Written on: 06/06/2013
What a gun everything u need in a air rifle and more. It will make a noddy look good with tight grouping. I could put pellet on pellet at 40 yards all day long. It is a little heavy but well worth putting up with. They a few and far between these days and are well worth there money. I brought my one well over ten years ago. Best buy iv ever made. Now I'm looking for a new rifle pcp and I'm spoiled for choice. If anyone is selling one let me know I might be interested. (read more)
Written on: 25/09/2012 by sebsyseren (4 reviews written)
.177, left handed, good for 60 yard shots. this gun is a wet dream, at 40 yards i can group 25 shots in a 5p sized bull to the point of not being able to count through the holes that i had fired 25, cant even come close to that with any other gun i have! . i love you SR, you rock my world! lol. lovely to pull to bits with loads of fiddly bits to play with, contemplating a silencer attachment mod to go on the muzzle break to save pulling it to bits and sticking it in the lathe like i had to.... (read more)
Written on: 25/01/2010
Very heavy gun for field use super accuracy at all times,why o why did air arms stop making them 10 12 years ago bring them back and they will sell like hot cakes.As for the trigger well just perfect the hole thing is made to last years.I would be happy to pay£450 £550 for a new to/day if they where still made .Ps airs arms think about a remake run (read more)
Written on: 19/08/2007 by otoole (1 review written)
I having trouble setting up sliding mechanism can anyone give any good pointers. (read more)
Written on: 24/11/2003 by ronjobbes (1 review written)
I have a MKII in a big laminated stock (maybe a CS100) with adjustable cheek piece, tuned by ken reeves. shooting from knee in FT it is deadly, report is 1/4 of standard TX shoots JSB 8.4 @ 809 and another SR I have shoots @ 812 I just bought a third used with scope. I likeum....
I have a MKIII TX200 HC .22 and a MKII TX200 .177, PRO SPORT .177.
I have had the TX apart but the SR is little tougher looking. AA guns are easy to rebuild. (read more)
Written on: 28/04/2003 by Cazzidy.
I have one in the Mk I version (Turner tuned and in a custom stock) and one in Mk II standard. I do like them both, but the Mk I (used for formal FT) is the real beauty and cocks and shoots like a dream! I use the Mk II for Hunter FT/informal FT. I certainly do not miss any PCP having these!They are very solid construction rifles.
When you see those pellets sailing into a 50 meters half inch cluster group, you tend to think that the gun lacks power. In reality they both are near the 12... (read more)
Written on: 30/03/2003 by RONZ.
Have owned mine (new) since 1994. Great gun. Designed primarily as a 12 ft./lb gun in England, it's a little difficult to get the power up very much due to limited piston travel (stroke).
I have made several mods including new spring, guides, better lock nuts and teflon bushings under the sled mechanism. Shoots VERY accurate and smooth.
They were available in the Mark 1 and Mark 2 runs. Their action was mounted on a rail system that would let the action move back when... (read more)
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