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TX200 question........

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Ichabod Armacost, May 6, 2014.

  1. Ichabod Armacost

    Ichabod Armacost Donator

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    Hi all,

    I am going to be putting a new stock on my recently acquired TX200 and apart from the two (one each side) fore end screws what else holds the action in the stock?

    Cheers, Ichy Dickie..............That's Icky not Itchy!:D
     
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    Trigger guard :)
     
  3. Ichabod Armacost

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    Front or back un?
     
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    both trigger gaurd bolts
     
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    Cough!:eek:
     
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    Cheers Lads!................Brittleview..................you is demented!:D
     
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    Need to be careful tightening the trigger guard bolts, there is a manual online if you search.
     
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    Found this for you, from the AA manual.


    NOTE!: IF THE TRIGGER GUARD IS REMOVED AND THEN REPLACED, THE REAR SCREW
    (TX460) MUST BE TIGHTENED BEFORE THE FRONT SCREW (TX440). DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN
    THE FRONT SCREW. THIS SCREW PULLS THE ACTION INTO THE STOCK AND
    ONLY NEEDS TO BE TIGHT ENOUGH TO STOP MOVEMENT WITHIN THE STOCK.
     
  9. Ichabod Armacost

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    Thanks bindweed:up::)
     
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    Couldn't resist that. :D
     
  11. Ichabod Armacost

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    It's taken all this time???....................Blimey this forum is slow sometimes!:D
     
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    Put all 4 screws in loose then snug up the fore end screws lightly, now tighten the rear guard screw just snug. Now tighten the front guard screw snug or a bit more than snug. Finish off by a final snug up on the fore end screws. Shoot the gun 50-100 times and check the fore end and front guard screw. Snug up if loose and keep a regular check on those 3 screws. The little rear guard screw really isn't even a concern and I've seen folks that remove it completely for some reason.
     
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    Probably fell out and they couldn't be arsed to fit another. :) Anyway, thank you for the info:up:
     
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    Are you going to post a picture of the new stock installed?
     
  15. Ichabod Armacost

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    I never thought of it to be honest, I mean one TX200 is the same as any other? No reason why I can't though if you are interested? I was thinking of offering the old one FOC to anybody that could make use of it, though the OE butt pad has been removed and it also has a few screw holes that would need plugging? Apparently the rifle belonged to a disabled person who had some modifications made to the stock so he/she could use it more easily, and they have removed those parts so hence the state of it.

    I have tried AA to see if I could get a new butt pad, but they told me that the butt pads are fitted during the stocks manufacture, so they can't supply me with a replacement, the only alternative is to fit a new or replacement one. I now have a S/H replacement on it's way to me, so hence my OP.

    Anybody that would like the old one to use for a project or some such is very welcome to it for the cost of the post and packing. Just drop me a PM.
     

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