Hot on the heels of the Patagonia – a super-high-power variant of the semi-bullpup Bantam 2 – unveiled in January at the US SHOT Show, British airgunmaker Brocock has taken the wraps off two more powerhouse models. Delegates at the IWA Outdoor Classics International Trade Fair in Nuremberg, Germany will be the first to see and handle their new Bantam 2 Magnum and Commander Magnum offerings.
Distinguished by their ported muzzles, businesslike looks and twin gauges, both Magnums are capable of power outputs up to 45ft/lbs in .22 calibre, and a whopping 55ft/lbs in .25 courtesy of their integral HUMA-Air air regulators that not only improve shot-count, but also shot-to-shot consistency.
The Bantam 2 Magnum comes dressed in either a black Ballistic Polymer or dark grey thumbhole laminate stock, each sporting an adjustable cheek and butt pad. Meanwhile, the new and more tactical looking Commander Magnum is available in black and Cerakote synthetic stock finishes. Export models also feature a foldable butt.