i have a sub from gun test ... (guntest.com) a GREAT mag.. tells u like it is... i bought a scope w/ their recommendation...
Simmons 22 Mag Riflescope 3-9x32mm 511072, $52
haven't had a problem w/ it...
TruGlo 4x32mm Model TG8504BR = F
BSA 22 Special Model S4X32WR = F
Tasco’s 22 Riflescope 3-9x32mm Model MAG39X32D = C
Simmons 22 Mag Riflescope 3-9x32mm 511072 = B
Rimfire Riflescopes Under $50: Bubbles Sink TruGlo and BSA - (Nov 15 2010)
At one time optics for a rimfire rifle meant a scope with a 0.75-inch tube—including objective—and no adjustable magnification. You could also get it with any reticle type you wanted as long as it was a traditional crosshair. You can still purchase these types of scopes, but today’s rimfire scopes share a lot in common with centerfire scopes. They come in 1-inch tubes and have adjustable magnification, parallax adjustment, and an assortment of reticle types. We were interested to see if low cost—around $50—had any relationship to quality and usability. Our test products were the TruGlo 4x32mm Model TG8504BR, $50; the BSA 22 Special Model S4X32WR, $40; Tasco’s 22 Riflescope 3-9x32mm Model MAG39X32D, $50; and the Simmons 22 Mag Riflescope 3-9x32mm 511072, $52. Before we did any range work with the scopes, we performed a shock test by whacking the scope on a wooden bench to determine if a jolt would have an effect. Next, we removed turret covers and froze the scopes in a -4 degree freezer and soaked them in a sink of hot water to see if seals leaked, making the scope susceptible to moisture build up.
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