British airgun maker, Brocock, recently unveiled two high-power variants of its popular semi-bullpup Bantam 2 PCP, including the Patagonia which features power levels up to 46ft/lb in .22 calibre or a whopping 55ft/lb in .25.

With a highly efficient, HUMA AIR regulated action that eliminates the usual ‘power curve’ associated with many PCPs, the Patagonia is designed with a sidebolt action, auto-indexing 10-shot magazine with single-shot loading tray option, integral power adjuster, 480cc carbon-fibre or 500cc alloy buddy bottle, Picatinny mounting rails, two-stage trigger and a polygon Lothar Walther barrel with full-length shroud that incorporates a 1/2in UNF muzzle thread.

The Patagonia has been developed in conjunction with Claudio Flores of Patagonia Airguns following his recent victory in the 2018 World Extreme Benchrest Championships whilst using a modified Brocock Bantam Sniper HR.

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