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Sun Jan 05, 2020 7:52 pm

What distance are you zeroing at?
I zero at 40 yards it makes it easier
to work out other distances with the mill scope

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gary martin
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Re: Tx200

Sun Jan 05, 2020 9:34 pm

i zero at 30 yards, but as my sport is FT technically every range is at zero as we dial for distance rather than hold over. With the scope height i use though, if i did use hold over/under every range would be hold over as 30 yards is approx the top of tradjectiory curve.

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Re: Tx200

Mon Jan 06, 2020 8:47 pm

I find the TX a bit problematic as the cheek piece is a bit too low to give my preferred mil-dot intercepts. For a hunting setup on the HC at 10.8fpe I use 30m, giving a maximum hold under of 1/2 mil dot at maximum magnification 9x. This is my default zero for all my .177 rifles but most have a higher scope height and run at higher power.

My TX200 Mk3 is putting out 11.3-11.4ft lb so the down-range intercepts are virtually the same with the Mk3 zeroed at 30yds. For targets I have the TX200Mk3 at different zeros depending on scope magnification: 30yds at 9x, 27yds at 12x.

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Paul moorhouse
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Re: Tx200

Tue Mar 24, 2020 10:59 pm

Get a custom stock there are plenty about tgat will suit your needs.

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Re: Tx200

Sun Jul 26, 2020 7:52 pm

27 yards

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Re: Tx200

Mon Jul 27, 2020 10:16 pm

just to contribute, my .177" mk1 tx200 I use 25 yard crosshair 'zero' and use 1" low sportsmatch mounts holding a Burris Fullfield2 (3-9/40) riflescope with their 'ballistic' plex reticle 8-)

but I like Burris :lol:


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