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Air Arms TX200 .22 Beech

High Power, Underlever, Spring Rifle

Solid, Well Built
Field Target Accuracy

In Stock

Over the years, the TX200 MkIII has proven itself to be a favorite among competitive shooters and sportsmen. And now that popularity trend is gaining even greater momentum. Whether you are looking for power, accuracy, or excellent fit and finish, the TX200 MkIII will stand out from the crowd.

An airgunner will be equally at home using the TX200 MkIII for competing in a local field target match or just shooting for enjoyment. One look at the TX200 MkIII is all it takes to convince you of the quality built into this air rifle. The distinctive look of the stock and the richness of the woodwork is obvious at a glance. The bluing is deep and flawless. Put these features together and it adds up to a top quality underlever airgun. And in addition to the excellent fit and finish, the TX200 Mk III sports a crisp two-stage trigger with a very predictable release point and an automatic safety that is activated by simply cocking the gun.

After reading about all of the standard features of the TX200 MkIII, it seems perfectly reasonable to discover that the power level matches the same high standards. Chronograph tests of the .177 calibers TX200 MkIII prove that it is possible to achieve high velocity without sacrificing accuracy. Straight Shooter's testing produced an average muzzle velocity of 933 feet per second in .177 caliber using Crosman Premiere 7.9 grain pellets. Additional chronograph tests using the heavier Crosman Premiere 10.5 grain pellets averaged a muzzle velocity of a whopping 830 feet per second. And unbelievably, the results above were done with little noise and only moderate recoil.

For .22 caliber fans, the results were also impressive. Testing with 14.3 grain Crosman Premiere pellets yielded velocities in excess of 725 feet per second. That's more than enough power for handling the heavier .22 caliber pellet. And, of course, the TX200 Mk III retained the accuracy for which it has become so well known.

What does all this add up to for the average airgunner? Have you ever purchased something and then wondered whether you made the right buying decision? Well, it means there is no more need to second-guess whether one made the right choice. · Quality · Power · Performance That says it all!

Technical Data for the Air Arms TX200:

Total Weight 9.4 lbs
Overall Length 41.5"
Stock Right Hand Beech
Sights Scope Required
Mounting Method 11mm Dovetail
Caliber .177, .22
Cocking Method Underlever
Cocking Effort Medium
Recoil Rating Medium
Power Plant Spring Piston
Shot Capacity Single Shot

 

Caliber
Velocity fps
Muzzle Energy
.22
560-767
16-18 fpe

 

$719.99
$799.99 (save 10 %)
Quantity
Weihrauch HW97 Beech .177

Medium Power, Underlever, Spring Rifle

Out of stock

Underlever Cocking
Super looks!

As always, quality is what Weihrauch's valued customers have come to expect from Germany's premiere sport air rifle manufacturer. The HW97's fine ordinance steel action, barrel and cocking lever are hand polished and blued to a standard that exceeds most comparably priced firearms. Likewise for the elegant blue laminate sporter stock, which features a long tapered forend, high comb with raised cheekpiece and a soft rubber recoil pad.

The HW97 is intended to be used with scopes and the receiver is grooved to accept 11mm, one or two piece mounts. Of course, you also get the famous Record adjustable, two-stage trigger with an automatic safety. This is the trigger that has been the industry standard for many years. Field shooters will further delight in the HW-97's smooth cocking, handling and overall feel. It's an underlever sport rifle that carries on the HW tradition of excellence.

Technical Data for the Weihrauch HW97K Beech:

Total Weight 9.3 lbs
Overall Length 40.0"
Stock Right Hand **
Sights Scope Required
Mounting Method 11mm Dovetail
Caliber .177, .22
Cocking Method Underlever
Cocking Effort Medium
Recoil Rating Medium
Power Plant Spring Piston
Shot Capacity Single Shot

** Slight right handed cheek piece may also be shot by left handed shooters.
 

Caliber
Velocity fps
Muzzle Energy
.177
674-915
11-14 fpe

 

$699.99
$709.99 (save 1 %)
Quantity
Weihrauch HW97 Beech .22

High Power, Underlever, Spring Rifle
Out of Stock

Underlever Cocking
Super looks!

As always, quality is what Weihrauch's valued customers have come to expect from Germany's premiere sport air rifle manufacturer. The HW97's fine ordinance steel action, barrel and cocking lever are hand polished and blued to a standard that exceeds most comparably priced firearms. Likewise for the elegant blue laminate sporter stock, which features a long tapered forend, high comb with raised cheekpiece and a soft rubber recoil pad.

The HW97 is intended to be used with scopes and the receiver is grooved to accept 11mm, one or two piece mounts. Of course, you also get the famous Record adjustable, two-stage trigger with an automatic safety. This is the trigger that has been the industry standard for many years. Field shooters will further delight in the HW-97's smooth cocking, handling and overall feel. It's an underlever sport rifle that carries on the HW tradition of excellence.

Technical Data for the Weihrauch HW97 Beech:

Total Weight 9.3 lbs
Overall Length 40.0"
Stock Right Hand **
Sights Scope Required
Mounting Method 11mm Dovetail
Caliber .177, .22
Cocking Method Underlever
Cocking Effort Medium
Recoil Rating Medium
Power Plant Spring Piston
Shot Capacity Single Shot

** Slight right handed cheek piece may also be shot by left handed shooters.
 

Model
Velocity fps
Muzzle Energy
.22
549-755
11-14 fpe

 

$699.99
$709.99 (save 1 %)
Quantity

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Air Arms TX200 .22 Beech

High Power, Underlever, Spring Rifle

Solid, Well Built
Field Target Accuracy

In Stock

Over the years, the TX200 MkIII has proven itself to be a favorite among competitive shooters and sportsmen. And now that popularity trend is gaining even greater momentum. Whether you are looking for power, accuracy, or excellent fit and finish, the TX200 MkIII will stand out from the crowd.

