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Brocock ceasing production

PUBLISHED: 11:31 28 October 2011 | UPDATED: 11:36 28 October 2011

Brocock

Brocock

It’s the end of an era for Brocock...

Its the end of an era for Brocock. The Enigma was Brococks first foray into the world of pre charge air rifles and as such has always been regarded fondly. It was launched at the Tackle Gun Trade Show in 2004 and the first five were sold to Blackpool Air Rifles, Michael Tawn Airgun Supplies, S T Fawcett's, Uttings and Drapers Airgun Centre.

After five years and 3000 rifles, Brocock will be officially ceasing production as from February to concentrate on its ever increasing Aim-X range. Theres still time to be part of airgunning history as afew can still be purchased from allgood gunshops.

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