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    I find these pellets work very well in my TX200.I have read some posts that say one should not use heavy pellets in a springer but these seem to work well together. What are you guys using in your TX200's?
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    As a rule never use heavy pellets in a springer unless you feel the need to replace springs soon, expect no more than 1500-2500 shots or quite possibly less
    until your spring is gone!!!

    Maximum weight i suspect for a spring gun is 9gr in 1.77.
    Last edited by Avi; 24-09-08 at 19:34.
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    The owners manual suggest 8.4gr, for what it's worth
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    Heavy's will shorten the life span of your spring but not that drastically on a quality rifle like the TX200.
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    The TX200 has quite a thick diameter spring and the JSB heavies may work without causing problems.

    beware of using them in HW97s though...
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