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Old 06-20-2011, 03:09 AM   #11
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Snake- That is a NICE! .22 bolt action. Thank you for the advice.

Tango- Remington .22LR. basic target shooting to develop fundamentals. Want a scope that can zoom to 100 yards no problem.

Budget isnt an issue but dont want to spend more than $100 for a scope. Ill save the rest for when I get a .308 which resolves to another question of mine. ha. im full of questions.

I will get a .308 what .308s do you recommend? and what scopes. I will be in the range of $250 for $450. Mainly deer and elk hunting purposes. Dont want an obnoxious size scope either. What is suitable and legit? Leupold? Bushnell?

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Thanks Sonny! Will keep that Bushnell in mind.

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I use a BSA Huntsman it has the quick adjust nobs under a screw cap, the retical is a dot in a circle with lines, the lines change color depending on the target color. I like it, sighted it in within 10 rounds at 50 yards, and its a single power but good for quick target acquisition.

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I have a redfield 3x9x40 on my savage squirel rifle.

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At the $100 price point most scopes are just about the same. I would pick one.

Opticsplanet.net is a good place to start.

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I'm very happy with the Center Point 4x14-40 AO that I have on my Savage BV. Glass is nice and clear. The AO is nice as I shoot anywhere between 25-100 yards. Under $80 at Walmart. It even has the lit reticle in red or green.

I have a 4x Center Point on a Marlin 25 and past the 50 yard mark, it doesn't get the job done like the 4x40.

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