolo 15.89 grains

    Created: 08/05/19 09:40 AM

    Description: 1st string

    Notes 1:

    Notes 2:

    Distance to Chrono(FT): 1.00

    Ballistic Coefficient: 1.000

    Bullet Weight(gr): 0.00

    Temp: 79 °F

    BP: 1016.00 inHg

    Altitude: 0.00

    #          FPS  FT-LBS      PF

    10    886      0.00    0.00   

    9    881      0.00    0.00   

    8    881      0.00    0.00   

    7    882      0.00    0.00   

    6    879      0.00    0.00   

    5    886      0.00    0.00   

    4    884      0.00    0.00   

    3    873      0.00    0.00   

    2    878      0.00    0.00   

    1    876      0.00    0.00   

    Average: 880.6 FPS

    SD: 4.2 FPS

    Min: 873 FPS

    Max: 886 FPS

    Spread: 13 FPS

    Shot/sec: 0.1

    True MV: 881 FPS

    Group Size (in): 0.00

    I'm new to using any chronograph and the Caldwell application, I will find out the numbers I need to plug in to get a better data set and how to better utilize the chronograph… More to come…

    Ken

     

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    One more string from this morning… Another ten shots, I cannot report on accuracy yet as I have no decent scope to mount on this new rifle, it has an 11mm dovetail rail on top and I have no rings for a 30mm tube… I will have it setup completely in a couple days and will report back often… Here's the second ten shot string through my chronograph…

    Created: 08/05/19 10:05 AM

    Description: 2nd String

    Notes 1: JSB 0.22 Jumbo Diabolo 15.89 0

    Notes 2:

    Distance to Chrono(FT): 1.00

    Ballistic Coefficient: 0.000

    Bullet Weight(gr): 15.89

    Temp: 81 °F

    BP: 1016.00 inHg

    Altitude: 0.00

    #          FPS  FT-LBS      PF

    10    873      26.89    13.87 

    9    866      26.47    13.76 

    8    892      28.08    14.17 

    7    882      27.45    14.01 

    6    872      26.83    13.86 

    5    892      28.08    14.17 

    4    883      27.51    14.03 

    3    881      27.39    14.00 

    2    876      27.08    13.92 

    1    892      28.08    14.17 

    Average: 880.9 FPS

    SD: 9.2 FPS

    Min: 866 FPS

    Max: 892 FPS

    Spread: 26 FPS

    Shot/sec: 0.1

    True MV: inf FPS

    Group Size (in): 0.00

     

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    A little more… The hole pattern on the foregrip of the Concept Lite is the same as M-Lok, but its not actually compatible, the foregrip is threaded directly and uses a little larger fastener than standard M-Lok mounting…  Also, the lower piccatinny rail is not removeable as it's machined directly into the aluminum lower receiver housing, it's very well made… A photo… Sorry about the lighting… The large rail is a stock Concept rail, the smaller one is actual M-Lok…

    Ken

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    This is a very interesting AG, I am curious about the low check height as I really mostly shot from a benchrest.

     

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    I'm going to design a set of vinyl wraps for the Concept Lite, I'm going to do it in "Digital Urban Camo" on the lower receiver panels and gas tube, carbon fiber on the barrel shroud and possibly some other accents, I'll post photos when it's done…

    The above graphics I cut for Leshiys, but show the pattern I'll be using…

    Ken

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    I have a scope mounted as low as it can be and I think it's fine, the thin buffer tube and adjustable stock provide for a lower cheek weld which aligns with the scope mounted low… Should be fine… I should mention the scope mounted low does not interfere with the magazine or included single shot tray in any way… The adjustable length stock is nice, has no wobble and is solid at every position… These are just my personal opinions…

    Ken

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    Very nice — looks like MV is similar to the BSA R10 SE — my father owns one of those.  My commander results are at https://www.airgunnation.com/topic/brocock-commander-chrony-results/

    Would you be willing to test some between high and low power settings?  Last time I did the Chrony I was seeing 965 FPS with 14.3gr CPD.  About 810-820 on the low power setting.

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    Ken — dropped you a PM

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