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Written on: 13/06/2014 by AmayaSteele175 (1 review written)
took 1/2 tin of pellets to get the loading perfected re placing pellets in barrel but now fall into place..no problem. Tried other top makes but this is the cream. It is a heavy gun but all the quality ones are… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/03/2014 by adiw32 (1 review written)
I absolutely love my tx200hc rifle, looks gorgeous, especially now I have oiled the stock and has the rowan trigger. It shoots like a dream, smooth, extremely accurate and very little recoil. The only downside is its a little heavy but it's well worth owning. It's my pride and joy!… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/12/2013 by Rabbitslayer (1 review written)
I have owned my tx200 hc for about a year now , I bought it second hand from a friend who bought it brand new in 2002 . First of all I'll start with the build quality , this is one of the best built rifle's I've ever handled the stock is beech and has lovely lazer cut checkering on both the fore end and pistol grip and although this rifle is nearly 12 years old still looks stunning. The quality of the blueing is exceptional , it's very deep and even throughout , there are a few scratches but… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/10/2013 by sully177 (1 review written)
one very smooth accurate rifle.The quality of workman ship is outstanding as is the accuracy that goes with it.The action is so quiet and the built in silencer works well.Its as close to pcp quite that i have come across due to the tuned internals.The trigger is very refind and the factory setting is perfect .As for the weight all good springers are heavy and their is always the option of a sling.Perfect for pest control after shooting 7 rats in 24 hours with minimal disturbance.why didn't i… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/05/2012
The TX200Mk11 is a Perfect Field Target Rifle, I use it for Bench rest Target shooting and Pest control using The following Pellets in 5.5mm; Air Arms Diabolo Hunter. Very accurate up to 35MTs, 18mm groups with no wind. RWS Superdome. Very accurate up to 35MTs, 25mm groups in moderate wind. RWS Super-H-Point. Accurate up to 25MTs, 20mm groups with no wind. Bisley Pest Control. Accuracy poor at 25MTs, 31mm groups no wind. Bisley Magnum. Very good but on Cronograph well above 12FPs. Not tried… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/08/2011 by TORNADOS7 (3 reviews written)
Bought this rifle just after Xmas as a pressie to myself having wanted one for years but was'nt prepared for what I got! What I thought I'd bought was a top notch fixed barrel underlever rifle made by one of the most respected companies in the trade which in part is true as the rifle is a top quality product and fit and finish is flawless and… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/03/2011
The best money I ever spent !! Total quality from muzzle to butt.Mine is a .22 bought for a rabbit problem but I use it for target and squirrel too. Power and accuracy is incredible with top quality pellets,Air arms field 5.51,H & N FTT and I must say that those new fangled Thunderbolt zinc pellets are great too but be careful,those have blown a hole in the back of a steel pellet trap !
Congratulations to Air Arms and thanks for making it in England… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/11/2010
The TX200 is in my opinion a pure shooting thoroughbred. £300 odd gets you a rifle that is not only beautiful to look at but also very well made. It will keep pace with most of the P.C.Ps that are shot in my club (a good few being 3 or 4 times the price of the TX) as for the weight , yes it's a heavy rifle. but if your poor arms start to ache after a good session with this rifle , i suggest maybe a b.s.a meteor is probably more suited to you. it is a good stable shooting platform . its heavy… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/11/2010
having read the negative reviews of this rifle i wonder if these people know what there talking about.i own a mk111 177 hc and all ican say is this rifle is just pure class it is as accurate as my brothers s400 at 35 yards and as for the build quality its supurb.i have owned diana,hw97k and they are are not a patch on this.i do find the rifle on the heavy side but like the other reviews this helps with accuracy and absorbs recoil which is hardly any.if you want a good hunting rifle this is the… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/11/2010
Here's how you know it's not a Silencer ! look under accessories where it says "Silencer for air rifles" on the Weihrauch web site it even shows you on the fourth picture down, on the end of the HW 97 k a Silencer on the end of a Muzzle Brake ! also scroll down it says "screw-on for HW 97 K" plus go here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ankrao3-R5I the comment on all the models and the COMMENT ON THE HW 35 WHEN THINGS GOT SERIOUS WITH THE "SILENCER"!!! THANK YOU .
