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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.
|Max Velocity||930 fps|
|Cocking Effort||29 lbs.|
|Suggested for||Small game hunting/target practice|
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Things I liked: Fit and finish are excellent. Stock and bluing are gorgeous. Trigger is excellent; better than the Rekord on Weihrauchs. Grip ergonomics are wonderful; very comfortable to shoot. It is a very easy airgun to work on. I also like how quiet it is, with that built-in shroud. It doesn't even look like it's there, but it is, and it is a nice quiet springer.
Things I would have changed: The rubber bumper against which the cocking lever rests falls out almost immediately, and doesn't want to be put back in. In stock tune for our market, it is buzzy. Mine was shooting at 16 FPE and kept buzzing the stock screws loose. The shooting mechanism is all steel, with no synthetics to dampen vibration. Dovetail scope rails are over-polished; not quite sharp enough. I haven't had a scope come off of them, so maybe I worry too much, but I don't get a feeling of confidence when mounting a scope.
What others should know: It's a very heavy gun; plan on at least 12 lbs. by the time you get a worthy scope on it. (get at LEAST 12X) I resented the weight at first, until I realized the weight is what makes it NOT hold-sensitive. After a couple weeks, I got used to the weight, and I don't even think about it, except when I come to it from something much lighter. I detuned mine with a 12 FPE kit, and it's actually shooting at 9 FPE, but it is PCP accurate: we're talking about easy cloverleaf 10-shot groups at 30 yards. Due to the weight, this gun can be shot from a rest, which would wreck the accuracy of the lighter springers. I shot this gun in a couple informal field target events, and did quite well. I had my reservations about whether the lower power would be adequate for my backyard pesting. I took one shot on a squirrel at 37 yards after it was detuned to 9 FPE. Air Arms Diabolo Field 8.4 gr. It punched through the chest cavity, and stopped just under the skin on the far side. It likes AA Diabolo Field.
Things I liked: I was lucky enough to get this in .177 cal with the beech stock ,as a refurbished item,and even though fedex really was hard on the outer shipping box pyramid had the a.a. box packed snugly inside and there was no damage to the gun. With that aside I have allot of air guns ,both rifle and pistol but this rifle is like nothing I have ever seen or used before. I was outside today and the wind was w.s.w 5-10 mph with 27m.p.h. gusts now I used a 11 mm. to picatinny adaptor to mount my scope ( centerpoint 6-20x50 a.o) so I had to put a couple of shims at the rear ring. but once it was zeroed even in this wind it was so accurate it is scary, When I took the rifle out of the box the blueing was so rich and deep it reminded me of my berrta 16 ga. shotgun and the stock there are no words to describe the beauty of the deepp rich grain and stain the trigger has about a 1/8 in. 1st stage and the second stage breaks with it feels like less than a pound. great gun buy it if you can you will not reg
Things I would have changed: nada
What others should know: This is the best value for the money and I would put it up against any german air rifle on the market. If you do not have this rifle bue have allways wa nted one then get it because you will not find a better air gun and if you want to shoot feid target than this is the gun !!!!
Things I liked: Everybody says this gun is impressive but until you see and hold one you don't get the full measure of its stature. This is a monster of an air rifle. It's bigger and heavier than my Browning 300 magnum elk rifle. The blueing or black chroming (whatever) is elegant. The walnut is nicely figured although the plain oil finish is .... plain. The over all look of the gun is just a knockout. Those fish scales are hot. But for the weight its perfect. The rifle is reasonably quiet. Not urban back yard quiet but nowhere close to a 22 rimfire. It does not have a twang. But it does go chank and not chunk when it speaks. No growl from the cocking action. You can hear the spring but barely. The recoil is noticeable but contained and tamed by the heft of the gun. The cocking effort is not bad at all for a reasonably fit person. I'm a large person but older and I could have done it all day. Sitting makes the cocking very easy. Just put the butt of the gun on the edge of the chair
Things I would have changed: The stock is chunky. I have large hands and the pistol grip is thick. Fat. Perhaps all this wood is necessary to contain or survive the spring action. It's very heavy with a scope. You would have to be The Rock or maybe The Mountain from GOTs to carry this gun scoped in the field. The gun has significant barrel droop. poi is about 7 inches low at least. I will have to order a compensating mount. It's a shame they do not give us the option of open sights. I would really like to add them but the front is pretty much a no way proposition. I'm leaving the accuracy rating off for now. I just have to shoot it a lot more.
What others should know: I cannot yet say if the gun is or is not hold sensitive. Although it seems like it is. I've only got a hundred pellets through it. I tried all different holds but always with a sandbag at the front. Toward the end of this 100 pellet session it seemed to settle down. I had the best luck with a not quite 'firm' tuck to the shoulder, nothing at the front and using my fist at the butt to control elevation. Finally got some quarter and nickel sized groups at 25 yds. The so called artillery hold did not work at all. Nothing under 2 inches that way. The rifle is .22 cal and I shot Exact Jumbo diabolo 16 grain pellets. The trigger is quite nice. I will not need or want to fiddle with it. It's ugly and not of the same class as the dapper rifle it is attached to. The butt pad is nicely done. The black color goes well with the dark walnut. Fit to the stock is quite good. The cocking mechanism is very solid and the bear trap works very well. Just be sure to completely cock it.
All Ya'll, it would be of interest ( to me anyway ) to find out the percentage of TX owners who went with a Vortek or other kit. Also when, like how far into your ownership? What were your results? I'm waiting for the long brown box to show up very soon. %^)
You'd would be better off asking this question on the yellow forum or the field target forum.
What is the LOP of this rifle in inches?
Mine measures 14.25 inches.
I live in Ontario Canada. Do I need a pal to purchase this gun? Thanks, Harry
|Max Velocity||930 fps|
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