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★★★★★

“Fantastic air rifle”

Written on: 26/05/2014

Excellent fit and finish and dead accurate. I'm a pretty average shot but even I can get a very close grouping at 50 metres. I use mine for rabbits and in hind-sight may have been better off with the .22 option. It is a heavy rifle but even with its weight, it is easy to handle and feels steady and stable. I like mine a lot and would thoroughly recommend the TX200. Only gripe is initially I found loading through the breech a little fiddly. That was just a consequense of my podgy fingers… Read Full Review

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★★★★★

“Air Arms TX200HC and the AA Prosport”

Written on: 18/01/2014 by Peterm0jfk (3 reviews written)

My God what excellent rifles. I have had both of these rifles but at the moment only have the Prosport in my gun wrack. The TX200hc I had was in .22 calibre and what a rifle. Jesus it was damned accurate and the finish on these British made rifles is second to none. Cocking of the rifle is so easy and the let off is just a dream with very little report. I cant really find any words to justify the TX200HC or the Prosport. Just out of this world and money well spent. Pricey but by God they are… Read Full Review

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★★★★★

“Air arms TX200hc 22”

Written on: 27/12/2013 by Davehuge (2 reviews written)

Simply the best spring air rifle you will get. having had quite a few air rifles over the years including top of the range pcp air rifles costing four times the price of the tx.I have tried all tx models 177 and 22 mk 3 177 and 22 hc.I personally like my walnut 22 tx200hc the best out of the four because its more compact and very consistent and accurate.But whatever one you get you wont be disappointed with. Not much between 22 and 177 I just like the 22 a bit more also the beech stock is… Read Full Review

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★★★★★

“Fantastic spring powered rifle”

Written on: 23/12/2013

This is one of the best springers you can buy , if not the best , it's very well built and deadly accurate , it is a little heavy so if you are weak don't bother buy a PCP instead , I use mine for hunting and target shooting , very highly recommended !!!!! … Read Full Review

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★★★★★

“Why oh Why”

Written on: 24/11/2013 by Podger123 (1 review written)

Why has my brand new AA TX 200MK3 .22 got a little sticker just past the Breech saying "177-4.5 cal" its not as iff I can just peel this sticker off as its seems to be sealed into the Blueing Process of the rifle, not a great problem but could cause probs iff/when I sell the rifle ??????… Read Full Review

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★★★★☆

“Well Built/Good Looking/Deadly Accurate ”

Written on: 20/09/2013

Well whats to say its a fantastic gun. The build quality is great i only have one issue with the guns build and that is the stupid rubber buffer between barrel and cocking lever apart from that 10/10. Accuracy is amazing (way better than my shooting) but even i can get 1" groups at 60yards. Anyone thinking of buying one should go to there local RFD and shoulder one. I have the HC version in .177 and is a tad heavy to start with but that's why theirs so little recoil. Once your used to it you… Read Full Review

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★★★★★

“One of the best rifles of all time!”

Written on: 27/06/2013 by Dansolo (2 reviews written)

Firstly, don't listen to these plebs who claim "it's not accurate" or it's "too heavy". It's one of the most accurate rifles you'll ever shoot, I can knock down hft 30mm discs at 65 yards all day long! Clearly, some people cannot shoot springers and their poor technique results in them blaming a fine rifle and trading in for a PCP (which a child can shoot accurately). Secondly, the weight...yes it's heavy, this reduces any recoil significantly and it feels solid and purposeful, much like the… Read Full Review

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★★★★★

“One of the best spring rifles available in the market”

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 Full Review

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★★★☆☆

“Very heavy and can be very fiddlely to put the pellet...”

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 Full Review

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Mrstern's Comment

Written on: 06/03/2013

i have this air rifle it is heavy but hunting is a great hunting rifle i have shot lots of rabbits and have been deadly head shots . no pain just stone dead . not left injured in pain. but like all air rifles must be head shot . or you will be cruel and is not nice. and gives air gunners a bad name. happy hunting m stien

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★★★☆☆

“the accuracy varies widely, is heavy”

Written on: 08/06/2012

I did not like, the accuracy varies widely, is heavy, the trigger is very hard, does not compare with the CFX deer for example. Do not recommend buying the buck recommend CFX 4.5 with closed eyes, optimum accuracy… Read Full Review

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Andym33's Comment

Written on: 10/06/2013

accuracy with these rifles is down to the shooter not the rifle,seriously no point comparing a gamo cfx to a tx200hc tx wins hands down

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★★★★★

“Stunning and beautiful rifle!”

Written on: 01/06/2012 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 Full Review

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★★★☆☆

“Not as accurate as Hw97k”

Written on: 26/05/2012 by Nescafem (1 review written)

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 Full Review

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Andym33's Response to Nescafem's Review

Written on: 10/06/2013

probably a bit more work required to find a better pellet for the rifle both rifles are on par for accuracy. the right pellet for the rifle will produce same results as hw97kt at same ranges

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★★★☆☆

“OK Rifle”

Written on: 13/05/2012 by bsaman (1 review written)

Ive been an owner of a bsa lightning for a few years now and i wanted a change so i bourght a tx200. Overall i wasnt really happy with the tx200 but it will do for a spare… Read Full Review

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Fonestar's Response to bsaman's Review

Written on: 01/06/2012

Huh? You would rather shoot a BSA than an Air Arms rifle?? BSAs are built in Spain these days and no different than Gamo or Hatsan.

