Spring/Piston Pellet weight for power factor TX200

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I am considering a TX200, and was noticing the FPE ratings for .177, and .22. What I was not able to find is what pellet weight was used to get the advertised velocity. or FPE rating. Anyone know where I can find this? Thanks for the help.
 
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The TX200 has been out for so long I’ve had to got back in time in my mind and remember what was out back then. The CP 14.3 and the CP 7.9 was used back then. Your going to get about the same as an HW97.
 
I was out on the range this afternoon with my TX200 .22 cal, and I decided to compare pellet accuracy at 25 & 50 yards. The following are my results. Remember this is for accuracy alone, I did not use my chronograph. 1) JSB 15.86 gr; Air Arms 16 gr; H & N Barracuda (here I forgot the weight);
 
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Not much but maybe some help

Just gleen through them types of reviews I guess

Don't know if straight shooters did a our take chart on one .. there hard to dig up anymore today ..
 

Not much but maybe some help

Just gleen through them types of reviews I guess

Don't know if straight shooters did a our take chart on one .. there hard to dig up anymore today ..
Thanks for the help. I did manage to find some information on AEAC. I find it interesting that the top shelf guns seldom make documented claims. Interesting rifle to be sure.
 
I have a HW97 on pre-order, but can get a tx200 now or pretty much any time. Trying to decide if I should cancel, or wait it out. The wife is no help, she's like "just get them both".
Id cancel both and order a hw 77..lol. 😜

Air arms springers just never click for me ..just something about / just one of them things I guess ...
 

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