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Written on: 01/11/2010
Here's how you know it's not a Silencer ! look under accessories where it says "Silencer for air rifles" on the Weihrauch web site it even shows you on the fourth picture down, on the end of the HW 97 k a Silencer on the end of a Muzzle Brake ! also scroll down it says "screw-on for HW 97 K" plus go here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ankrao3-R5I the comment on all the models and the COMMENT ON THE WH 35 WHEN THINGS GOT SERIOUS WITH THE "SILENCER"!!! THANK YOU .
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Written on: 21/10/2010 by simona050 (4 reviews written)
The TX200 MkIII rifle. Mine is .22 calibre. On the downsides, it is no fly weight. At 9lb-odd unscoped and hold sensitive, it is not suitable as a fast-aiming stalking rifle. It has a flimsy-feel to the cocking arm which locks up at a ball detent block under the muzzle. And it has a tendancy to lock-up a bit skewed into the detent. The weight of the rifle too, makes fitting a servicable sling problematic as it can easily pull the cocking lever out and free from the block. With no provision for… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/09/2010
i must agree with the guest review in that this thing is nothning short of a tank it weighs just short of 10lbs unladen a beast of a gun and as for the accuracy yes its great if you can nail it to a fence post and spend two minutes chiseling the underleaver from the housing fumbling about for a pellet then releasing the interminable lever lock which will re lock at every stage until it is re seated in the housing then you will have to re set yourself ready to take a shot meantime every quarray… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/07/2010
I have to strongly disagree with AirArms177's review below. There is a reason Mark Camoccio of Gun Mart rated this rifle so highly..it has broken through into field target and indeed has beaten a good deal of PCP rifles.
The cocking action is easy for anyone of even light average strength, indeed i find it childs play, 9lbs heft isnt that great a deal , but then im ex infantry only having returned to civi street last year in November and so well used to carrying a GPMG around which weighs well… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/07/2010 by airarms177 (2 reviews written)
although a beautiful rifle i found it absolutely useless a hunting anything that isnt slow moving or stationary. its immense weight make it extremely difficult to hold steady for any longer than 3-4 seconds and makes fast target acquisition nigh on impossible because the guns momentum swings it past whatever you're aiming at. aiming this gun up trees is a nightmare, in fact, standing shots in general just get less and less accurate as your rifle saps the energy out of you as the day draws on. i… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/03/2010
Wow, what a rifle! Owned tx200 .177 walnut now for 1 year, beautiful rifle but true beauty is in the fact that whatever I aim it at....HIT! Pellet after pellet almost one on top of another. Little ragged holes out to 45 yards...my longest shot on property measures with Leica laser rangefinder. JSB domes...light ones,,,just beautiful!!
Handling/loading takes a little getting used to but now second nature. Heavy with Leapers 8X24 scope but OOOOOoooo so stable shooting platform....get one before… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/11/2009
As my first underlever, it took a little getting used to, what with the anti-beartrap device on the right side, and I found it a bit fiddly to load until I got the knack, but now I consistently stack lead at 40m. The weapon holds its zero and because of its weight, the recoil is negligible. You just have to get used to lugging it around - get a sling for it, because using one properly in the field really helps with pulling it into your shoulder when standing or kneeling. I find that it shoots… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/10/2009
just bought a new tx 200 mk111, 177 l/h with walnut stock. i used to own a mk 11 about 14 years ago and had to sell it. had a look round at different makes but couldnt see anything i liked better, to keep it brief i am very pleased with my choice, it is very accurate, well made and looks lovely with the walnut stock, recommended pellets from local gunshop are field target trophies. if you are looking to buy an air rifle this is a nice gun… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/10/2009
I have an Air Arms .22 TX200 hc and have been using this for nearly 2 years.
overall i have found this model to be an excellent target rifle, although quite heavy it is also a very good hunting rifle, that is if you have the stamina to carry it around for a number of hours.
I`am currently using a nikko sterling 4-12X50 mount master scope and air arms diabolo field pellets, I can honestly say that these pellets are really the only pellets that give consistently good results, although Bisley… Read Full Review
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