Date: 6/6/2020 4:16
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Air Arms Cocking Aid, Fits TX200

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PY-A-3164

$17.99

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  • Cocking aid for TX200
  • Makes it easier to grasp the underlever
  • Quickly, easily attaches; no machining required



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Item Code: AA-TX238A [PY-A-3164]

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By Kevin from USA on 2020-05-10
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Things I liked: Fits well machined well

Things I would have changed: Finish is no where close to the quality of the gun bluing

What others should know: Add an o ring to the grove on the cocking lever

 

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By Michael on 2018-12-21
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Things I liked: It makes cocking more comfortable. It looks good installed.

Things I would have changed: I would prefer 30 line per inch diamond pattern to the wavy knurling. I would prefer no holes on the flat. The front one lines up with the rubber bumper.

 

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4.0 4.0

By Karl from USA on 2018-06-25
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Things I liked: Easy to install. Saves wear on bluing. Gives a better purchase when cocking.

Things I would have changed: Will leave two small marks on bluing when removed.

 

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  • Nhat from USA asked:

    Is this made of aluminum or steel? If steel will it rust over time?

    • Matthew from USA:

      Steel,, for aluminum shop UK

  • TA from USA asked:

    how does it on onto the cocking level, what are the two holes for? Is there any pix showing how it looks like on the rifle?

    • Cory from USA:

      It is held in place with set screws on the bottom, and the holes are for the part on the bottom of the barrel the cocking lever rests against.

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