Originally Posted by robertb6112
I wanna get a new scope for my savage mark II. I was wondering what a good scope would be less then $100. I'm gonna do target shooting at 50 yards. I wanna shoot at a competition and they shoot at 50 yards and it's bench rest.
A scope for competition under $100? Have you seen what people are using where you’ll be shooting? If any of them are under $100, get that. With rimfire it doesn't take much to outshoot the ammunition, but round after round for hours at a time it may take a bit more than $100.
On the other hand, if you're never changing your ammo and aren't changing your elevation, if it's going to be a set it and forget it, maybe you don't require consistently resettable turrets and a <$100 scope will do just fine.
This is a sort of "4 Star" $100 and under scopes from Optics Planet.http://www.opticsplanet.com/riflescopes.html#!gridSize=40&page=1&price%5B%5D=0 &price%5B%5D=100&rating=4&sort=highest-priceI also have an Mk II.
It's a TR with a Bi-pod. I shoot it BR and prone. I now have a Mueller 8-32x44 scope on it. It focuses down to 10 yards. I have no problem seeing the holes at 100y. I don’t bother with a spotting scope when I use it. I have a couple of thousand rounds of CCI through it and at 50y the clicks repeat without deviation. I haven't tried subsonic at 100y yet. I don’t know how clear the image is before daybreak or dusk, in a mist, shooting into the light, but for the range it’s fine. It did cost me $230. I had a coupon or something.
This is a 14x Mueller scope that may be suitable for 50y. It also focuses down to 10y. It’s $129.http://www.opticsplanet.com/mueller-optics-4-5-14x40mm-ao-apv-rifle-scope.html
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