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is the tx200 the best springer to date or wot

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by tx2stu, May 30, 2007.

  1. tx2stu

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    is the tx200 the best spring gun to date ! or wot.???
     
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    Well Stuart I'm not an expert, but I can tell you that I'm very pleased with my one.......I've only had it a couple of weeks and it's already my fave :up: :)

    porky/Keith
     
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    nice!

    yes porky

    thats wot we like to here! you can go wrong with this gun super gun tx200 mk3
     
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    Stu mate ,that's a "can't go wrong" :D
     
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    re. tx200

    there is no doubt you,ve a cracking gun there......as best ever......that,s down to persnal prefference..........take,s a lot to beat a well tuned hw77....imo:)
     
  6. Rockabilly

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    yeah but a tx is near as it gets to a tuned rifle straight out of the box;)
     
  7. Mick Dundee

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    TX the best?

    Had a TX 200 hc and it was amazing. I prefer (but only just) Weihrauch breakbarrels ( 85s, 95s, and 80s) because of their simplicity, no side levers that click for instance .
     
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    i think the tx is fab, wouldnt change mine....:up::)
     
  9. topcat

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    AA2OO

    PROSPORT
     
  10. EX Mod Cog

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    Umm ... I'm not sure if it'll be much better than the HW97K - not that I own one.
     
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    Prosport.

    Always wanted one but there you go! Can you tell me something? If the underlever is made of a form of aluminium, is there a history of this item wearing out? I seem to remember something about it a long time ago.
     
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    I've got no idea, as I've never owned an under lever. I should imagine that they're more fragile though ...
     
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    No. :D
     
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    Its close too for sure,i shoot a tunned prosport and i can say its one hell of a accurate gun shot properly. Hw 97 is close,even a hw 98 could be up there defo.
     
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    Best springer ever would be one of the Whiscombe rifles.

    http://whiscombe.net/page2/page2.html

    BUT in the real world this argument will never be settled, it's more down to personal opinion than anything else.

    Harry.
     
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    Got a hw 97k 177now with venom kit in , better than the prosport or tx imho
     
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    The best springer ever made hmmmm......HW80 or HW77
     
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    It's been scientifically proven the tx200 IS the best springer ever made.
     
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    what he said
     
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    :eek:

    the best ever springer made is my one :D:D:D:D

    my prosport is far silkier than a tx with v-mach in it(i used yesterday), mine is a from the factory rifle and ive had it 2 years now.i have put a very heavy stock on it though
    the underlever is strong as but it can come loose, once sorted best rifle ever.

    rikki
     
    Last edited: Jun 12, 2011

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