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Old 12-01-2009, 06:07 AM   #1
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Default Decent affordable scope for my 10/22?

LF a decent plinking and small game type scope for my little 10/22. Just need it to be good for 50-100 yards and the smaller and less in the way it is the better it will soot my needs. Cheap as possible while still being of decent quality and clarity. TY ahead of time for suggestions.

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Old 12-01-2009, 01:17 PM   #2
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I put Weaver 2x7 rimfire scopes on my .22s. They run about $120.

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If you really have a budget to cling to, your best bet is the Bushnell 3-9x. For like $44 you can get very clear optics and a scope that holds zero nicely.

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44$ sounds like a great number to me. This will be mostly for plinking/target practice and some small game hunting and doesnt have to be anything fancy... thx for the advice.

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I got mine at walmart for like $35 i think, its a bushnell 4x32 i believe? This is the only scope I have ever owned but I really like it, I have not had to adjust it all after setting it up intitially. Its pretty big on the 10/22 though, but I think it looks good. i can still use the iron sights as well with the way I set it up. In the first picture you can't see but I was shooting at a target about 75 yards away, worked pretty well.


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