Things I liked:Look and feel are top notch. As soon as you open the box you know you don't have a typical air rifle. The TX200 will outshoot most recreational airgunners. Learn the proper hold and use a good pellet.......also get a decent scope. This is a simply amazing shooter. Things I would have changed:It's a tad heavy, but that is what provides it's stability. What others should know:Although it's not necessary, a tune job has made mine nearly silent and exceptionally smooth and consistent. A tune is easy to do yourself and could be a simple relube, or a replacement of the stock seal and spring. The factory parts are great, but I just wanted that bit of edge.
This thing is simple to take apart and maintain. Air Arms field, both 4.51, and 4.52 work awesome in this rifle. CPL domed work good as well. Get a tin or so through it and watch it become extremely accurate and consistent.
Things I liked:Great looking. Smooth action. Easy to operate and adjust. Extremely accurate. Things I would have changed:Power adjustment knob needs positive clicks rather than free spinning. Adjustable butt-pad. What others should know:This is one magnificent air rifle and is .22 caliber. I have been extremely impressed. Both Air Arms fields plus 5.52 and JSB heavies 18.1 grain work very well with the JSB grouping a tiny bit better at greater distances (70+ yards and up). After learning the rifle and finding the right pellet/barrel match, I have been able to make 5 shot groups of 1 inch at 103 yards. I have even made some 3/4 inch groups at that distance. A 20 shot group at that distance was slightly under 1 1/2 inches. This was using a rest. It has a sweet spot of 175 bar down to around 120 bar. This results in 25 consistent shots. Although you can fill to 200 bar and shoot down to 110 bar and get many more shots, which will be accurate at closer distances (50 yards and closer).
Things I liked:Typical KWA quality. I own an sr12 and an ATP as well. This CQB is very easy to handle. It is very sturdy and works perfectly. Quality materials and craftsmanship went into it. Things I would have changed:I own sevaeral types and brands of airsoft and KWA leaves little to nothing to be desired. There's nothing I would change about it. What others should know:Remember there is a break-in period of around 3000 shots.During this break-in period accuracy and range are affected due to the gearbox grease being expelled. Learn how to clean your hop up bucking and barrel. Go to KWA owners forums for detailed explanations on this. It's easy after you do it a time or two. Also, the more you shoot, the more the barrel becomes honed and polished, resulting in a higher degree of accuracy over time. It's good to start with though. I use kwa/ksc .30's and the range and accuracy are great. 50 yards is nothing with this thing.