After taking a step back and looking at the TX200, most would agree that it probably qualifies as one of the finest springers ever made. And then to top it all off, there is no doubt to claims of superior accuracy. The TX200 falls into a unique category of a functional heirloom air rifle, which will no doubt be enjoyed throughout the many generations that it is passed down through.
Air Arms TX200 MKIII Features
- Sliding breech
- 11mm optics dovetail grooves
- No open sights
- Walnut Monte Carlo stock
- Raised right-hand cheekpiece
- Checkered forearm and pistol grip
- Ventilated rubber recoil pad
- 2-stage adjustable match trigger
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, fit finish , accuracy, the trigger is the best . I love the trigger.my experience with Airgun Depot was excellent.they double packed the rifle to protect it during shipping. top notch crew.
A great experience . Thumbs up . Thank you .
TX-200 MRKIII which was very disappointing. I purchased the HAWKE Air-max 4-16X50 scope and mounted it on my TX-200. Sighting the TX-200 in was a bit of work, come to find out every screw holding the rifle together was loose. I had to completely strip down the TX-200 and retighten all the screws. Watched some You-tube videos and then got everything tight. Now the TX-200 shoots dime size groups at 25 yards. After about 30 shots I started getting flier pellets out side the groups. Come to find out some of the screws on the gun were loose again. After reading comments on the web I see this is a common issue with this rifle and I may need to use some thread lock. This was a little disappointing for such an expensive air rifle.
This is a heavy gun compared to my Daisy Avanti 0.177 10 meter target rifle, but that adds some stability offhand.
I had some cocking troubles at first. It didn't want to set the safety or allow the anti-beartrap to release without several tries. I explored on-line and saw that this was not uncommon. 1/2 turn of the rear trigger assembly attachment screw seems to have totally fixed it.
As many have noted, it's stone cold beautiful!
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