Author Topic: Air Arms TX200HC review  (Read 10813 times)

Offline Silo

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RE: Fessing-Up
« Reply #15 on: September 10, 2007, 10:29:10 AM »


That's it David... come back to the light, back to the light, back to the li..... :D



All Air Rifles are good when you can shoot them right..... some shoot wellwith a lot less effort than others
but that's what makes it interesting.... for me anyway :)

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RE: Fessing-Up
« Reply #16 on: September 10, 2007, 12:05:08 PM »
Kirby, I'm glad the TX200 brought you back a notch or so off the dark path, LOL. A truely well made rifle can make a believer out of most. Townsend Whelen has been oft quoted "Only accurate rifles are interesting."

I think we are lucky that accurate rifles can come in all shapes, sizes, mechanisms, price ranges.
The current stable, (arsenal, quiver?): BSA Lightning XL .177, BSA Sportsman HV .22, BSA Ultra .177, CZ634 .177, Daystate Harrier X .177, TAU 200 Senior .177, HW 97 .177, HW 50s .177, HW 30 .177, RWS 92 .177, Gamo 126 MC Super, Gamo Big Cat .177, AR2078A, QB78 .177, Quest 1000 .177, Beeman SS650 .177., Beeman P17 .177.
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RE: Fessing-Up
« Reply #17 on: September 10, 2007, 03:59:03 PM »
Dag nab it Kirby.  I was planning on getting a good deal from you on that rifle........

Gland you like it.

Cheers,

Jim