Admission time. My TX200 is my least favourite gun. When I got it it was very snappy and eventually stopped working. When I took it apart I found a pretty big (UKNeil??) nose extension on it. I took that off and found that the latch rod had screwed its way through a little into the void at the back of the nose extension. So I took the whole extension off and rebuilt it with standard bits.
DIdn't like it so I put in a full Welsh Willy guide set - made it better but I still didn't like it.
So I put a Vortek O ring head on it - still not impressed.
So I took off the Vortek seal and replaced it for a new standard one. I then sent off to ISP for a 10mm longer latch rod and thats how it is at the mo.
I have more recently put it in a thumbhole CS stock and that has improved the feel of the gun.
I shot one of Bigtoe's LGUs at a springer bash and I wondered - being at the LGU is a copy of the TX, is it possible to do the same to the TX??? Can a skirtless piston conversion produce that lovely soft shot cycle like Bigtoe's LGU??
Any advice welcome