Written on: 27/04/2013 by AxelCharles (1 review written)
Excelllent quality, nice looking and feeling, one of the most accurate spring rifle in the market, good power,safety measures, heavy but help to shoot steady. (read more)
Written on: 01/11/2012
Very heavy and can be very fiddlely to put the pellet in and hard get a 2nd shot off quickly swapped the tx200 22 for the tx200 177 hc to try and improve but in the end got a lot better results after swapping the 177 hd for a ags pcr1 22 Good fun but not for the field for hunting (read more)
Written on: 31/05/2012 by fonestar (2 reviews written)
I replaced my Weihrauch HW50 with this rifle and I am extremely impressed! Weihrauch makes a damn fine rifle, so I was somewhat sad to see it go, that is until my TX200HC arrived. The TX200HC is built to old world standards. This is something that was obviously designed, assembled and finished by people who actually care about their company's name. The walnut stock is well selected and finished, the grain has nice character and the fish checkering adds a nice touch of class as well. The... (read more)
Written on: 26/05/2012 by Nescafem
İ have just bought tx200 hc .22 but not very pleased with the accuracy after 30 yards.Im also owner of an Hw97k and its damn accurate up to 75 yards.With the Tx the pellet drops down very quickly and shoots inconsistently after 30 yards.Otherwise the quality and the weight is much better than Hw97k. (read more)
Written on: 18/11/2011 by Singh_is_king (1 review written)
I purchased a TX200HC a couple of weeks back. It is a MK3 and second hand with a decent Tasco scope and cost me £200. I have had various air rifles over the years but this is by far the best one of the lot. It has unbelievable power (last test showed 11.9 fbs). I want to get a silencer and it does have a loud bang when firing and the thing is pretty heavy so not really suited for youngsters. Accuracy is consistent and the weight actually helps with keeping the gun still when... (read more)
Written on: 15/11/2011 by NitroGary0 (15 reviews written)
Well, where do I begin. I actually recommended a TX200 to a friend of mine who was getting into the hobby, he is the sort of guy who wants the best and as the HW97 only came as a carbine I recommended the TX. Anyway, I was very impressed with the performance and it was so much lighter than my HW77. A member on a forum I am involved with was looking for a swap for his TX and I offered my HW, the deal was done and we exchanged rifles. I was initially distressed by its condition, but its... (read more)
Written on: 23/05/2011
Just picked up my TX 200 MK 111 from the gun smiths & I am well pleased, this rifle is highly accurate @ a zero of 35 yards & is consistent in grouping. I put diablo hunters .22 straight in as this is what the rifle will be used for & it is a joy to use.The weight is not an issue as the balance is perfect in-fact I have had heavier PCP's. With the mamba lite scope on, the rifle comes in at a little under twelve & a half pounds. The rifle is well engineered & simple to use quality speaks for... (read more)
Written on: 23/02/2011
had mine for 5 months now, great gun very accurate; i use in all weathers day & night, had loads of rabbits from 10 - 40 yards (lucky shot the 40yarder) even had 6 pheasants. for me the weight is a plus point as i find it helps with overall stabillity and if you carry it correctly its ok to carry all day long.
in all great springer probably the best (read more)
Written on: 01/11/2010
i bought the walnut .177 model and im so glad i did. bought it about 4 months ago and since then have shot at the least 15 rabbits everytime i went out with it. i understand that the .177 is usually used for shooting birds but this gun has no problem shooting fur or feather, although years shooting experience does also help. it has incredible range for an airgun and very little recoil making it very easy to use. the ratchet system used for the breach makes it safer to use however the... (read more)
Written on: 17/08/2010
I must write a review in answer to the guest review below. He claims the Longbow is a parr above this rifle. Funny i have never seen a Longbow place as highly in FT and HFT competions, in fact to my knowledge i havent seen a Longbow in the top 40 of any recent Competitions. The same cannot be said of the TX200 mk III in both Standard (full length) and HC (Hunter Carbine) configuration.
What can i say about the TX200 Mk III (both standard and HC)? I have had the mkIII full length and now... (read more)
Written on: 15/08/2010
GOT A LOAN OF ONE OF THESE FROM A FRIEND WHO HAD BEEN RAVING ABOUT THEM FOR YEARS TO TRY ON MY SHOOT.
