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AirForce Texan

Available in .45, .357, .30, .257, .50
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  • Code: U2045 · $1,029.99 · .45 · 1040 fps
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Airgun writer Tom Gaylord did some velocity testing of the Texan. See a chart of his findings in the supplementary images. The AirForce Texan delivers more power than any other production air rifle: .45-caliber bullets leave the muzzle at 1000 fps (up to 500+ ft-lbs. of energy). Load, cock, aim, squeeze and deliver jaw-dropping power. An entire world of hunting opportunities has just opened up to you! AirForce Texan Features Diagram

Airforce Texan Air Rifle Features
  • Precharged pneumatic
  • Single-shot
  • Sidelever
  • 11mm dovetail
  • 34" barrel
  • 2-stage trigger (adj. for position only)
  • 2.06-lb. trigger-pull
  • Automatic safety
  • Textured grip
  • 490cc tank
  • Pressure-relief device
  • 3000 psi (200 bar) max fill pressure
  • Adjustable power
  • Extended optics rail
  • 7.65 lbs. (without scope & mount)
  • No baffles/is not silenced
  • 13.875" to 15" length of pull
  • Buttplate can be rotated right and left for some cast-on and cast-off adjustability
  • Made in USA

AirForce Airguns recommends using only lead projectiles.
Does not include the scope, rings and bipod shown in some of the images.
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Specs
  • ManufacturerAirForce
  • Caliber.45
  • Velocity1040 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionSidelever
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeSingle-shot
  • Gun Weight7.65
  • Overall Length48.00
  • Barrel Length34.00
  • Loudness5-High
  • Magazine Capacity1
  • MechanismPre-charged pneumatic
  • Rail11mm dovetail
  • SafetyAutomatic
  • Front Sightsnone
  • Rear Sightsnone
  • Shots per Fill0
  • Trigger AdjustabilityTwo-stage non-adjustable
  • Trigger Action0
  • UseHunting
  • WarrantyLifetime limited warranty
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Reviews
Average Customer Review
4.7
4.524 Reviews
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5.0
By FranklinUSAJanuary 22, 2021

There are many aftermarket mods and accessories available from third party online vendors. Many vendors supply ammo designed specifically for the Texan as well. The customizable Texan platform may well become the AR of the airgun world.

Pros
Shooting my Texan is the most fun I've had with my clothes on. Other than seals and O rings, there isn't a single bit of plastic in this thing, just precision crafted steel and aluminum. Its accuracy and repeatability is just phenomenal. When shot from the bench with a bipod, it can drive tacks at 100+ yards. Customer service is solid as well and they stand behind their lifetime warranty. The pressure gauge on my .457 Texan recently developed a slow leak after 4 years. I spoke with Rachel at Airforce and had a replacement gauge two days later, free of charge. It's the little things.

Cons
When kitted out with a scope, suppressor, bipod, etc, it can get a bit long, unwieldy and front heavy. You're not going to easily carry it through underbrush. The loading tray dimension limits the bullets that can be loaded to about one inch in length (with the TX-1 valve). I don't know if the new TX-2 valve allows for more clearance, but the general consensus is that the new valve favors heavier bullet weights, which might not fit the loading tray.

5.0
By Phillip USANovember 14, 2020 Verified Purchase

I wrote a comment about Airforce air gums I need to add Received the repaired air tank the same day I wrote the statement. Had no Idea it was shipped back. Sorry Airforce for the comment.

Pros
Apology for past comment

Cons
None

1.0
By PhillipNovember 14, 2020

Beware Air Force guns corporate. Had a problem with air tank. I was given a return doc sent it back and was told it would be repaired or replace. It has been at least a month and a half and no tank return and have just been blown of off when ask about it.

Pros
Best 50 cal out there.

Cons
None

5.0
By JimmyUSAJune 13, 2020

Mine dings targets at 900 yards , with a 109 dollar sight , at night , target size 2 by 2 circle , 5 out of five , recorded on phone , put the flash light on target , hold steady , she will do the rest . My friend has a 8 year old son that followed these instructions , nailed a 900 yard shot using the round ball , first shot .

Pros
Hits hard and accurate

Cons
Loud

5.0
By fred f.January 25, 2020

Is this considered a fire arm?

5.0
By AlanUSADecember 21, 2019

I WAITED A LONG TIME FOR AF TO BRING OUT THE 257. i JUST PURCHASED THIS GUN AND ALTHOUGH I'VE SHOT IT I HAVEN'T BEEN ABLE TO GET OUTDOORS TO A RANGE. WINTER WEATHER AND BACK SURGERY HAVE PUT ME BEHIND FOR A GOOD WHILE. I OWNED A 457 TEXZAN WHICH I SOLD TO ONE OF MY SONS FOR DEER IN WISCONSIN. THE SIDECOCKER DESIGN IS SUPERIOR TO ANYTHING THEY HAVE MADE BEFORE. I'M LOOKING FORWARD TO SOME COYOTE AND HOG HUNTING IN THE FUTURE.

5.0
By ChetDecember 20, 2019

Well, what to say...This gun is the cats meow. There is nothing on this gun that doesn’t scream “Quality!” It is absolutely beautiful and shoots like a competition gun. The power this thing exudes is like that of a center fire rifle. It only took about 4-5 shots to get it sighted in. I put 2 full boxes of pills through this gun and it is an absolute blast. As with all things, I did some custom work to make it my own (see pics) but the mods were purely aesthetic. It shoots perfectly right out of the box. I own many air guns but I’m at a bit of a crossroads now. Will I really enjoy shooting them now that I have this Texas Monster? Not likely. If you’re in the market for a big bore air rifle, search no more. I cannot imagine what a gun would have to offer that would make it more appealing to me than the Texan. It’s pure, high pressure excitement on steroids. Just an amazing piece.

