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Customers Q&A on Air Arms T200 Sporter Air Rifle, Target Sights

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  • butchmhs70 from USA asked:

    Can the Air Arms T200 Sporter set at 16 joules and with a scope mounted shoot targets across the distance 10 to 55 yards (Field Target Match distances), and if so what pellet weight would you use?

    • Mark from USA:

      8.4 gr or 9.7 gr.

  • Jon from USA asked:

    Is this comfortable for a larger guy (I'm 6'4")? I know any rifle CAN be shot by any sized person, but I don't want to feel like I have a small toy in my grips.

    • Tyler from USA:

      This definitely has a shorter length of pull than what you're probably used to, but I've seen plenty of folks your size shoot it (and shoot it well). That said, something with adjustment to it would be beneficial for you, like the Hammerli AR20: Hammerli AR20 Silver Air Rifle...

  • casey from USA asked:

    How many shots with a full tank?

    • Peter from USA asked:

      How many shots to a fill?

      • Carl from USA asked:

        Is a oring repair kit and instructions somewhere to fix tank that blows the gauge face off and won't hold air? One person said it was an easy fix.

        • Whiteleather from USA asked:

          Is there a single shot tray sold separately?

          • Whiteleather from USA asked:

            What is the rear dovetail size on this, and is there a riser available to bring that rear sight up higher?

            • Tyler from USA:

              11mm. BKL risers will be your best bet

          • Singleshotcajun from USA asked:

            How practical would it be to fill with a hand pump ?

            • Tyler from USA:

              Very, though that really depends on what kind of physical shape you are in

          • Martin from USA asked:

            Is it possible to adjust this rifle to shoot at roughly 12ft lbs or above? The description says its possible, although this gun is a T200 and not a S200. I would like to be able to use this gun as both target gun and backyard pesting gun.

            • Tyler from USA:

              Yes it is possible but does require some work and modification, specifically to the hammer adjustment screw in the rear of the action

          • Michael from USA asked:

            What is the effective range of this rifle beyond its intended function at 10 meters?

            • William from USA:

              Generally accurate to 25 yards if the wind's not blowing.

          • Thurman from USA asked:

            My club has three of these, been great rifles - until now. Air cylinder leaks through gauge, blows gauge face off and all air leaks out. Any repairs available for that?

            • CHRISTOPHER from USA:

              It's a o ring easy and cheap fix

          • ROBERT from USA asked:

            Does this gun come with an adjustable cheek piece?

            • William from USA:

              No.

          • John from USA asked:

            Another John asks: Will the repeater mechanism fit on the T200 Sporter? That assumes that the .177 magazine is the same as the .22. Can I put together a .177 repeater?

            • William from USA:

              Yes.

          • John from USA asked:

            How is the loudness compared to HW30S? I'd like to keep the volume as low or lower than my HW30s, but shoot at the higher power levels. I live on a 1 acre plot, with neighbors on all sides. The HW30S doesn't seem to bother them, so I'd like to stay around there or lower, loudness wise. Seems LCD discussion id frowned upon on the Yellow, so any advice here would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, John

            • William from USA:

              A little bit louder. It has the typical PCP "pop".

          • John from USA asked:

            There already is an unanswered question about ordering the T200 without sights. So, I will ask, "If there is a AA T200 Sporter with target sights, is there a AA T200 Sporter without any sights that is not shown on the web site?

            • Tyler from USA:

              There is not. Only available with the sights as far as I have seen.

          • Juan M. from Colombia asked:

            What is the shipping weight of this rifle?

            • John from USA:

              The rifle is 6.6 pounds. Add packaging. A guess would still be under 10 pounds.

          • John from USA asked:

            How is the loudness compared to HW30S? I'd like to keep the volume as low or lower than my HW30s, but shoot at the higher power levels. I live on a 1 acre plot, with neighbors on all sides. The HW30S doesn't seem to bother them, so I'd like to stay around there or lower, loudness wise. Seems LCD discussion id frowned upon on the Yellow, so any advice here would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, John

            • Tyler from USA:

              It is definitely louder than the HW30s. That said, Mike at TKO22 (google that) would be a good guy to talk to.

          • Simon from United Arab Emirates asked:

            can the air rifles and air pistols be delivered in the united arab emirates? Are there any additional delivery charges Or is it free shipping.

            • John from USA:

              If you look at the product page on line, you will find a shipping calculator. I entered UAE and it shows shipping of $109.

          • Simon from United Arab Emirates asked:

            can all the above air rifiles be dismantled?