BOY AM I GLAD I DIDNT BUY ONE.THIS TANK OF A THING COMES IN SCOPED UP WITH SILENCER JUST A FEW OUNCES SHORT OF A WHOPPING TEN PONDS(FANCY CARTING THAT AROUND FOR 4 HRS)ALL OF WHICH WOULD SEEM TO BE IN THE BARRELL AND UNDERLEAVER MAKING IT WAY TOO FRONT HEAVY. YOU WILL NEED A HAMMER AND CHISEL TO PRISE THE ENDERLEAVER FROM THE HOUSING, WHEN YOU DO YOU WILL HAVE TO SWITCH HANDS A FEW TIMES... (read more)
Written on: 25/04/2010
The accuracy and consistancy is outstanding, especially when you compare it to other "springer" rifles on the market and even though I'm still running mine in (only put about 700 pellets through it so far) the action and reloading cycle is very smooth. The manufacturers trigger settings were great, and didn't need any adjustment as it matched my shooting style perfectly.
I will admit that this rifle isn't the lightest available (especially after you add scope + mounts etc), so... (read more)
Written on: 01/04/2010
Fancied a springer for HFT to compliment my AA S400C (too easy to shoot accurately). After much deliberation between TX & HW97, plumped for the TX as saved couple of hundred quid.
So far have found it to be very accurate (<1/2" @ 35 yds off a rest), reasonably quiet, comfortable to hold although a little front heavy, simple to cock and load,quality finish on metal work and stock. Typical AA finish. Don't think I'll be selling this one for a long time. Bring on the HFT course!
If you're thinking about one, don't - just get... (read more)
Written on: 15/03/2010
Excellent looks and finish, solid build quality, using .177 AA fields with targets set at 130ft(43yds) i am able to shoot 65mm group from standing, 50mm from sitting and 30mm from proper rest and im certainly no pro. In the right hands i suspect this rifle could group inside 25mm at 45yds not to mention it is the most powerful 12fpe gun i have owned. if your looking for quality self contained hunter you wont do better in my opinion just remember get the .177!! (read more)
Written on: 01/02/2010
Excelent rifle, kills any small game cleanly and efficiently, some even consider this to be the best springer to be manufactured (read more)
Written on: 28/01/2010
the HC 200 is a very accurate gun, one of the best guns out there in my opinion. weight is nice but it could be a bit lighter. i am using the .177 version and the accuracy is amazing. i would prefer a different power source because spring can be quite tiring after a wee while. (read more)
Written on: 27/01/2010
Bought the AA TX200 HC in 177 for a upgrade to the RWS460. Unbelievable accuracy. One hole groups at 25 yards. From a Bench rest (read more)
Written on: 19/01/2010
its brilliant for a beginner and the experienced.
i think the accuracy handling is superb.but i'd love
it if it was a bit cheaper in price. (read more)
Written on: 23/09/2009 by jberenyi (2 reviews written)
What's there to say that hasn't already been said. My rifle is the .22 caliber version in walnut and she is a beauty to look at and shoot. I have the TX200 MKIII in beech and I prefer the carbine version due to it being lighter and better balance. She chrony's in at 700fps plus or minus 3fps. No loss over my longer barrel TX200 MKIII which is nice to see. The notice no difference in cocking effort with the shorter barrel. For reference purpose my rifle weighs 8lbs 4oz without the scope... (read more)
Written on: 23/09/2009 by jberenyi (2 reviews written)
I bought the TX200HC rifle in walnut and just love it dearly. The walnut grain is gorgeous to look at. I own the TX200 MKIII in beech .22 and like the carbine version better for lightness and balance. There is a difference between the two. My .22 caliber carbine shoots a consistent 698-700 fps so I am happy with that. My TX200 MKIII shoots the same fps so no loss with the shorter carbine barrel. All I can say is that once you shoot the carbine you'll never look back. For reference... (read more)
Written on: 21/09/2009 by theanarchist (1 review written)
,just bought my 2nd 200tx,what more can one say,had webley,logan,and bsa before but all those r not a patch on the tx,it has unrivald accuracy,very tight groups and exelent workmanship,being a shooter for 40 years or more i can recomend this rifle with hand on heart,rws super domes is the ammo. (read more)
Written on: 02/09/2009
I've used many rifles over the years and thought nothing could compare to my Weihrauch 77k custom using H&N Field Target Trophies but the Air Arms TX200HC is a fantastic,accurate quality rifle as standard! Whether target or hunting is your game,this wee rifle "will not" let you down! I recommend either the Air Arm's Hunter or Field pellet. (read more)
Written on: 16/05/2009 by tomtit (1 review written)
the Air Arms tx200 hc is a briliant rifle iv had mine for about 3 months i can shoot it perfectly its well ballenced and greatly accurate also grous just as well as pcp rifles (read more)
Written on: 30/04/2009 by metalmickey (1 review written)
The Air Arms TXZ 200 is an excellent rifle but a little heavy, very accurate in the right hands, Ive been informed the one I bought is about 8 years old and is still pristine,quality and performance is very good. best ammo ive found is rws superdome.
