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Average Customer Review5 (126 reviews)
Things I liked:If there is such a thing as Air Rifle Art the Air Arms TX200 MKIII is the embodiment of this classification. It is truly a beautiful instrument. Plus the function follows the form. Cocking is precise and each movement provides positive feedback to my senses. Loading becomes second nature after perhaps five pellets. The trigger must be experienced to understand how perfect it is. Accuracy, out of the box, is spot on.
Things I would have changed:If I wish to re-engage the safety I must re-cock the rifle. I believe this step should be eliminated and possibly Air Arms might engineer a more simple process to re-safe the rifle.
What others should know:I read a review by Tom Gaylord which helped me decide upon this purchase. So I must thank him. The walnut stock version of this rifle is not inexpensive. I monitored the Pyramyd Air web site until the day they offered a Refurbished version for a bit less than a new beech stock. Then I placed my order. What I received is without a flaw. I must also add; the assistance and care I received from Pyramyd Air was exceptional.
Things I liked:Fit, finish, attention to detail and performance is second to none! I thought my RWS 350 Magnum .22 was the stud on the block... but it just got straight up punked by my TX200. I shoot the heavy Kodiak, 21.14 grain, 5.5mm, Cal .22 pellets and they do some serious damage! For best accuracy in field target shooting, try the Diablo, 15,89gr .22. I hit quarter sized groups from 50 yards out while converting my empty wine bottles to mere fairy dust from the same distance out. This gun is detailed and again, amazing piece of art!
Things I would have changed:Perhaps the loading chamber could be a bit larger but I'm nitpicking.
What others should know:I would upgrade to a better scope for this masterpiece of a gun. Don't cheapen it with a cheap, cheap scope. I recommend either the Hawks Sport or Leapers Swat for about $139 or so. This gun is worth the money to have in your collection. You need 11mm dovetail and rail purchased separately for about $15. Make sure the rail has the grove screw to prevent slipping.
Things I liked:Wow! This gun really seems to work with me. It's by far the best springer that I've shot. The fit and finish are excellent,as is the accuracy, the trigger, and even the sound level.
What others should know:You have to cock it in a smooth motion and hit the end of the cocking stroke a little bit firmly to get the sear to catch. It's easy once you get the hang of it, but it is different if you are used to a break barrel air rifle. If you hear a buzz after a few hundred shots, it's most likely to be the spring guide.
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