            • William from USA:

              Yes.

          • Simon from United Arab Emirates asked:

            Can the Air Arms T200 Sporter Air... be dismantled for easy transport purpose

            • William from USA:

              No. Repeated dismantling and reassembly is not practical.

          • Skip from USA asked:

            Is the muzzle threaded and is front sight removable?

            • William from USA:

              The front sight is remivable, but the barrel is not threaded. There are threaded adapters available for the 15mm diameter barrel.

          • Robert from USA asked:

            included brass adapter fits the reservoir fine, but other male end does not fit scuba tank (too large/wrong thread?) - is there another adapter that will fit the scuba tank? thx

            • William from USA:

              The adapter is for a tank with a DIN valve. Adapters are available for US standard K valve.

          • William from USA asked:

            I see the 10 shot 'clip' that is available in both .177 and .22 caliber on your website. It includes a note that it can only be used with rifles that have been converted to repeaters. Can the AA T200 be converted to a repeater?

            • Win52D from USA:

              Yes it can. It takes the same kit as the S200

          • Eugene from USA asked:

            Can this be ordered without sights?

            • Tyler from USA:

              No

          • AL from USA asked:

            What is lenght of trigger pull from trigger to end of butt?

            • Will from USA asked:

              Is removing the air cylinder easy? Do you need some kind of tool to loosen and tighten the cylinder?

              • micheal from USA:

                screw in, screw out, and you can take out the first cylinder and screw in the second.

            • Eugene from USA asked:

              It does not look like one can mount a scope on this rifle.

              • Win52D from USA:

                I was able to mount a Simmons Whitetail Classic using Burris Signature Zee rings and UTG .22/Airgun to Picatinny/Weaver Low Pro Snap-in Adaptors. It is a very close fit if you use 10 round adapter. The AO is also just barely clear of the barrel. I would suggest either taller rings and an adapter that adds a bit more height. I like the Zee rings for their adjustability but I may switch to a different ring

              • Dan the Man from USA:

                It does have a 11mm dovetail for a scope mount.

            • Eugene from USA asked:

              what is the air capacity in cc?

              • Dan the Man from USA:

                122

            • Rick from USA asked:

              I just purchased this air gun and not sure what happened. This gun is apparently a Ceska CZ200 which is rebranded as AirArms. Now the the manual and description here indicates the reservoir has a quick refill disconnect. The CZ200 differs in that it doesn't and needs some adapter. My rifle doesn't have the disconnect so I can't refill at this point. Does anyone know what adapter is required?

              • Dan the Man from USA:

                With the brass din adapter that the rifle should have come with, to get it to a male foster, you would need Air Venturi SS Female DIN.... dg

            • Michael from USA asked:

              Does the Air Arms T200 come with a sling attachment and is a sling provided by the manufacturer?

              • Val from USA:

                It has the rail under the forearm for a sling adapter. Here is the adapter you will need: Sling Bipod Adapter

            • Yograjsinh from India asked:

              Is it true that this air gun has two power settings? That is 7 J and 16J? If so, how is this setting achieved? Secondly can the 10 shot magazine kit be attached to it? Lastly, can The MPR aluminium butt hook be attached to this air gun?

              • Val from USA:

                I was wrong. Not a misstamped gun. You can actually adjust the power up to 16J. PA said they will add to the description.

              • Brian from USA:

                So the picture on the website is incorrect and the review that states that it is adjustable is bogus? PA should correct this if that is the case.

              • Val from USA:

                Brian, yes that's a misstamped gun in the picture, however this one is a 10-meter gun (580 fps), so it's not 16J. The one that is 16J is PY-2640

              • Brian from USA:

                Look at image 6 of 11 in the pictures. It says 16j max right on the side of the rifle. I have heard that power is adjustable up to that level with the tools included. Also a review of the rifle on this site states that it is.

              • Val from USA:

                No, this particular air rifle comes in 7J version. It's an approved for 3P Sporter Program and that means it needs to shoot 580fps with match pellets.

            • Ty from USA asked:

              COuld I put peep sights from a Match 54 rimfire .22 Anschutz on the T200? (Also like the S200FT but has no front sight mount)

              • Val from USA:

                do they have 11mm grooves? If yes, then you should be able to.

            • AJ from USA asked:

              Is this rifle only suitable for junior shooters; i.e. a short length of pull?

              • Tyler from USA:

                No of course not. The rifle can be used by adults. Most target guns have a shorter LOP to allow for the shooter to keep his/her arms tight to their body to better lock the rifle in.

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