I`ve shot the pro sport at my local range (my mates gun) and for me, it doesn't even compare to a TX.
I use the TX 200 mk 3 in .177 flavour and find that the accuracy available from this gun is breath taking .
I also hear that a pro sport can be a little under powered - which was confirmed by Air Arms at the recent shooting show. They went on to recommend the TX over the pro sport for hunting.
( Their statement, not mine, thank you)
The first part about you preferring the TX is fair enough. Your opinion is valid in that respect. Some people will prefer one, some the other.
However, your second comment about the Pro Sport being underpowered is nonsense. And it is your comment, not Air Arm's unless you can show us something in writing to back it up. My own .177 Pro Sport, unadulterated by the previous owner was giving around 11.4 ft-lb with JSB Exacts. My friend bought one brand new and got 11.5 ft-lb. Given that the legal limit is 12 ft-lb then how can an 11.4 ft-lb be deemed 'under powered'?
You insinuate that the TX is more accurate and more powerful. So why would people buy the Pro Sport? If you can show me an official statement from Air Arms to say that the Pro Sport is a lesser rifle in any way than the TX then I will eat my hat
Read again - not my statement - "Theirs" ! thank you