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I myself would go with a scope. Something in the 3-9x40mm range. This gives you a scope that zooms from 3 power to 9 power. Get a regular scope not a rimfire scope. You are shooting a 22mag so sight in should be 100 yards.
I know the last two are a lot more money than the first. while all three will work the last two will work better than the first one. they will be brighter and clearer than the first. You don't have to worry much about bases because the rifle is grooved meaning it has two groves in the action to accept rings made for that. I love Millet steel rings for my rimfires. In fact both of my rimfire rifles wear millet rings. Millett .22 Caliber Scope 1" Rings
I've got to agree with tango on this-a scope is going to be the only way you'll realize the true accuracy potential of that rifle. It's equipped with "tipoff" 3/8 groove and will accept any rings thus designed. While you won't NEED anything more than a 3x-9x scope, I'd recommend you check out something with a bit more magnification. Not for the added power but so that you'll have adjustable objective, a handy feature for any scope equipped rimfire rifle. A good 4x-12x will be great because you can handily hunt with it turned down to 4x, and target shoot/sight in with it turned up to the upper end. If you find a quality 3x-9x scope with adjustable objective then it'll be just as good.
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