Date: 21/7/2017 21:34

Air Arms TX200 HC - Hunter Carbine

Air Arms TX200 HC - Hunter Carbine

Walnut stock

Morgan (L.) and Kristen Smith are Louisiana 4-H Shooting Sports Teen Ambassadors, and they promote shooting statewide (Kristen is also a National 4-H Shooting Sports Teen Ambassador). They're holding an Air Arms TX200 Hunter Carbine, but they also used the Air Arms S200 Target air rifle for some matches.

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The Hunter Carbine is a short version of the TX200. The HC also shares the standard TX200 Mk III internals but externally looks the same as previous models. Because this is a carbine, the lever is shorter, making it heavier to cock, in addition to having a higher cocking effort than the standard TX200. Includes a Lothar Walther barrel.
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Caliber0.177" (4.5mm)
Max Velocity930 fps
Barrel Length9.53"
Overall Length38.35"
Shot Capacity1
Cocking Effort34 lbs.
Front Sightnone
Rear Sightnone
Scopeable11mm dovetail
TriggerTwo-stage adjustable
ButtplateVentilated rubber
Suggested forSmall game hunting/target practice
Weight8.5 lbs
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By Scott from USA on 2017-01-31
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Things I liked: I am very happy I decided to purchase this rifle. I took my time and did months of research before choosing the Air Arms Tx 200 HC. I've been a shooter for over 30 years, taught by my father with traditional rifles and air rifles in the late 70s and early 80s. I also spent 6 years in the Army so my experience level is probably a little above the average air gunner. I wanted to get serious about air guns so I can teach my son to shoot without going to a range. New laws seriously limit where and what you can shoot, and a quality air gun is a great option. So I purchased the tx hc in beech, and I'm glad I did. It is plenty beautiful and the same rifle as its walnut brother. I purchased a decent scope and upgraded mounts, this rifle is worthy of the best components. After owning the rifle for a couple months I could not be happier. It is tough to cock, but you get used to it. It is heavy, but the weight is necessary to absorb the shock and the solid feel is really nice.Nice accurate rifle!

Things I would have changed: If a pound could come off the rifle that would be nice. Cocking is tough after 30 minutes or so of shooting, and I workout 4 days a week with weights That's all though. I love this rifle and I probably will have it forever.

What others should know: In my opinion the Air Arms Tx 200 HC is about as good as it gets. I have the 22, and its a serious rifle that exceeds my expectations. The minute you hold it you realize its the top springer out there. I considered a Walther, and I may still buy one at some point, but I'm proud to own this beautiful and extremely well engineered rifle.


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By RKBGAP from USA on 2015-12-15
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3.343 ratings

Things I liked: Absolutely beautiful gun. Shoulders nicely. Great trigger.

Things I would have changed: Probably wouldn't change anything on the design but there are some minor details that just aren't right. (1). Rubber plug on the bottom side of the barrel is supposed to protect the barrel from the cocking arm when you put the arm back into the up position. Mine fell off within 50 shots. Will not go back in the hole. Very cheap piece of rubber that really doesn't fit properly. (2.) Tiny screws that hold the cocking guard in place came out within 100 shots. The guard slid down the cocking arm and turned slightly. One of the tiny screws was sticking out and slightly nicked the bottom of the barrel. Made me sick (3).The whole cocking arm has a lot of "slop" meaning it has movement from side to side at the top of the cocking stroke and also at the bottom. Simply put the cocking arm rattles back and forth badly when it's not in the locked position. By the way this gun is less than a week old.

What others should know: I don't mean to be too critical of this gun. I've had it less than a week and It is certainly a nice gun and shoots very well. However, when you pay 729 for an air gun you would expect it to have been inspected very closely. I am comparing this gun to a friend of mines TX 200 that is about 10 years old. The new gun is prettier but the older gun is much much tighter. The older gun cocks much more smoothly. That may change in time once I have some more rounds through it. I would not say that I'm totally disappointed in this gun but I expected more from the cocking mechanism. It just does not feel right to me and I cannot believe it has that much slop in it. I will say that dealing with PA has been a good experience so far. I ordered a BKL 1 piece mount that just flat will not work with any scope that the turret has any bottom on it. Rings are too low. Had to send back and order some taller rings. They were easy to work with. Will this gun stand the test of time? I really don't know


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By Sean from USA on 2015-03-06
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Things I liked: Unbelievable quality and craftsmanship beyond any airgun I have ever seen.

Things I would have changed: nothing

What others should know: not for children!


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  • Bruce from USA asked:

    How much more difficult to cock is this gun as opposed to the TX200 Mk III?

    • Tom from USA asked:

      I would like to know real world FPS in the AA tx200 HC. Is it a lot twangier than the mk111

      • RKBGAP from USA:

        I wouldn't say mine is twangier but it's somewhat louder. There are several differences in my opinion. None of them really bad but the HC is harder to cock and makes more noise. That's for sure

      • Paul from USA:

        Which caliber?

    Item Description

    AA-TXC7HLW [PY-175-2837]
    Left-hand walnut stock
    Caliber0.177" (4.5mm)
    Max Velocity930 fps

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