Pros
Fun to shoot Light No B.S. design Hard hitting power Beautiful to look at

Cons
You?ll find that you now need therapy because you?re head over heels in love with a gun Your friends will be jealous because now you?re way cooler than them. Women will approach you at random asking you to donate your sperm because they want their children to be as awesome as you. You?ll find yourself constantly shopping for black ?Arthur Fonzarelli? jackets to maintain the aura of being the coolest person you?ve ever met.

3.0
By WENDALL G.September 16, 2019 Verified Purchase

I give the air force Texan a 3 star due to a obvious manufactures flaw, otherwise this is an impressive air rifle. The 11mm rail in my opinion is a huge flaw. This should be a much stronger 5/8" wide flat rail drilled and tapped for 11" long picatinny rails. Both scope and accessories rail. The 11" long picatinny rails should be offered in Zero MOA, 20 MOA, 40-MOA, 60 MOA. Anyone investing a $1,000.00 + in a big bore air rifle is probably hunting with it and would like to shoot 100 + yards. That will require at least a 30 MOA ramp. The 11mm rings and picatinny rails I tried do not center properly and are sub par at best. I ended up buying a picatinny rails designed for a CZ rifle in a 30 MOA then had a machinist fit it perfectly to my air force Texan. I can now shoot accurately from 0-200 yards with my air rifle. With a 340 grain bullet zero at 118 yards, I shoot 5" high at 53 yards and 41" low at 196 yards with a full 3000 psi on each shot.

Pros
A very impressive air rifle. Very accurate once I got the scope centered over the barrel.

Cons
The 11mm rail. (The AirForce Texan air rifle deserves better) A larger air tank would be nice But not a deal killer.

5.0
By MichaelUSAFebruary 20, 2019

I have to say that this thing exceeded all expectations. I Use 350grn round i cast my self that is for 4570 and at 100 yard I can cluster then in a group the size of a 1/2 dollar coin.Its construction at excellent and i can not think of any way to make it better. Well maby a round cartridge but that might make it less accurate. I read a review that said his can randomly discharge and that's not right he needs a new valve or something cause mine absolutely will not fire on its own. That's the risk of buying used... I have fully accessorized mine and i love it I recommend getting the DonnyFL Emperor suppressor + the 6 inch extension it makes shooting this thing a dream and it sounds like a movie suppressed gun instead of a 12 gauge shotgun with out a suppressor many people do not talk about that with out suppression it is powder burner gun loud!

Pros
Sleek powerful accurate extremely smooth shooting

Cons
single shot. But making it semiautomatic would most likely affect its accuracy in which case forget it there are no cons.

5.0
By MichaelUSAFebruary 20, 2019

Theirs not much for me to say other than it the nicest and most powerful airgun i have ever owned. I now plane one buying another one.

Pros
Its simple and easy to use

Cons
its a 1 shot at a time but i am not sure it that's a con because it increases accuracy so actually now that i think of it there's nun

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Does this 45 caliber have the new tx2 vile

asked Thomas from USA

About 2 get this rifle in the .50 Cal but i need to know the EXACT SIZE of rounds i need to fit this (.50, .510 ) . Thank you

asked Tony from USA

what kind of sling can be made to work with the airforce texan ?

asked Eric from USA

Can i use 25 cal pellets instead of bullets Because .257 ammo is not imported but we do have .250 cal ammo wil that work

asked Rudolf from USA

I have the TA Texan 45 cal. And am looking for a suppressor, I am all so looking for the carbon fiber tank to replace the aluminum one it came with. If you could tell a cost for those it would be much appreciated.

asked Michael from USA

Donnie fl suppressor

Darnell from USA

The CF tank for the Texan is AGD-A9219 $389.95. We do not carry suppressors, Look at Donny FL on-line.

Mark from USA

Does this model texan come with the 510 caliber Lothar-Walther barrel, the recently released TX2 valve system?

asked Stephen from USA

The TX2 valve is only available in the 45 cal Texan.

Mark from USA

Can I shoot the 50 cal Air Bolt out of the 50 cal Texan?

asked William from USA

Yes

Mark from USA

I'm torn between getting an AirForce Texan in one of the big bore calibers (.357 would be my choice) or the FX Impact in .35. Comparing the pros and cons of each. Both great PCPs. Help me spend my hard-earned money. Why should I buy the AFT besides being patriotic and buying US made (I'm in Dallas)

asked BERNARDO from USA

The AF Texan is a very good hunting gun. The FX Impact is a really good target gun and also hunts well. The FX trigger is much better. They both shoot very well out to 120-150 yards.

Mark from USA

Are barrels interchangeable?

asked Norman Thompson

No where can I find any reference to this airguns shooting range ? Would someone help me out on this please ? I would have at least expected AirgunDepot to provide some pertinent info on this critical information ! Thanks !

asked James from USA

Can someone provide what thread size DonnyFL Emperor suppressor compatible with gun or direct link to compatible suppressors, thank you

asked Sami Jawad

Can this shoot .308???

asked Jason Reinhardt

They sell air rifle pellets. I was wonding if I could use reloading bullets and use those instead of special ording them from the website.

asked Michael

I assume, since this is listed as pre-order, that any answer has to be from AirForce or a reviewer, so, how many shots are usable from one charged tank? Thanks for the time to answer.

asked William from USA

Youtube says 4-6 good shots thats why i would buy the tank combo

Wyatt from USA

Depending on weight of bullet, 405 grain gets 2 good shots. 200 grain up to 6 shots between fills.

Thadeous

We have not got the full specs sheet as of this time but we should be getting that information soon. We are working very closely with AirForce on the release of this new rifle and are hoping to get a test model soon.

Scott from USA
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