Caliber: .177" (4.5mm), Stock: Beech, Handle: Right, Right-hand beech stock
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: Best trigger of my entire 25 gun collection. Very accurate and repeatable.
Things I would have changed: Adjustable cheek riser.
What others should know: You will love the fit and finish of this gun.
Things I liked: Overall it is everything everyone has said that's positive.
Things I would have changed: Make the stock Ambi so you don't have to pay so much extra for left handed.
Things I liked: I received this rifle several weeks ago. It is 177 caliber. I also own it in 22 caliber. At first I have to say that I was a little disappointed with accuracy. It would shoot a nice 5 shot group that was 5/16 oto first five shots. Next five shots would open up to 3/4 oto. Next five shots 15/16. I began shooting 10 shots and cleaning. Then I began shooting 20 shots and cleaning. After doing this for about four hundred shots , it is now very accurate. I now shoot matches at 50 yds.. The barrel simply needed to be shot in to get accurate.It seems to like aa field diabolo heavy 10.3 pellets best. I have videos on youtube of me shooting matchsticks at 50 yds. Also videos cutting cards at 25 yds.. I believe this is probably the best spring piston air rifle there is. Got the 22 with beech stock. 177 has walnut stock. Walnut stock seems a little lighter. Love both stocks. Very quite and neighborhood friendly. I am sure both will be passed down to my great grandkids.
Things I would have changed: I would absolutely love to have this rifle with iron sights. Preferably peep rear sights with interchangeable globe front sights. I would order another today if available.
What others should know: I shoot my airguns way more than my rimfires. Do not waste your money on cheap air guns only to be disappointed and wind up buying another cheap gun. Buy a TX200 and be done with it. It will be cheaper in the long run.
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How does the cold weather effect the performance of the rifle?
In very cold weather the gun will shot 30-70 FPS more slowly than in warmer weather. As you shoot the gun it warms up and the velocity will climb a bit back.
Do they do use larger springs on the 22 caliber versus the 177 or do they use the same spring on both rifles
the spring is the same in all calibers.
Are the refurbished rifles pre-owned or display
They can be both. Or repaired guns.
|Max Velocity||930 fps|
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