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Air Arms TX200 MkIII air rifle

PY-174-517

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  • Air Arms TX200 Mk III air rifle
  • Spring-piston
  • Underlever
  • Single-shot
  • Sliding breech
  • 2-stage adjustable match trigger
  • Rifled steel barrel
  • 11mm optics dovetail grooves
  • No open sights
  • Beech Monte Carlo stock
  • Raised right-hand cheekpiece
  • Checkered forearm and pistol grip
  • Ventilated rubber recoil pad
  • Shrouded barrel


A favorite among competitive shooters and sportsmen! Whether you're looking for power, accuracy, or excellent fit and finish, the TX200 MkIII has it. It's ideal for anything from competing in local field target matches to hunting.

The TX200 Mk III features a Lothar Walther barrel and a richly finished Monte Carlo stock with a raised cheekpiece and deep, flawless bluing. In addition to the superior fit and finish, the TX200 Mk III features a two-stage trigger and an automatic safety. Loading is via a sliding breech, which is revealed when you cock the underlever. You have to mount a scope since it doesn't come with open sights.

It shoots at 930 fps in .177 and 755 fps in .22. Air Arms products, including the TX200, are known for accuracy in all calibers. Use the guns for hunting (.22 recommended) or field target (.177 only). You don't have to stop there! It's great for plinking, shooting spinners, killing tin cans or popping paper targets. Enjoy the relatively quiet report and moderate recoil from a gun that has a long heritage of accuracy.

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Caliber0.22" (5.5mm)
Max Velocity755 fpsMeasured with 11.9-grain ammo
Loudness3-Medium
Barrel Length13.19"
Overall Length41.34"
Shot Capacity1
Cocking Effort29 lbs.
BarrelRifled
Front SightNone
Rear SightNone
Scopeable11mm dovetail
TriggerTwo-stage adjustable
ButtplateVentilated rubber
Suggested forSmall game hunting/target practice
ActionUnderlever
SafetyAutomatic
PowerplantSpring-piston
FunctionSingle-shot
Body TypeRifle
Fixed/adj. powerFixed
Weight9.3 lbs
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By Perry from USA on 2016-05-03
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Things I liked: Great gun! The workmanship is top. No different than a nice powder gun. Very accurate gun. I am all about accuracy and as a springer goes it is the best. My 11 year old son shot it for the first time and was accurate. Keep in mind he was shooting a Red Ryder. I would recommend strongly the cocking aid PY-A-3164. Makes it easy to grab and for a low price..... This also saves the finish. I shoot the Crosman Premier Lights. The gun likes these even better than $$$ pellets. I am impressed with Air Arms so much I just ordered a A S510.

Things I would have changed: Nothing

What others should know: Buy the cocking aid. PY-A-3164 and the gun likes the .177 Crosman premier lights. I would use the BKL centered rings for the scope. That is if you want your scope centered. $30.00 less you can buy cheap rings that set your scope off to one the side. :(

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By Robert from USA on 2016-03-19
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Things I liked: I like the looks (walnut), it is very accurate.

Things I would have changed: The weight is very heavy with a scope over 10 lbs. The pellet loading port could be a little larger. I would like to see a button release for the cocking handle.

What others should know: It shoot several pellets well, 15 gr. H&N around 675 fps. The accuracy is excellent.

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By Robert from USA on 2016-02-15
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Things I liked: Fit and finish of the stock and metal work is excellent. Excellent trigger. It does not seem too hold sensitive for a spring piston rifle. Accuracy was good out of the box and seems to be improving as it is breaking in. Cocking effort is reasonable. I am a 66 yr. old man.

Things I would have changed: get rid of the automatic safety, I know when to put on and take off the safety

What others should know: I have had the .177cal. TX200 rifle for about 2 weeks now and put a Optisan 4-16x Viper scope on it, using BKL 11mm to Weaver mounts with Kelbly 30mm rings. I have about 300 pellets through the rifle so far. It is shooting smoother now than out of the box and more accurately, the scope is holding up well. I did have to tighten up the stock screws once so far as I expected, I will Loctite the screws. I have not changed the trigger pull, as it was fine out of the box, first stage is a bit long, but I have become used to it now, and the second stage let off is crisp. I intend to purchase a second TX200 and Optisan 4-16x Viper scope for my 15 yr old grandson so that we may enjoy target practice around my acreage and perhaps shoot some HFT matches this summer. We are primarily long range High power F tr class shooters, but these rifles should give us some less expensive trigger time with out having to travel to the rifle range. My other choice of Air rifle was a HW97K., coin toss.

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  • Kazuki from Japan asked:

    Can it be uncocked after I cocked this gun?

    • Samuel from USA asked:

      What is the length of pull from the trigger curve center to the center of the stock butt? Thanks.

      • Paul from USA:

        14.5 inches

    • Keith from USA asked:

      I recently bought an Air Arms TX200Mk3 (walnut). I cannot stop the front trigger guard/action screw from backing out. I have degreased the threads on the retaining screw (which I know is secure and not moving) and on the front trigger guard screw. I tried BLUE Loctite first (didn't help) and then BLUE Permatex gel threadlocker on the threads and let it cure for several days without shooting. I marked the screw with a gray Sharpie and notice after about 20 shots it will back out 1/8-1/4 turn and keep moving from there. I torque it 'just enough to stop movement in the stock', good and snug -as the owners manual indicates and do not over-torque it. I tried this 4 times now and it is getting very frustrating. All I need to do is notice my accuracy going and look down and sure enough, that screw is backing out. I have even wrapped some aluminum ductwork tape around the retaining screw so when I place the action into the stock there is zero forward and aft movement and the action is not moving at all in the stock when I cock the rifle. Some advice would be appreciated! Thanks

      • JetChopperDude from USA:

        02-June-2016 - Not sure how old this posting is, but here's my 2-cents worth. I've noticed when I occasionally use LOCTITE, "A Little Dab Will Do You"! From my understanding, that stuff is like SUPER GLUE, in which that product sets up with an absence of air, plus a little bit of moisture. Haven't you ever wondered why your fingers get stuck, with that stuff? With the LOCTITE, having that liquid oozing out a little outside of the threads, could be your problem area. Just put enough on the beginning of the threads, then tighten. I had this happen to a friend, when he couldn't get a snug acceptance on his motorcycle bolts (there was LOCTITE liquid out by the bolt head). I told him to remove the bolt; clean off the excess; reapply, retighten. Problem solved.

      • Leadpoyzinun from USA:

        I have had mine apart many times. With no problems. I wouldn't want you to damage your rifle, but It sounds to me like your understanding of "snug" may not be snug enough. You could snug it your way, then let someone with more experience check it to "feel" if it's tight to their liking. Good luck and safe shooting.

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    Item Description

    AA-TX2HRB [PY-174-517]
    Right-hand beech stock
    Caliber0.22" (5.5mm)
    Max Velocity755 fpsMeasured with 11.9-grain ammo
    StockBeech
    GripRight
    ColorBrown

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