Best Scope for Savage Mark II

Discussion in '.22 Rifle/Rimfire Discussion' started by sternlih, Jan 30, 2008.

  1. sternlih

    sternlih New Member

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    What is a good, but inexpensive scope for a Savage Mark II. I just do target shooting.
     
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  3. NateCJ5

    NateCJ5 New Member

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    I just got a cheap Tasco 3-9x40 on my Savage 93 and equaly cheap Simmons 3-9x40 on my Ruger96 and I'm happy with them.
     
  4. Catfish

    Catfish New Member

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    When it come to scope there is no good scope that is cheap, you get what you pay for, or at least you can`t get it without paying for it. I have guns that have scope on them that cost more than the gun. Best advice is to get the best you can afford.
     
  5. tarheel101

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    Weaver 4x closeouts at Natchez

    The best deal I've come across lately are some Weaver 4x32 shot gun scopes at Natchez Shooter Supply http://www.natchezss.com/.
    They are regular duplex reticles and the paralax is set at 50 yards so it's pefect for a .22. Normally retail for about $250 going for $79.95.

    Good shootin'
    Tarheel
     
  6. 308sc

    308sc New Member

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    Simmons Whitetail Classic at midwayusa
     
  7. raj656

    raj656 New Member

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    Weaver V22A scopes

    I have a couple of Weaver V22A scopes mounted on my Winchester 77s. Great scopes and they are not that expensive buying them on eBay. :p
     
  8. Yaknow

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    Cheap scope for .22

    Have you looked at/read reviews for the BSA Sweet 16? I'm new to scope shooting having just bought a Savage Mark II w. a 3-9x42 Bushnell. Have not tried it out yet--wanting to get a bench rest 1st for it & my other rifles. The BSA is only $60 @ Dick's & has BDC out to 175 yds. Can get it in 3-9 or 6-18 powers. You can get more costly BSAs (about 2x as much) online that have BDC I'm told out to 200 yds. BSA says its 3 turrets are set for 36, 38 & 40 grain bullets. If it all works that would be a heck of a scope for $60 or $150.
     
  9. Fisherking

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    I put a Bushnell 5-15 trophy mil dot on My savage MKII and I realy like it . It has an adjustable paralax from 10 Meeters to infinity.
    Any scope that you get for a 22 should be either made for a 22 or have the adjustable Objective or ( paralax).
    My 2 cents F.K.
     
  10. aandabooks

    aandabooks New Member

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    I've got some no name 4x scope on the Mark II that I bought at Dicks as a package. I can put up some pretty good groups on paper. My boy and I have taken to shooting paintballs at 50 yards. With a good hold it is no problem.

    On my BV, I have a Centerpoint 4-16x I got from Wal-Mart for $70. Same results with that scope. Until either scope lets me down in some way, I see no reason to spend more on an expensive scope. It's not like the .22 round has a heavy recoil to jar the scope. They probably take worse riding in the cases on the way to our shooting range.
     
  11. Nicodemus

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    The cheaper Simmons, Tasco, or Bushnell scopes are all you need for a .22. A fixed 4X32 mm or 3X9X32 mm with low mount rings will produce a flatter trajectory than your 40-42 mm lenses that require taller rings. ;)
     
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