Written on: 29/10/2013 by sully177
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... (read more)
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... (read more)
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 more)
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 more)
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... (read more)
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... (read more)
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 .
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 .
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... (read more)
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... (read more)
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... (read more)
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... (read more)
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... (read more)
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... (read more)
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 more)
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 more)
Written on: 09/10/2009
You can go get a spring rifle for a third of the price but if you take the time to to check out the Air Arms TX200 MkIII you will see from first glimpse this is no ordinary air rifle. The stock is a work of art, with deep and intricate chequering. The pistol grip is capped off with rosewood too, nice touch. The action is blued to perfection and the cocking is smooth and can be quieter if the beartrap is clamped prior to pulling the cocking arm. This just stops the 3 loud clicks of the... (read more)
Written on: 27/08/2009
Not had my air arms tx200 long, safety catch only works occasionally, considering returning to dealer. After saying that, I have six springers, Tx200 MK111 is my favourite, fits to the shoulder perfectly,the hand grip is wide and chunky ideal for my large hands. The anti bear trap catch on the right takes a little getting use to but it soon becomes second nature.Superb accuracy using Accu Pel .177, on the chrono the power is just below 11 and with less that +-5 fps variance. Little or no... (read more)
Written on: 25/08/2009
ive had my Air Arms tx200 MkIII for a month now and its excellent. i do agree that it is heavy, but it is building my arms up on the plus side.its very accurate ive had ten pence groupings at 25yrds.my tx is a 22 and very powerful.it does like air arms field pellets but ive also put bisley long range gold and it likes them too.i wouldnt sell or swap it for any other rifle.the over all finish on the stock and steel is superb.and its made in britain.nuff said. (read more)
Written on: 04/05/2009 by ruileitao (2 reviews written)
The Air Arms TX200 MkIII is excellent.
Even better than i thought it would be: great finish in stock and, steel, five star trigger, excellent accuracy with H&H field target pellets(didn't tried JSB yet cause they're out of stock around here) and using a cheap chinese scope on it (i'm waiting for a bushnell legend to fit) the only negative points are: the weight (a bit front heavy, but you can always choose the Pro Sport) and the small rubber between the lever and the barrel that doesn't... (read more)
Written on: 25/03/2009 by WYLDBILL100 (1 review written)
The Air Arms TX200 MkIII is an EXCELLENT Air Rifle!! Bought mine second hand but in pristine condition. It is the walnut version and typically will be a bit more heavy than beech. Once you've got her sighted in...LOOK OUT! She will not disappoint. Lead on lead at 25 yards USING the proper hold. you'll read about in other forums for springers. Mine is scoped with a variable 3x9 with red/green lighted cross hairs. If I had the opportunity to purchase it in the .22 cal., I would have; simply... (read more)
Written on: 21/03/2009
The TX200 is one of the best value for money rifles on the market, it reaks of pure quality right from the bottom of the butt plate through to the tip of the barrel. Very few improvments could be made on this rifle. Granted it is heavy but that adds to the feeling of strength and class. (read more)
Written on: 26/01/2009 by sicho (5 reviews written)
As an overall review the Air Arms TX200 MkIII is an expensive rifle but you get what you are paying for, all parts are carefully produced, very high precission and good looking rifle.
It is quite a must for Field Target, the weight gives some extra estability. Incredible precission if you use the right pellet, like H&N Field Target, also the wood is very well finished and design is confortable to be used with scope. (read more)
Written on: 08/01/2009
Good all rounder gun. Good for target shooting and hunting. Good accuracy. Nice stock easy to re-load. The Air Arms TX200 is a bit heavy but with practice your shooting will improve with this air rifle. (read more)
Written on: 15/12/2008
This rifle I have Owned for approx one year and have nothing but praise for it. Every person including ex army love shooting it.
So far I have shoot targets at 35yards,inch grouping,beyond this I tend to use empty beer cans.With a mil dot scope ,and useing Air Arms pellets 100 yard shots are possible.I have been unable to find out the power of this rifle,if some one knows I would be gratful to their reply. The Air Arms TX200 is a good, well built, accurate and powerful air rifle. It is quite... (read more)
Written on: 01/12/2008 by Patch121 (1 review written)
I think that its well worth buying one. The Air Arms TX200 MkIII is VERY VERY Accurte, its really easy to cock, and its nice to handle. Overall this air rifle is great value for money. (read more)
Written on: 23/11/2008 by jonzero
Now - after putting my personal mods on the TX200MK3 as described in previous reviews above - and putting gun through lengthly tests, now it feels and shoots like spring gun heaven, what a difference in the sitting field target position, and holding on standing shots with my new mod [ fashioned overarm extention one and a half inch deep gun rest made from small piece of walnut ] you guys are really missing out on springers for field target comfort, if you are interested in my mods it cost... (read more)
Written on: 02/11/2008 by long jon
Have fitted adjustable butt end, also made and fitted one and a half inch deep fashioned over arm rest, looks very neat and tidy, and shoots like a dream,have lightened trigger [a gas ram if only they made one] would make this Spring Gun wow, my rating has improved with my new mods.
Anyone interested for advise on modification give me a call, only too happy to help (read more)
Written on: 25/10/2008 by long jon
Gun TX200MK3 well made - But air arms backup service [which I am now sadly experiencing] leaves a lot to be desired.
