Things I liked:Just a good quality, coated rod. I have to clean my TX200 from the muzzle, so I use this, when a Crown Saver won't do what I want. I am careful, but being coated, I think my crown is pretty safe. Things I would have changed:Nothing.
Things I liked:These shoot the 2nd best in my TX200, of the 16 pellets I have tried so far. (CPHP 7.9 shot the tightest group.)
I have another dozen or so that I still want to try. Things I would have changed:Nothing
Things I liked:Nice tight groups from my TX200. Just a hair wider group than CPLs. Measurable, but not enough to matter. (I punch paper, and the occasional pest, so 0.04" larger group doesn't matter to me.) Things I would have changed:Nothing
Things I liked:Oh my goodness, I love this rifle! I've had it about a month, and I've put about 700 rounds through it. It was smooth to start with. After 500 rounds, it was even better. After a Vortek PG2 kit, and 200 more rounds, and a few hours polishing trigger, sear, etc, and adjusting the 2-stage trigger to my liking, my TX200 is Air Rifle Utopia! I opted for the 3-9 Bug Buster scope, so I could shoot inside. I already know I'll be putting a 12X or 16X on it next Spring. CPHP, CPL, and H&N Baracuda Match Heavy all make one ragged hole at 25 yards. Things I would have changed:Not a thing! What others should know:Not all walnut stocks have the beautiful character that is shown in many photos. Mine is pretty, but it has much "simpler" grain than some others. Would I buy walnut again? Absolutely!
Things I liked:I mounted a 3-9 Bug Buster on my TX200, with this mount. I was a little concerned about no stop pin. But after about 700 rounds, it hasn't moved at all. Very solidly built, high quality! Things I would have changed:Personally, I'd add a stop pin. Just because I think air rifle scope mounts should have stop pins. ;^)
(I'm thinking about drilling/tapping a stop pin hole, some snowy winter day, in the not-too-distant future. Just because....)
Things I liked:I bought this scope because it said it can focus down to 10 feet. And it can. My basement is about 25', so I don't need the 10' minimum. But a 10m scope is just a tad too "long" for my basement.
It's also good at 25 yards, which is the longest range I've shot it so far.
Indoors or out, the image is clear, the reticle is easy to see, the illumination is nice. Things I would have changed:Adjusting parallax and zoom are both a bit difficult. (Zoom is harder than parallax.) I hope this loosens up a bit, as I use the scope more. It's only about a month old now.
Things I liked:My TX200 likes this pellet better than any of the other 15 I have tried so far. (I tried the first 15 "most popular" on the PA site.) At 25 yards, 5 shot groups are around 0.03", ctc. CPL and H&N Baracuda Match Heavies are just a smidge behind. Close enough that on any given day, I might get a tighter group with CPLs or BMHs.) But for punching paper, and the occasional critter, there is no significant difference between these three, for me. JSB Exacts (8.44 and 10.34) both come in 0.1 to 0.15 larger than these three. Things I would have changed:Nothing