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I was hoping the previous thread may have answered my question. Technicaly is it possible to increase the power of the BACS. I have a Safari rifle and live in a country where FAC does not exist for airguns.
16-07-2003, 07:16 PM
Not sure at all, but I think the TAC system struggles to reach 12ft/lbs, so I wouldn't have thought higher power was possible.
I seem to remember from early 1980s airgun magazines that rifles like the Ensign, an early air cartridge rifle, were available in FAC version.
I think the question would be, why the hell would you want to do it?
If you're after a bolt-action centrefire look-alike air rifle why not investigate the Spartan. You would not get a huge number of shots in an FAC version because the cylinder is small so that it can be concealed in the forend, but they are beautifully made rifles.
I have one (12 ft lb) and my only criticism is it's too nice to take out for fear of scratching it.
16-07-2003, 11:12 PM
A Brocock tac wil fire under 6FP in a Pistol , and close to 12FP in a Rifle.
The Pistol is designed , via slots to loose part of the power on firing.
The Rifle is designed to use all of the Tacs power.
Tacs , are no where as efficient as a modern precharged rifle.
As use them on the Practical Pistol circuit.
As a powerful and accurate Pistol.
Plus with Jet loaders etc as near as this Goverment will let us to Action Pistol Shooting.
There are Action pictures via the Web site and bbs.
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