An airgunner will be equally at home using the TX200 MkIII for competing in a local field target match or just shooting for enjoyment. One look at the TX200 MkIII is all it takes to convince you of the quality built into this air rifle. The distinctive look of the stock and the richness of the woodwork is obvious at a glance. The bluing is deep and flawless. Put these features together and it adds up to a top quality underlever airgun. And in addition to the excellent fit and finish, the TX200 Mk III sports a crisp two-stage trigger with a very predictable release point and an automatic safety that is activated by simply cocking the gun.

After reading about all of the standard features of the TX200 MkIII, it seems perfectly reasonable to discover that the power level matches the same high standards. Chronograph tests of the .177 calibers TX200 MkIII prove that it is possible to achieve high velocity without sacrificing accuracy. Straight Shooter's testing produced an average muzzle velocity of 933 feet per second in .177 caliber using Crosman Premiere 7.9 grain pellets. Additional chronograph tests using the heavier Crosman Premiere 10.5 grain pellets averaged a muzzle velocity of a whopping 830 feet per second. And unbelievably, the results above were done with little noise and only moderate recoil.

For .22 caliber fans, the results were also impressive. Testing with 14.3 grain Crosman Premiere pellets yielded velocities in excess of 725 feet per second. That's more than enough power for handling the heavier .22 caliber pellet. And, of course, the TX200 Mk III retained the accuracy for which it has become so well known.

What does all this add up to for the average airgunner? Have you ever purchased something and then wondered whether you made the right buying decision? Well, it means there is no more need to second-guess whether one made the right choice. · Quality · Power · Performance That says it all!

Technical Data for the Air Arms TX200:

Total Weight 9.4 lbs
Overall Length 41.5"
Stock Right Hand Beech
Sights Scope Required
Mounting Method 11mm Dovetail
Caliber .177, .22
Cocking Method Underlever
Cocking Effort Medium
Recoil Rating Medium
Power Plant Spring Piston
Shot Capacity Single Shot

 

Caliber
Velocity fps
Muzzle Energy
.22
560-767
16-18 fpe

 

$719.99
$799.99 (save 10 %)
Quantity
Weihrauch HW97 Beech .177

Medium Power, Underlever, Spring Rifle

Out of stock

Underlever Cocking
Super looks!

As always, quality is what Weihrauch's valued customers have come to expect from Germany's premiere sport air rifle manufacturer. The HW97's fine ordinance steel action, barrel and cocking lever are hand polished and blued to a standard that exceeds most comparably priced firearms. Likewise for the elegant blue laminate sporter stock, which features a long tapered forend, high comb with raised cheekpiece and a soft rubber recoil pad.

The HW97 is intended to be used with scopes and the receiver is grooved to accept 11mm, one or two piece mounts. Of course, you also get the famous Record adjustable, two-stage trigger with an automatic safety. This is the trigger that has been the industry standard for many years. Field shooters will further delight in the HW-97's smooth cocking, handling and overall feel. It's an underlever sport rifle that carries on the HW tradition of excellence.

Technical Data for the Weihrauch HW97K Beech:

Total Weight 9.3 lbs
Overall Length 40.0"
Stock Right Hand **
Sights Scope Required
Mounting Method 11mm Dovetail
Caliber .177, .22
Cocking Method Underlever
Cocking Effort Medium
Recoil Rating Medium
Power Plant Spring Piston
Shot Capacity Single Shot

** Slight right handed cheek piece may also be shot by left handed shooters.
 

Caliber
Velocity fps
Muzzle Energy
.177
674-915
11-14 fpe

 

$699.99
$709.99 (save 1 %)
Quantity
Weihrauch HW97 Beech .22

High Power, Underlever, Spring Rifle
Out of Stock

Underlever Cocking
Super looks!

As always, quality is what Weihrauch's valued customers have come to expect from Germany's premiere sport air rifle manufacturer. The HW97's fine ordinance steel action, barrel and cocking lever are hand polished and blued to a standard that exceeds most comparably priced firearms. Likewise for the elegant blue laminate sporter stock, which features a long tapered forend, high comb with raised cheekpiece and a soft rubber recoil pad.

The HW97 is intended to be used with scopes and the receiver is grooved to accept 11mm, one or two piece mounts. Of course, you also get the famous Record adjustable, two-stage trigger with an automatic safety. This is the trigger that has been the industry standard for many years. Field shooters will further delight in the HW-97's smooth cocking, handling and overall feel. It's an underlever sport rifle that carries on the HW tradition of excellence.

Technical Data for the Weihrauch HW97 Beech:

Total Weight 9.3 lbs
Overall Length 40.0"
Stock Right Hand **
Sights Scope Required
Mounting Method 11mm Dovetail
Caliber .177, .22
Cocking Method Underlever
Cocking Effort Medium
Recoil Rating Medium
Power Plant Spring Piston
Shot Capacity Single Shot

** Slight right handed cheek piece may also be shot by left handed shooters.
 

Model
Velocity fps
Muzzle Energy
.22
549-755
11-14 fpe

 

$699.99
$709.99 (save 1 %)
Quantity