Introduction

No other airgun looks like it or performs like it. Its bull-pup style carbine-length shortens the Compatto to just 34 inches (864mm) but retains a full length 18 inch (457mm) barrel and a 150cc air tube for maximum shots and power

Nothing has been left to chance from its high-tech polymer stock to an all metal 10 shot magazine.

The Compatto takes Brocock to a new design standard.

Features

Compatto features include:

  • Precharged from a dive cylinder or high pressure pump
  • Three power settings of low, medium and high
  • Removable self indexing 10 shot rotary magazine
  • Synthetic ambidextrous stock
  • Slingshot hammer system
  • Two Stage trigger
  • Resettable safety catch
  • Full length, built in fully baffled silencer with adapter for second stage silence
  • Available up to 30 ft/lbs muzzle energy
  • Weight 3.17 kg
  • Length 864mm (34 inches)
  • .177, .22  cal
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Full length shrouded barrel with integral baffled silencer with adapter for optional second stage silencer.

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Adjustable three stage power selector (Low, Medium & High)

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Synthetic ambidextrous stock

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Adjustable butt pad

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Stock mounted picatinny accessory rail

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Ten shot removable magazine

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Slingshot hammer system

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Two stage trigger with resettable safety catch

Specification

Overall Length: 864mm/34″
Barrel: 457mm (18 inch) Lothar Walther – Choked/Crowned
Dovetail width: 11.5mm
Weight (unscoped): 3.17 kg
Available Calibres: .177 (4.5 mm), .22 (5.5 mm)
Valve Type: Self Regulating
Magazine: 10-Shot rotary, removable
UK Power/Shots per charge – .177 cal gives 75 shots,   .22 cal gives 90 shots
Export Power/Shots per charge –  .177 cal 18 ft/lbs gives 25 shots,  .22 cal  30 ft/lbs gives 30 shots
UK Charge Pressure: 200 bar
Export/FAC Charge Pressure: 240 bar
Trigger: Two stage adjustable
Stock: Synthetic ambidextrous

Reviews

Compatto Field Review by Shooting News

Check out this great field review of the Compatto from Shooting…

Compatto review by Airgun Shooter

Review of the Compatto by Nigel Allen of Airgun Shooter magazine. Airgun…