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Written on: 21/04/2009
The Air Arms TX200 HC is a nice gun good all rounder (read more)
Written on: 14/03/2009
Got my Air Arms TX200 HC 2 years ago. Don't know what mark it is. Was a bargain off a m8. Use it on a golf course in west sussex to kill rabbit and other rests. Puts my bosses air arms s410 to shame. Two down sides its damn heavy and quite loud. Good points are consistant shooting, great for controlling pests even at distance, looks and feels great. (read more)
Written on: 20/02/2009 by justin1 (4 reviews written)
Having had my Air Arms TX200HC for a few months i can safely say it is the best spring rifle ive ever owned. theres no twang just a nice thud. unlike many spring guns ive had at a similar price. the power is an average 11.7ft lb. which is what i expect from a full power gun. good build quality, shoots like a tuned rifle out of the box. (read more)
Written on: 02/02/2009 by bobmcalister (1 review written)
The Air Arms TX200 HC is a great air rifle you will hit target 10 out of 10 shots also looks great had a crossman rabbit stopper precharged that just does not come close yo the tx200, a bit on the heavy side. Agreat gun (read more)
Written on: 10/12/2008 by jayboy (4 reviews written)
I bought this rifle to get back into airgunning after a 2 year break. I have previously owned a couple of HW's, webleys, and theobens, aswell as a couple of pcp's, but spring guns seem to draw me back as they have a lot of "soul".
I bought the HC for the rearward weight bias, immediately replaced the spring and guides with a shotmaster tune kit, stripped the trigger down and polished the sears. The trigger is now very light, with a definable second stage and no creep.
The shotmaster tuning kit... (read more)
Written on: 09/12/2008 by poppageek (1 review written)
Was looking to sell, bought it for 150 and was quoted 350 on the air arms owners club, but its too nice to part with. Left handed too. Tx200sr mk1. .177. ive got this accurate out to 80 yards, rabbid stopping power @ 74yards!!! 11.75ftlbs, a smooth dream. Heavy tekking round the hills, you know youve been out for an hour with this. not for youngsters due to weight unless in prone position with a bipod under the stock. (read more)
Written on: 16/10/2008
I have owned my TX200HC for 3 weeks now and I have to admit it is a very easy to use and very accurate rifle. I love it but I am unhappy with the finish. The rifle barrel is starting to look pitted and showing rust spots even although the rifle has never been wet and is oiled and kept in a warm room after use. The stock has a small bit of damage at the recoil pad which is unfinished. Even allowing for this I will be hanging on to it because I like it so much. (read more)
Written on: 10/10/2008 by ETVANZYL
I absoloutly love this gun. I have shot 50 pellet 1/2" groups at 20 yards. It is perfect If you live in a built up area and cant afford misses and stray pelets. I use it for squirrel, pidgeon and rabit hunting or just messing around with targets in the garden.
