Date: 9/2/2016 8:50

Air Arms Cocking Aid, Fits TX200

Air Arms Cocking Aid, Fits TX200

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PY-A-3164

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  • Description
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  • Q & A: 1 answered question
  • Cocking aid for TX200
  • Makes it easier to grasp the underlever
  • Quickly, easily attaches; no machining required



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Item Code: AA-TX238A [PY-A-3164]

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By Charles from USA on 2015-12-18
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Things I liked: looked good

Things I would have changed: I would include mounting screws and thread the holes the screws go in

What others should know: not worth the cost

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By Hunter from USA on 2015-04-20
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Things I liked: Deeply checkered and grips very well. Much easier to cock than just using the lever.

Things I would have changed: Set pins could have been larger

What others should know: This will scratch your lever. The stop pins will gouge and scrape the blue finish off your rifle. This is all under the cocking aid and out of sight but plan on not taking it off once it's on.

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By William from USA on 2015-03-15
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Things I liked: I found this product, with its large, serrated grasping surface, makes cocking the TX200 so much easier. Plus it saves wear on the bluing of the cocking arm.

Things I would have changed: Would mind seeing it available in aluminum or brass. Otherwise nothing.

What others should know: I highly recommend this product.

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  • Nhat from USA asked:

    Is this made of aluminum or steel? If steel will it rust over time?

    • TA from USA asked:

      how does it on onto the cocking level, what are the two holes for? Is there any pix showing how it looks like on the rifle?

      • Cory from USA:

        It is held in place with set screws on the bottom, and the holes are for the part on the bottom of the barrel the cocking lever rests against.

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