Picked up a new 10/22 I bought one a week ago and loved it so had to get another it has a bull barrel and bipod what kinda scope should I put in it? I'm going to keep my first one iron sights and everything stock bc it's already a tack driver but the new one I want to shoot 50 times and have one hole in the target lol but what would be the best scope for me??
Heres several that you can look over. Also not sure there a best unless it cost to darn much to justify.
This is the scope I have a on a savage BV and my 10/22 custom. Great scope from BSA and for a solid price.
My wife has a scope from wally world that has been rock solid on here 10/22 custom for a basement price for sevral years. http://www.walmart.com/ip/CenterPoint-Illuminated-4-16x40mm-Scope/17173797
Both the BSA and centerpoint though very different work well . My wife does not shoot much over 50 yards and i do shoot to and over 100 yards . But a 8-32 Sightron S-III would be the cats rear but cost ???. Lots of guys use the meuller at the rimfirecentral forum
Buy a good rail. If you are thinking about going over 150 yds, buy a 20 MOA mount. You can still shoot 50 yds with this set-up.
I use all kinds of scopes on my rim-fire rifles. Vortex, Sight Mark, & a few others. I don't go overboard on price for these rifles, but a NightForce or U.S. Optics really isn't overkill, but not exactly necessary for a rim-fire. I tried my NightForce scope on my Savage MKII TR & while it preformed very well, I decided it needs to stay on my .308.
I read a review on this scope nikko stirling targetmaster 6-24x 56mm this evening, & i'm thinking about ordering one tomorrow.
WalMart sells those Center Point scopes and thew preform pretty good.
Good luck in your .22 shooting. You will have a lotof fun & learn many things without spending a lot of money.
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