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PostPosted: Mon Jan 04, 2021 6:50 pm 
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Location: Cochrane Alberta
Looking for some info.

I have the above rifle in .177 sub 500 fps. I have a pal so I have increased the hammer spring to get it to shoot jsb 7.33's at 620 (20-24 shots) but seem to be maxed out. This gets me about 6FPE. I know this rifle has been tested alot in the UK and they seem to get 25-30 or so shots near 12 fpe in .177 ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wSn6pBoT72E&t=470s), so I assume I have turned hammer up to much and I am wasting air. I assume the Canadian version must have a restricted Transfer port. I believe in these rifles it is a brass transfer port (fitting) that is sandwiched between the action/barrel and the air tube with O rings. Do I need to get a hold of a larger version of this brass transfer port? Or drill it out, if so anyone know the size the port should be? I just want it to be sub 12 like UK as this little rifle will be out of air very quick with any more power.

I tried to get a hold of Brocock but no response and no one ion Canada sells Brocock so no support here.

Thanks in advance.


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 07, 2021 7:46 pm 
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So Brocock got back top me and said, "go to your local seller of Brocock for advice and parts". HMM I told them we do not have a Brocock dealer here so....

Well I am glad we do not have a dealer now, as I may have been tempted to buy a newer one, not any longer.

So this sweet little carbine will likely go back to sub 500 fps and be put up for sale. I love it and would keep for my kids but my girls, tomboyish as they may be, are not interested\ and I have no need to keep it. I love the look and feel of it, just wish it was a PAL rated one.


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