Why choose Alpha Militaria?
What differentiates us from the rest?
Automatic Warranty Registration
We’ll register your air rifle for you, under your name, so you’ll never have to worry about warranty coverage.
Free in person or remote air rifle setup
Meet Richard at Reading shooting club, or have a free 15 minute video call to answer any questions.
Free pellet sample pack
We’ll choose a selection of pellets that we think are great for your rifle, and include them so you can try before you buy.
Access to the Alpha Militaria community
Support doesn’t end at purchase. You’ll have access to our responsive and inclusive online community for ongoing help and support.
Brocock Compatto XR
Today Brocock is part of the Diana Group, which owns Italian gun makers Marocchi & Breda. Founded in 1989, Brocock was originally located in Birmingham’s old gun quarter. Following its acquisition in 2014, it moved to purpose built premises in Staffordshire, England alongside sister companies Daystate and MTC Optics.
Brocock Air Rifle History
Brocock is one of the British airgun industry’s unsung heroes and a true innovator. It was an early pioneer of PCP models including the Contour Super 6 and Enigma takedown rifle. It also developed an air cartridge system for air pistols which has subsequently been made illegal. Since its purchase in 2014, the range has been improved and the current line up features Huma-Air regulators, several of which have won world titles for target and bench rest shooting.
Compatto XR features include:
- Ergonomic sidelever operation
- Precharged from a dive cylinder or high-pressure pump
- Three power settings of low, medium and high
- Removable self-indexing 10 shot rotary magazine
- Single Shot Tray
- Synthetic ambidextrous stock with black “Soft Touch” option
- Slingshot hammer system
- Two Stage trigger
- Resettable safety catch
- Full length, built in fully baffled silencer with an adapter for second stage silence
- Available up to 30 ft/lbs muzzle energy
- Weight 3.17 kg
- Length 864mm (34 inches)
- .177, .22 cal
We receive regular stock updates from Brocock and Daystate, which is why a lot of the time our guns are listed as out of stock.If your gun is in stock, it will usually be dispatched within a day or two, via Parcelforce, to your local RFD. If collecting from our suppliers direct in Staffordshire, we can arrange this fairly shortly after payment is made. Please note that this is subject to receiving the RFD’s certificate via email. If there are any delays in receiving this from your local RFD, this may hold up the delivery process.For collection from Richard at Reading Target Shooting Club, we’ll let you know as soon as Richard has the gun in hand.
You can check the stock status on our website. We do our very best to keep this as up to date as possible, as we want to avoid situations where people are waiting on back orders for guns, so we only sell in stock rifles in general.On rare occasions, your gun may have just gone out of stock before your order. In this instance, we’ll let you know right away so you can decide on whether to wait or receive a refund.
Due to UK regulations, and the fact that we are a small independent retailer, we do not have a network of RFD certified delivery drivers who are able to deliver door to door. We can only deliver to your local RFD at present.
You can pay securely via credit / debit card on our website checkout, or request a bank transfer invoice if you prefer.
Add an in stock gun to your basket and proceed to checkout. The steps in checkout will guide you through the process. You’ll need to specify whether you want to collect your rifle or have it delivered to an RFD.
If your RFD is not already registered with Daystate and Brocock, we will reach out to them and request their RFD certificate to pass on. Note that this process may delay the order if the RFD is not responsive.
Returns and Warranty
You are covered by your UK consumer rights with regards to returns.In summary, if your gun is defective, we will cover return postage on your rifle and will refund or replace the rifle.If you no longer want your air rifle, it is imperative that it has not been opened or used. We do not cover return postage in this instance, and any signs of use or damage will mean deductions will be taken from the refund up to the full amount. Unwanted rifles must be returned within 30 days of receipt.