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    Air gun collection

    After several years of shooting air rifles I have refined my collection.
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    - FWB 602
    -Air Arms Tx200 177
    -Steyr Challenge 177

    Now if I could just figure out powder burners
    " If you cant do it with a 308 , you dont need to do it!

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    Those are some elegant looking air rifles. I'm sure they shoot as good as they look.

    HollowPoint

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    Nice trio for sure.

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    show off.....

    I would like to try the Steyr..
    I make 2 predictions:
    On the date when U.S. troops are issued an Energy Pulse Weapon.
    1. The U.S. soldier will have on his person a version of the Colt 1911.
    2. He will be aiming the new weapon at someone carrying an AK.

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    Haven't seen you around 45Bravo. Where have you been. Started to call you but working nights I'm up when every else is asleep.

    Let me know when you are coming back down. Maybe every body can get back together for a shooting day.
    " If you cant do it with a 308 , you dont need to do it!

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    Is the TX200 a MKII? The checkering and the barrel are different than mine.


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    The TX200 is an old Macarri import. It has 4 cocking aberrations and a gold trigger. No important differences.
    " If you cant do it with a 308 , you dont need to do it!

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    The barrel is larger at the end than mine is and the stock is different.

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    That is a suppressor. It's factory on this gun
    " If you cant do it with a 308 , you dont need to do it!

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    The suppressor is built into my barrel on mine too but it is slim. That was why I was asking if yours was a MKi or a MKII TX200.

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