TX200MK3 well made - very accurate with air arms field pellets 1.77 451s - good stock - good integral silencer - blueing very good - handles well - a good quality gun - this springer is heavy which helps recoil when shooting,
this gun will make half inch groups at 50 yaards in the right hands. Trigger could be improved [which is needed for field target]
a little... (read more)
Written on: 08/10/2008
I've had my Mark II since 1994, and she performs absolutely perfectly. Gone through approx 8 springs - though none disintigrated. Changed some o-rings - all run of the mill stuff. recommend a cloth pull-through bore cleaner after every tin of pellets. (read more)
Written on: 02/10/2008 by Syxiepoo (2 reviews written)
Overall though, this is a great "springer". I have been researching what gun to buy for some time and was greatly impressed with this one as an excellent alternative to a pre-charge. Mine has a nice Simmons Whitetail Classic 4-12 x 44 scope and the added benefit of bespoke walnut woodwork with adjustable cheek and shoulder pads. If you're looking for a great "springer", this could well be the one for you too. (read more)
Written on: 02/10/2008
I love this rifle. It's the first air rifle I've ever owned, and I can't say I'm disappointed.
I would recommend this rifle to anyone. (read more)
Written on: 31/05/2008 by emss
This is my first springer - I purchased it based on reviews so I am going to offer my opinon for those interested.
At first, I struggled with hitting the bullseye consistently. I qualified expert in the military, and have a long history with marksmanship. I then read an article on how to shoot a springer and the results were immediate. There is a technique and as soon as I learned the feel, accuracy was no longer an issue.
I am putting lead on top of lead - directly in the bullseye -... (read more)
Written on: 03/05/2008
I have owned mine for a few years now and use it on and off. it is verry powerful, however its quite heavy and this can realy effect the accuracy unless you have something to lean on. i would not recomend it for young air gunners due to the wieght. (read more)
Written on: 14/04/2008
Wonderful weopon, the best springer i have ever owned (read more)
Written on: 09/04/2008
This is a cracking rifle the trigger is super its heavy and quite nearly got a hw97 glad i didnt now what a gun this is (read more)
Written on: 01/04/2008
For the price, you cant beat in class and you would spend 5 times more just to get close to what this rifle can deliver period. Check out the owners video logs on you tube. The best spring gun period. Trigger, recoil and over all craftsmaship period. The only gun with the best accuracy feel and no cost(no co2) less to operate. You can kill a house fly at 100 yards away with ease. (read more)
Written on: 24/01/2008 by spam136 (1 review written)
can you tell me what bipod you use on the pic, i love my tx200 as it so easy to get a rabbit at long distaces (read more)
Written on: 02/01/2008
A great buy to any air gun enthusiast of any age. (read more)
Written on: 30/12/2007
It was a choice of this one or the w97 after spending 20 min in the shop I made the right choice (read more)
Written on: 20/12/2007 by Duncanfromscotland (1 review written)
I bought the Air Arms TX200 MkIII two years ago after an interval in air rifle ownership of 26 years. (I am a fifty year old 'born again')
My previous gun was a BSA Super Airsporter in.22 that I used exclusively for hunting rabbit. (It used to throw a nice consistent pellet)
Having had a loan of an Air Arms Camargue in .22 10 years ago, I was very impressed with that animal. A big, heavy sidelever of very good build quality.
I wanted a springer, as I knew that they had improved dramatically... (read more)
Written on: 21/09/2007 by mikeoverly (2 reviews written)
The one magnum springer to own if you're owning just one. FAC version goes 18 ft. lbs. in .22, yet recoil is very low and shrouded barrel means most of the noise is your target being hit. Smooth and "gas ram-like" without the noise, jump, and high cocking effort.
The new rosewood capped stock in Walnut forced me to take the plunge -- haven't seen a nicer factory stock anywhere. The build quality, firing experience, and one-holer accuracy put other spring guns at this power level to... (read more)
Written on: 24/05/2007 by Jeepee 71 (1 review written)
This is my first grown up rifle after having used a knackered BSA Meteor on and off since Bucks Fizz won the Eurovision. I became convinced that the 60mm groupings at 30m couldn't be completely my fault, and with the cat shaming me by bringing in a rabbit every other night I decided to invest in a powerful, accurate bunny zapper.
I'd read every review of the HW97 and the TX200 (&HC), but after comparing them in a Lancashire gunshop there was no contest. After coming in to a bit of cash I... (read more)
Written on: 23/05/2007 by Len P (1 review written)
Value for money, reliable, user friendly and excellent performance. (read more)
Written on: 13/05/2007 by stephensscott (1 review written)
I bought my Air Arms TX200 about 2 months ago. I do a lot of rabbit shooting and i found it ideal. It's very powerful gun and accurate.
If any one could tell me which bypod 2 get for this gun it would be very helpful. (read more)
Written on: 27/04/2007 by airarmstx200 (1 review written)
I really like this rifle very sleek great to handle. had it two weeks fired about 400 shots lovely rifle great shoot over all fantastic.
I would recommend to any airgunner. a++++++++++++++++ (read more)
Written on: 22/01/2007 by Hookslinger (1 review written)
I base this review on extensive competition with this rifle...I also personally own three. (read more)
Written on: 12/10/2006 by landymad (1 review written)
My Air Arms TX200 MkIII is used for all purposes hunting and field target. I bought the gun about three months ago and it's a great gun, really accurate and powerful and nice to shoot. the only problems is it has to keep going back to be repaired. After 2 weeks the gun was going rusty (oil all metal work after use). Then had to go back for buggered trigger and cocking lever bluing fading.
I would recommend as a second gun if you don't mind being without it every 6 weeks. (read more)
Written on: 09/10/2006 by dvdarc (1 review written)
The Air Arms TX200 MKIII .177 is a wonderful rifle! Once you get in tune with this rifle you can really appreciate quality, accuracy and power. Spring rifles are fun to shoot because of skill and patience required to shoot good enough to enjoy, plus the inherent self contained independence of springers. One needs to practice, practice and practice to learn about yourself; concentration, technique, and follow through really makes a difference. The TX has it all waiting for you when you're... (read more)