High-end PCP's. Anyone have them?

Discussion in 'Airguns' started by valnar, Feb 5, 2022.

  1. valnar

    valnar Member

    Apr 9, 2003
    I'm loving my new found hobby, especially since I can shoot quietly in my backyard. I decided to sell my Gamo Urban and step up to the $1000+ club. I bought myself a slightly used Brocock Concept XR and this thing rocks. Just like with regular guns, there is a feeling of quality between the low-end and high-end offerings which is very apparent. From the action to the trigger, it's very smooth. 'Reminds me of Tikka in that sense.

    Stock pic: bro-conceptlitexr22.png
    Austin Albright and doubleh like this.
  2. 3Crows

    3Crows Member

    Apr 22, 2018
    Wichita, Kansas
    Nice rifle. Hope it does good for you. 3C
  3. Mousegun

    Mousegun Member

    Dec 9, 2005
    I have both a Wolverine "R" (regulated) and a Daystate Red Wolf. They both shoot a one hole at 40 yards if I do my part. They are both walnut stocks. The Red Wolf is known for its plastic red and black stock, but I love walnut and what it does to make a gun look beautiful.
    There are many guns out there that will shoot as well as these two, especially in the last few years where air guns have taken a giant leap overall. You just have to make your choices and go with them.
  4. Pete D.

    Pete D. Member

    Sep 13, 2010
    I bought into the PCP game some years ago. My favorites are the big bores. The first that I acquired was a Sam Yang in .457. I used the same bullets that I cast for my 1911…just swaged them up from .452 to .457.
    That gun would throw 200 grain SWCs at 600fps.
    Last year I upgraded to an Air Force Texan. That gun will push the slug to 1000+ fps.
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