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Written on: 04/02/2015 by Sosalty (1 review written)
No, I didn't wear out the 2003 rifle! Finally sold my beloved AA410 but kept the S200 and now own a 2nd S200. USA purchase from Pyramid Air. Fast shipping with impressive triple cardboard boxing. Its' stock is quite attractive, some light cleaning, and with a slip over recoil pad to extend the length of pull for an adult, add scope, ready to shoot. Ran some goo gone, gun oil, then dry pads down the barrel and wiped exterior with gun oil; just a trace of crud showed, pretty clean… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/06/2013
I had one S200 5.5 FAC: I liked very much this little nice gun in 5.5 FAC 25.8 joules for hunting (extremely accurate, light etc) but found that with only 20 shots per fill I would look like a guy with emphysema carrying around a bottle of oxygen to refill muy tank (dove hunting) unless I could get at least two more spare tanks . Leaving in Chile you can not find them at a store and there are very expensive to import if allowed. That is why I prefered to change to the TX200... If… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/05/2013 by Handsomeshooter1 (1 review written)
Don't let any old tosh about 'being made in Czech Republic' put you off. This is a competition level air weapon. Just 1.5kg heavier than the BSA ultra tach, but when it comes to finish and quality this gun FAR outweighs the ultra! Presented in a proper box, cleaned and tested before leaving the factory with separate FPS readout for your gun...just like the ultra promised. But anyone who's ever seen an ultra box and presentation will understand what I mean when I say it simply does not compare… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/02/2013
Excellent rifle ,had mine around 6 years now ,fitted multishot adapter kit and I would say if you like the look of these Biathalon styled rifles you will not be dissapointed ,low shot count in .177 so stick to .22 or buy a regulator if you want more shots . light weight ,excellent balance and quiet with good silencer fitted… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/07/2012 by thesmudger (1 review written)
I have just recently returned to the world of Air Rifles and, apart from a couple of "modern" CO2 pistols, I have remained faithful to the old barrel real springer models that I had been used to. That was until I tried an Air Arms 200, and I was hooked. This model is variously described in the literature as "A Budget Model", "for beginners" and "the ideal gun for a lady or child". Don't believe a word of it. Budget Model - yes, in terms of its stable mates, but it is none the worse for that -… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/06/2012 by sho_oter123 (1 review written)
people say that the gun is for women or children but i have done allot of air gun shooting with many types of guns and this gun was certainly the best it is a very powerful little gun and is suitable for all shooters.it is very quiet with the silencer on and is brilliant for all types of quarry i would also recommend having the 10 shot magazine put in and it smooth and very good i would recommend this gun to anyone.i think it is suitable for experienced shooters and not just beginners… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/02/2012 by VinceGreen (1 review written)
I bought a MK3 in .177 flavour, used but in mint condition. Flawless! Accurate, very accurate. 35 yard clover leaf grouping with ease. Light, and comes to the shoulder with such ease. If you want a pneumatic rifle this is one that should have serious consideration. It may not have the looks of the one you want, but it will be as accurate!… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/01/2012 by mattycons59 (7 reviews written)
After shooting an Air Arms S410 and Pro Sport in .22 calibre for a year I decided to join my local (as local as a 50 mile round trip can be) air rifle club to gain a bit more experience and pick up some tips from more seasoned shooters. Great fun but after a couple of weeks I noticed that I was one of the only ones using a .22 rifle, everyone else had .177. So, I decided to get myself a .177 to see what all the fuss was about. Having used Air Arms rifles in the past I opted for an Air Arms… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/09/2011 by sam-airguns (1 review written)
The Air Arms S200 is possibly the most user-friendly pre-charged sporter I’ve ever tested. Comes in bolt action single shot and has a fill pressure of 200 bar. Gives around 50/70 in 177. This is good for starters, younger people and women but it's also a great gun for pest controllers because of it's weight. The overall finish of the gun is good and I'd recommend it to anyone looking for a starter air gun. There's a good review of the gun here… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/02/2011
Got myself a 2nd hand aa s200 cost me £360 thats with a optic scope with illuminated rectical and logan silencer.
its multi-shot converted with brass bolt and target converted.
This is my first proper air rifle i used to have a bsa meteor break barrel and this is 20 time more powerful and 100 times more fun off to hunt some bunnies tonight!!
Its light,accurate and powerful (if you tune it)
you can easily convert it to a multi-shot rifle for about £60
brilliant gun for… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/10/2010
im thinking of buying a mk 3 but bit confused as some say they are tamper proof and would like yo increase power slightly is this still possible… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/09/2010
the s200 is a remarkable rifle, i have had 3 now.. and even though i have had daystates and loguns i have still come back to the aa s200, as my favorite rifle.
the stock is a personal thing only.. i prefer the 2 piece mk2 stock than the horrible 1 piece mk3, but thats only personal opinion!! nothing more, the mk2 is easily twaekable and mine is running around 17ft/lb in .22 form.
i have had .177 and .22 rifles and although the .177 looks more powerfull at damaging bottles/cans etc they are not… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/07/2010
Accuracy,Weight,Power [ if tuned up ]
Hasnt got a Pressure Gauge
change the back spring to a more stronger one
above trigger take off bolt loosen the screw with an alen key ,put bolt back on
remove back stock and turn in red screw until it doesnt fire, then keep on turning it back half a turn until it does fire
Fire Arms Certificate [FAC] Reccomended
P.S: Dont buy .22 cal, get .177
This Tuning Guide is based on my own experiences… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/06/2010
just bought the airarms s200 mk3
zeroed it in with 6 shots
i find it very accurate even at 35 yards i can get half inch grouping
took it out hunting first time last night already bagged 3 bunnys 2 wood pidgeons with ease
this is an amazing little gun
would definatley recommend
there is nothing i dont like about this gun ;)… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/05/2010
Got myself a second hand air arms t200 second hand for £320 with a silencer, walther 3-9x56 ir scope, Mag system, brass trigger and brass bolt.
it's the model with the target stock on it i find it much better than the 'normal' stock because if you have the mag system you need high scope mounts so i needed a high cheekpiece. Took it out to the garden with some bisley practice, 10 shots to zero it after that pellet on pellet at 20-25 yards not tried it at longer ranges yet.... Amazing gun… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/05/2010 by mandemerdam (3 reviews written)
I have now owned the Air Arms S200 MkIII for about two years. I previously owned the Weihrauch HW97k (also a great rifle).
The rifle is quite light (at a push 4kg with the scope) meaning it will not tire you out after carrying it around in the field. The pistol grip makes the rifle very easy to shoulder and keep steady. Also the one piece stock looks great and sits well in the hands. The trigger can be adjusted for different hand sizes but I left mine as it was. The new air bottle can be… Read Full Review