You get more quality for the same money than if you bought a pre-charge gun. and you never need to mess around with pumps or cylinders. and its always ready to go. (read more)
Written on: 07/10/2008 by grazer1 (4 reviews written)
After buying, using & then quickly getting rid of a lightning xl i didnt really intend on buying another springer ( i thought the xl looked nice....but that was all it offered....it was too light, too noisy and under powered ) but when i saw the mk111 tx i just had to have one, and it has certainly restored my faith in modern springers.....a real joy to shoot. (read more)
Written on: 25/07/2008 by Varx (1 review written)
Make sure you fit scope mounts with a pin that can use one of the three mount holes incorporated in the gun, otherwise you may find your scope getting closer and closer to your eye after a while. I fitted such mounts but still found the scope moving along it's tube. Tighten as much as you dare, then keep a check. I was a bit suprised by this movement as the gun is quite heavy and recoil seems tame and minimal. I'm using twin bolted (16 hex bolts in total) pinned BSA mounts which looked... (read more)
Written on: 24/06/2008 by simon050
My TX200HC .177 is just a magnificent rifle in every respect. I added a Parker Hale silencer for cosmetic appearance and length and use a Bushnell 4-14x50 Scopechief riflescope. I could nor recommend this rifle more highly to anyone looking for a top quality, no-nonsense spring rifle for hunting or target shooting, or both! I cannot honestly fault it in any way! (read more)
Written on: 07/06/2008 by Harry Dyer (1 review written)
Awesome all round air rifle with no downers appart from the weight. GET ONE!! (read more)
Written on: 24/03/2008
The TX200 is a brilliant gun to use. it is accurate and powerful. the cocking mechanism is clever and safe to use. Accurate, easy to load, easy to use. clever loading system, safe loading system (read more)
Written on: 29/01/2008
Be careful be safe it is like a massive beast waiting to be unleashed. (read more)
Written on: 19/10/2007 by Glider (2 reviews written)
I got my .22 TX200CH in March this year, but held off writing a review until I had some experience with it (which means I can write a review of the rifle, rather than just an attempt to rationalise my spending so much on my limited budget).
It is not a cheap rifle, but that's the point. Nothing about this rifle is 'cheap'. As many have said, the build quality, finish and attention to detail are outstanding. Again, as many have said, it performs like a tuned springer straight out of the box,... (read more)
Written on: 05/10/2007 by pellhead (6 reviews written)
Among .177 springers, this is the main "keeper". And since current .22 springers don't offer the flat ballistics of high 900's feet per second, this is my overall keeper even though I have two .22's that deliver 840 fps with normal weight (14.5 gr) pellets at the 22 fpe level. I like to shoot at 1.25 inch circles at 50 yards from an armchair (no direct, sandbag rest), and this one will hit more consistently than any other of several reputable, current and classic guns I enjoy. 4 out of 5 in... (read more)
Written on: 02/10/2007 by morgange (1 review written)
After 16 years with a BSA meteor i decided to get a new gun, After looking around i decided on an AA TX200HC.
The weight and safety mechanisms took some getting use to but the accuracy and penetrative power far outweighed any negatives.
The accuracy is something i was surprised with, after zeroing in the sights i was soon hitting the centre of the target (1") at 20 yards with each shot.
I stood 10 5p coins on a bag and did not miss a single shot!! (using bipod) I use AA field pellets and... (read more)
Written on: 15/09/2007 by dazjc (1 review written)
Just received tx200hc set, it all up cocked, its trigger mechanism broken, trigger not engaging, safety not working, so not impressed with gun at the moment or Air Arms quality control will let you know how i get on. (read more)
Written on: 02/08/2007 by Carlov (13 reviews written)
I have always preferred the concept of the self contained power plant of the spring gun: Too many failed pneumatics over the years. I have had a MK1 TX200 for about 14 years and won a few competitions with it. Recently a friend bought a TXHC in .22 and allowed me to have a play. It put my .177 MK1 (with MK 11 internals) to shame. I had to have one.
The stock is lifted above the competition by the detailing added by laser etching and the pistol grip embellishment. This wasn't a factor for me... (read more)
Written on: 11/07/2007 by freeskijames
Have fitted an external silencer for hunter as it was a little big to noisy but nothing major.
I use a Hawke 9x40 scope as i find its less hassle when hunting.
All in all an amazing rifle (read more)
Written on: 27/06/2007 by Ellis 22 (2 reviews written)
The TX HC is a joy to shoot, it shoots very smoothly like at tuned spring gun, it's very accurate with low recoil. It's a good gun for hunting but is a bit on the heavy side and is a little front heavy compared to other springers I've had, but I'm sure this one could out shoot them all! Loading pellets can be a bit tricky in the field on a cold day but all in all this is a great springer and a pleasure to shoot. (read more)