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★★★★★

“A damn fine rifle!”

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 firing. Overall… Read Full Review

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Bbvox's Response to Singh_is_king's Review

Written on: 15/02/2012

Does anyone have a reason why I should get the long barrelled version as opposed to the HC? Seems the HC is as good in every respect and a bit lighter/better balanced?

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★★★★★

“TX200hc .22”

Written on: 15/11/2011 by NitroGary0 (16 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 Full Review

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★☆☆☆☆

“Terrible”

Written on: 04/07/2011 by TomTheTank (2 reviews written)

This rifl is terrible it's inaccurate the range is bad and it really lacks power but I traded mine in and got a much better rifle a rws air magnum 850 that's a 5 star rifle so if your getting a rifle get that… Read Full Review

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Guest's Response to TomTheTank's Review

Written on: 20/07/2011

you must be a moron

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Handsomeshooters's Response to TomTheTank's Review

Written on: 30/04/2013

You're right..I do feel like a kid when I'm shooting my Magnum. It makes me smile no end, a great toy. If however I really want to be a caring,thoughtful individual like yourself I will buy a proper gun in order not to kill the planet...the Magnum 177 shoots as accurately and as powerfully as any Tx. Turning up to a competition with one will happen-what class would it be?How much opinionated nonsense would you have to take from people who know everything...looks are subjective,performance can be measured.While I blast everything with my 16 shots(you get two mags,but you know this)you take one carefully aimed shot and feel superior to others,superior like a Pro-Sport for example,instead of the peasanty tx you bum...

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Fonestar's Response to TomTheTank's Review

Written on: 01/06/2012

This guy is a prime example of why you shouldn't take online reviews seriously! Nothing out there except Theoben, Feinwerkbau and a few others can compare to the quality of an Air Arms rifle. RWS doesn't even come close!

Do not listen to this guy he obviously doesn't know what he is talking about!

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Nitrogary0's Response to TomTheTank's Review

Written on: 09/05/2012

Sorry Chap, but comparing a TX to an Air magnum, is like comparing a fine wine with a cheap ale. The TX is the best springer you can buy for the money, and the Air Magnum is just a kids plinking toy.

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Handsomeshooters's reply to Nitrogary0's Comment

Written on: 30/04/2013

A 620fps .22 plinking toy, with lothar barrel..modern poly stock and £300 odd to buy...have you shot one? There are some fantastic guns out there of all types,just because you bought one type doesn't detract from others..however TomTheTank does appear to be a knob...

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Nitrogary0's reply to Handsomeshooters's Comment

Written on: 30/04/2013

Sorry my friend but the air magnum is barely better than a QB78, cheap (though not to buy) plasticky and thoroughly nasty. 620fps is very good for such a toy but I'm afraid not in the same league as the TX. and yes I have shot one, the only good feature being the cocking action.
In my opinion a tacky toy

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Handsomeshooters's reply to Nitrogary0's Comment

Written on: 30/04/2013

Hey.....NITRO...I'll try and live with it ? Plastic,like what comes from the future after we stopped using wood.Do you seriously think that the 850 wouldn't be right up there with a wooden stock? So try the wooden stock option Nitro..It's not tacky,you will love the heavy solid (only difference wood) version....The TX is a beautiful thing but the mechanism and lothar barrel on the 850 can compete..I tend to shoot more than polish I'm afraid.Enjoy your gun sir!

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Nitrogary0's reply to Handsomeshooters's Comment

Written on: 30/04/2013

Sorry but I didnt see any 850's at the World Champs HFT at Kelmash so I cant comment on their abilities. I am commenting on the comparrison between and 850 and a TX.
As you say, I too, prefer to shoot air rifles in competition rather than polish them.
However I have polished them as well

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Nitrogary0's reply to Nitrogary0's Comment

Written on: 30/04/2013

and by way of a PS.
The plastic stock is made from oil derived products that will not bio degrade, unlike wood. Yes it can be recycled but most plastic usually ends up in a landfill

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Handsomeshooters's reply to Nitrogary0's Comment

Written on: 30/04/2013

My reply to you has ended up addressed at the bottom to TomTheTank,it is however my reply to yourself...AND I SAY GOOD DAY TO YOU SIR!

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Beardedgelfling's Response to TomTheTank's Review

Written on: 02/02/2012

Hmmm, you sure it wasn't the user... I don't see how one of the two best spring guns on the market could perform so badly unless it was in the hands of someone who didn’t know how to use it.

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Guest's Response to TomTheTank's Review

Written on: 18/11/2011

you must be nuts, the Air Arms tx,prosport range of rifles
have been used for years in hft/ft spring class comp with top
results these rifles are the best springes on the market.
i know i own 2 of them everyone rates them as the best springer out there for every use incuding target work
there easy to service tune and hold re,sale value you can not go wrong with the tx/prosport the engineering is top i mean
top, these rifles are in top class just outstanding product
mind blowing accuracy. (i recommend buy in .177 cal )

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★★★★★

“Just picked up my TX 200 MK 111 from the gun smiths &...”

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 Full Review

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★★★★★

“had mine for 5 months now, great gun very accurate; i...”

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.

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“i bought the walnut .177 model and im so glad i did....”

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 clicking… Read Full Review

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“I must write a review in answer to the guest review...”

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 have… Read Full Review

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