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PostPosted: Sat Sep 04, 2021 8:34 pm 
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I had to post this shooting result I had with my TX200HC in .22cal. Shoots 15.5 FPE
My TX was shooting with way too much hold sensitivity for a Synth. Bearing etc. etc. spring rifle.
So I removed the giant scope I had on it previously and switched it for the famous el cheapo 2-7X32 Winchester scope.
Ace had given it too me as a gift and wala !!
It's unbelievably harmonized to the action behavior of the TX. Wow it was shooting different like in a state of tune as it should.
Well I'm very pleased the fun factor went up huge after I did this switch. I've owned many TXs but I have never gone any smaller in scope size than a Dusk T Dawn 4-16x40 Bush. But with this top 10 Recoil proof scope, it is the jam !! I can hit any dust particles still from 11 yards lol ... indoor ...
I thought anyone out there that loves craftsmanship must own a TX. But few people know just how much fun you can squeeze out of this magic gun.
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Captain Air


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 04, 2021 10:03 pm 
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What was the other scope you had on the TX? Do you think the recoil was messing with the adjustments on the other scope?


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 05, 2021 7:15 pm 
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I read somewhere that a heavy scope can change the way in which the rifle moves during the shot cycle. It makes sense since a heavier scope would have more inertia, and more momentum once in motion. The greater the distance between the centerlines of the bore and the scope, the more pronounced the effect, I would think.
We don't notice the effect with powder burners since the recoil is unidirectional.
Springers rock and roll, literally. Its amazing we can hit anything with them.

I balance my springers by adding weight under the buttplate to balance the gun where my left hand supports the forend.
My Remington Express Wood had a section of the wood stock routed out under the recoil pad. The only reason I can think of would be adding weight.

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 13, 2021 11:48 am 
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Hi Todd and Rick ,
I had the Viikko 4.5-27 X 50 on the TX and no it didn't mess with the adjustments it is just big and heavy (caused more recoil). it's strong so far, holds it's settings well. I try all my scopes on all my rifles and pistols & switch them back and forth it's crazy ... it's a my only narcissistic behavior lol. I think.
So what I have determined was the scopes that were put on the highly tuned rifles never created more recoil and if I wanted to use a scope on a Howister air rifle of mine then only the Banners, Scope Chief and now the Winchester El Cheapo was a pleasure .. point and shoot. It is lighter so much less recoil. I shoot the TX more now then ever before because it's so predictable & maneuverable. Now that I finally let my ego to not care about that tough bad buttock muscular look of the TXs 972 etc. when they're fitted with FT scope because we love that look.
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Captain Air


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