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Written on: 21/06/2016 by McClearypb366 (1 review written)
I recently bought my Brocock Hunter from Veals in Bristol, it's my first PCP air rifle, even though I have had air guns nearly all my life, and bad shotguns for many years. However I was recently diagnosed with Multiple sclerosis, which meant I am unable to use a shotgun so they all went. My son and son in law, persuaded me to try air rifles, so I bought a Wiehrauch HW57, as I had for many years bad a BSA Airsporter and preferred that to a break barrel. This was fine, but, my son was fairly… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/05/2014 by Devin21 (1 review written)
Just a quick one on the hunter 22 since they have been out for a while . Bought mine about 8 years ago when just getting into shooting and upgrading from a tuned 95k ( beautiful gun and bought that back as well) Sold the hunter and then over the next year or so went through all the competition high end models after reading comics Won't mention any names but you know them all . . . Just got me hunter back and can't believe how good it is compared to some of the 7to8 hundred quid stuff I've… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/08/2013 by tel.f (1 review written)
got my hunter 2nd hand £200 with silencer and scope and new stirrup pump yes a result i love this rifle , now just sent to brocock for a service £75+vat better than much more expensive rifles ,, downside hardwork putting a pellet in but thats all ,a great rifle thou… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/12/2012 by ginger-shooter (1 review written)
hi all, just on here to say what a amazing gun this is. I brought my brocock hunter 2nd hand for £250, including the pump, bag, scopes an pellets... also a skinning knife. the rifle has done nothing more or nothing less then hit the spot for me.. shoots acurate at 5 - 35 yards.. having rabbits at 25yrds pidgeons an squirrls at 15 - 20 yards... all round good shooting... having fun with my girl friends brother in the back garden he loves this gun. … Read Full Review
Written on: 01/09/2012
i went lamping a couple of weeks ago with the BROCOCK hunter and freinds and i must say that to snipe a pigoen standing barrel up in the air stop a pigoen dead from 60 yards away to me that is impressive!lightweight accurate silent deadly looks. the brocock has all these reccomend this beauty to anyone :)… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/04/2011
had hunter for a month now ,superb .reliable held my own against a s410 and a daystate over a weekend shoot.considering we are not marksmen or full time hunters we done well 47 kills between us ,28 with the brocock,[av it] .as i said before a little heavier but also more stable.never used a rest once,got about 50shots at full power ,drop offwas quite rapid after that,but mine is quite an old gun.over the winter will consider having sevice etc to restore back to full performance but for now just… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/04/2011
bought an air arms s410 from shop only to find it had a leak,strange because i was told it had just come back after having a full reseal. couldnt get refund but was offered other guns instead,optied for brocock hunter.all the right bits ,looked good, felt good so i had it.atfirst i thougnt i had gone in a garagewith a merc and come out with a vauxhall,little did i know, wow what a performeryes a little heavier but maybe more stable.accurate up to my limits anyway,really enjoying now,wish i… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/08/2010
Acquired the wooden stock version of this with silencer and scope for £356 from Drapers Nottingham.
Took three rabbits last night the final one in darkness (lamping) at over 30yds,this final kill was supported by a fence post.
This feels like a good rifle not too heavy but solidly built.
If there is a criticism then its that it can be a bit fiddly to load, however once practiced not a problem and as stated in other comments you can buy a magazine.
Compared to more expensive rifles its… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/04/2009 by carld42 (1 review written)
Had this Brocock Hunter .22 for a while now, Love it, You can also now get a custom made multi shot magazine from rowan engineering. Nice shot count very accurate and good value for a pcp… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/04/2009 by wildbill (1 review written)
This Brocock Hunter .22 gun is a waxa! perfect at everything you shoot at,thumbhole stock a real looker. love it!… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/03/2009
The Brocock Hunter .22 is a cracking gun but a bit fiddly to load if out in the field. I highly recommend it and I have had any number of guns in the past. This gun cries out for a multi shot version… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/01/2009 by parke85 (2 reviews written)
The Brocock Hunter .22 is a cheap pcp, good build quality, accurate, light weight. value speaks in volumes ,you dont need to spend a fortune on a good air rifle the hunter proves this ,wap an A G S 3-9 40 scope....... watch out vermin. good luck… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/01/2009 by parke85 (2 reviews written)
the Brocock Hunter is a bargain P C P, if u can ,get a pump not a diving bottle as i found it performed better , good luck !… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/07/2008 by Welsh Willy (1 review written)
I have owned the Brocock Hunter .22 for about 9 months and to be honest it 's the first rifle I reach for from the gun rack.
Give it a full 195 -200bar fill of air (I use a pump and it takes 5 - 10 mins) and in return I get a very respectable 80 full power shots.
Accuracy is also good, I find that mine likes a diet of RWS SUPERFIELDS I get a 10 shot group the size of an inch kneeling shots at about 30 - 40 yds.
The bolt is a solid affair, pick it up pull it back put a pellet in the breach ( a… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/07/2008
Just a question to anyone that has one of these. Some people have said the loading action is bit dodgy. Is this true or just rubbish??
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Written on: 17/06/2008
Very nice gun for the money!!! Light weight, accurate, cheap. This could really go with a multishot version… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/04/2008 by jon007700 (1 review written)
Well worth the money-didnt like the plastic stock so the wooden one is the one i would look for.would recomend it to a friend… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/04/2008 by jack wills (1 review written)
Good looking gun kill vermin stone cold every time best gun ive had so far i would recomend the gun to peeps who are into hunting and target shooting in it is the best… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/03/2007 by P N S (1 review written)
Bought my Brocock Hunter 2 weeks ago - and as previous reviwers have said, this is an excellent piece of kit. Combined with the Brocock silencer + an AGS sight, this is a must have combination.
Straight out of the box - and within 10 shots - this baby was zero'd at 30 yards .... grouping within an inch. I'd recommend this PCP to anyone starting out with a PCP rifle ..... and I would also recommend JS Ramsbottom - they are selling the rifle + silencer for £199 .... BARGAIN!… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/01/2007 by H8219575 (1 review written)
I love this rifle - even more than my modified ben taylor bsa lightning ! ( now that's saying something )
Buy one you'll love it too, doesn't pretend to be something it's not, great for hunting, it will give you more shots than you can use when out and about.
Everyone at the club just had to have a look ( pick it up, move it around, place it into the shoulder, you know what i mean) .
Well would i buy another, ermmm, yes but i can't think of a valid reason to tell the wife !… Read Full Review
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