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swivels for underlever tx200 and hw97k

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by danlightbulb, Jan 5, 2014.

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    Plus one for the one above. Got it on mine and works a treat
     
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    Or check out Tawnado airguns on the net. That's a QD set, nearly £25 though. Also the Deben ones are to big for the HW97 as it's only 13.5mm under lever
     
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    According to uttings page the 13.5mm one is required for both the HW97 and the TX200? Does it fit tightly on your TX richierich?
     
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    I've got the ones from Tawnado Airguns. They fit perfectly, and I've fitted with a bit of tape on the lever to protect from marks from the clamp
     
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    Ah I thought you said you had the ones pointed to on ebay in post #2. They look the same, but the ebay ones state 15mm and the ones on tawnado airguns don't state a diameter and they are also £5 more and out of stock.
     
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    They don't stay in stock long.

    The Tx200 underlever diameter is 14.15mm according to AAOC, and Tawnado list the set as TX200/HW97 compatible. The eBay one will fit, especially when placing some tape between it to protect the lever.
     
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    Well I contacted Tawnado Air Guns about when they expect stock. The response was they do not know!! Sorry but how can you run a business not knowing when your next stock is coming in when there are customers waiting.
     
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    I'd be asking Tawnado's supplier that question - Tawnado are their customer after all.
     
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    Not my job to fix their supply chain, I can moan about it though :D

    I looked briefly into shipping some direct from the US. They wanted $50 shipping costs for a $15 product..... cant believe its this hard to get the right size.
     
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    Dan, the ones in Nicks link are the pucker job. Go for them, excellent price too.
    Regards Stu.
     
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    Just a tip for anyone fitting a swivel to a TX underlever - position is crucial. Too near the breech and it can make cocking impossible (easy to spot) or unpredictable (took me bl**dy ages to figure out what was going on, when it only caused a problem every 20 or 30 shots :eek:). Too near the muzzle when carrying the rifle muzzle-up and it pulls the underlever out of the catch - best carried muzzle-down in my experience.
     
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    I found a photo from a member on here with the 15mm clamp fitted and although the photo wasn't that clear, it looked quite heavily packed underneith, thats why I'm being cautious. I have PM'd the member to ask him about the fit. I'm always wary about stuff on ebay you never know if its the real deal or a knock off.

    I'd have thought the OEM's would have made their own sling swivels to fit their own guns, they could manufacture something like that for pennies.
     
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    I just received a set of these from singapore - quality is spot on and they only cost £7 delivered off the bay.. gonna stick one close as I can to the front stock screw on the TX - hopefully I wont also need a forged fore end bracket to deal with the weight! The beauty of these is they fit flush and theres no dangly bits when you remove the sling!
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    This is where it's supposed to mount according to the instructions so that the underlever does not release with the weight of the rifle
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    Not particularly a good pic, but this is mine fitted
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    TX200 underlever barrel band clamp size

    Hi Dan,
    Did you ever find out the exact diameter of the TX200 MKIII underlever, and the exact size of the underlever barrel band clamp required for a secure fit? I'm thinking of doing the same thing that you were doing and have the same questions that you are asking. Is 15mm too large? Is 13.5mm too small?
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    Doug
     

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