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Old 12-31-2011, 05:03 AM   #21
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The scope on my air rifle I got from walmart it was only like $15 it's says it's for 22's and air guns, it's weird instead of a circle view it has what they call a tv selt view. But it works and it's accurate for what shooting I do

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The scope on my air rifle I got from walmart it was only like $15 it's says it's for 22's and air guns, it's weird instead of a circle view it has what they call a tv selt view. But it works and it's accurate for what shooting I do
Sounds like tasco
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The scope on my air rifle I got from walmart it was only like $15 it's says it's for 22's and air guns, it's weird instead of a circle view it has what they call a tv selt view. But it works and it's accurate for what shooting I do
So you have like a box shaped scope or is it like a little camera that shows you your cross hairs?
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Old 12-31-2011, 07:53 PM   #24
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My 60 had a $30 Wal-Mart Tasco on it for 4-5 years without the scope giving my any trouble. The rigs would walk back every 200-300 rounds but the scope was fine. It was installed on a friends bolt action Marlin when I upgraded to the BSA Sweet 22 and is till holding zero just fine.

I doubt it will pass any sort of torture test, but treated properly you should get years a service from one.

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Bsa has a good air rifle scope what is nice is the adjustable objective can dial it in for 10meter to infinity and are variable power i have one i use for rim fire sporter and you can make it real clear at 25yd cause most scopes set parallax at 50yds there are regular scopes that will do the same thing

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Well I've got my scope narrowed down. (.22 rimfire by Bushnell Item #59050)
Was to talking to my girl and she said that she'd prefer a red dot for hers. Anyone know of any decent ones? I found on by barrnet but haven't seen any reviews on it at all. ( Item #276160)

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Well I've got my scope narrowed down. (.22 rimfire by Bushnell Item #59050)
Was to talking to my girl and she said that she'd prefer a red dot for hers. Anyone know of any decent ones? I found on by barrnet but haven't seen any reviews on it at all. ( Item #276160)
I havent had luck with any red dots but im sure more people on here know alot about them. Start another thread for it
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Look for saber scopes they very good. I have one on a hats an 125 it has survived 5000 plus pellets. Other scopes have fallen to bits due the huge recoil of huge spring

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I havent had luck with any red dots but im sure more people on here know alot about them. Start another thread for it
You know, I might just do that.
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Well guys, I dropped that crossman air rifle scope on her XT and it was oddly almost perfectly sighted in......by that I mean it was basically shooting right along the bore, just a little low. Like almost 5 inches low. Before anyone tells me to adjust my scope, we tried a few different times and just couldn't bring it up at all also couldn't even push it farther down.



The type of round used was the Winchester Hyper XV and the target....well was on of them fancy colour changing ones from Canadian tire.

That's at 25yards and aiming at the same area I'm pointing. The four that hit in the bulls eye were actually taking my time and proper breathing, the three sinkers (that's what I'm calling them since their not high (flyers) and I know that's not the right term) were when we checked the time and realized we had to get back to the house.

All-in-all, I'd say it's a pretty accurate rifle. Just needs some better optics put on it.

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