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Tx200 Mk2

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by James McLean, Apr 14, 2019 at 9:10 PM.

  1. James McLean

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    Hi , James McLean here, my first post, looking for the push button part of the safety button for my mk 2 tx 200 can't seem to track this part anywhere. Any help would be appreciated.
     
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    mikeyhall1 Pepe Le Pew

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    Welcome mate

    If it’s the safety catch then @mr-mswindon is your man
     
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    Yep :welcome: to the forum...........
     
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    Hi. For reasons unknown there are very few spares available for Air Arms CD trigger unit. You can buy the middle sear, the trigger housing or the whole unit but none of the other parts.

    As mentioned above the safety buttons are only available after-market. (Mr Swindon makes exceedingly good safety buttons) Check that his ones fit a MK2 TX.

    While the unit is apart I would recommend a good clean and polish.
     
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  5. James McLean

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    Thanks
     
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    Do you have the pieces of the old safety to compare to a new safety? The new guns have a longer tip that protrudes out the right side of the end plug. You can get a new safety and trim the excess tip to fit the MarkII.
     
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  7. PhatMan

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    Hello to All,

    Yup - I had to shorten Mr. Swindon's safety for my 2004 TX.

    Have fun :)

    regards

    Russ
     
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  8. James McLean

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    Thanks Russ.
     
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  9. James McLean

    James McLean Member

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    Thanks for the info
     
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  10. James McLean

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    can you give me some details how to get in touch with Mr Swindon, I live in Scotland is there. A web site.
     
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    Air arms boy Wear sunscreen!

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    ordered a safety catch from mr Swindon, how difficult is it to fit, stripping the gun is easy, but I'm not sure about installing the safety catch any help would be appreciated.
     
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    James,

    Installing is very easy.

    Remove trigger and main block assembly from rifle.

    Press in safety button, then put a strip of tape across it. Remove the two (2) pins that hold the trigger into the main housing. Gently remove tape, and you should have the old button & spring in place - remove.

    Replace the safety button with the one from Mr. Swindon - lube with a light grease, and out on spring. Insert into the hole in the main block. Press in and tape in place.

    You may find the next bit easier if you cock the trigger (press down top sear with screwdriver until it goes click).

    Making sure that the safety is pressed in, offer up the trigger, and re-insert the pins. Remove tape, and press trigger.

    Hopefully, safety will be installed correctly.

    Some useful info here :



    Have fun :)

    Best regards

    Russ
     
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    Thanks for the info Russ.
     
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    Thanks for the info.
     
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  17. mr-mswindon

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    wow, cannot believe I missed this post, thank you all for the positive replies in this thread,
    thank you all, if you require any other info regarding fitting or any issues then please do contact, we are always happy to help
    kind regards all
    Keith in Swindon
     
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