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    Default Re: Decent scope for 10/22 @ 100 yards, around $200?

    Best bang for your under $50 is this.

    4-12 x 40.

    https://www.amazon.com/Simmons-8-Poi.../dp/B004QPYEOI

    I run them on plinker Ar-15's and 22's. Probly have 2 or 3 laying around.
    www.Steelvalleycasting.com is your new home for coated bullets and custom ammo.

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    Default Re: Decent scope for 10/22 @ 100 yards, around $200?

    Quote Originally Posted by marinville View Post
    Anybody got thoughts about this one?
    https://www.opticsplanet.com/leupold...fle-scope.html

    I was thinking more like 6x, but I'm an iron sights shooter and I'm not sure if 4x is going to be sufficient for my kid at 100 yards.
    I recently bought a Leopold Rimfire scope for my 10/22 LVT. https://www.leupold.com/scopes/rifle...rimfire-3-9x40.

    It's slightly different than the model you referenced, at a similar price. An excellent scope. I got it after looking at a number of reviews on Rimfire Central website, which has a lot of dedicated 10/22 owners.

    By the way: .22 rimfire is cheap again. For the first time in ten years, I'm buying again. Bulk online when on sale with free shipping.

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    Default Re: Decent scope for 10/22 @ 100 yards, around $200?

    Weaver is reportedly getting out of the scope business and a lot of excellent scopes are on sale. This classic is a great value at $100.

    https://www.natchezss.com/weaver-cla...-er-matte.html

    I bought one a few months ago at the regular price for my boyhoood Marlin 80 (which still shoots lasers) and it is a fine scope.

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    Default Re: Decent scope for 10/22 @ 100 yards, around $200?

    Quote Originally Posted by frankski View Post
    I recently bought a Leopold Rimfire scope for my 10/22 LVT. https://www.leupold.com/scopes/rifle...rimfire-3-9x40.

    It's slightly different than the model you referenced, at a similar price. An excellent scope. I got it after looking at a number of reviews on Rimfire Central website, which has a lot of dedicated 10/22 owners.

    By the way: .22 rimfire is cheap again. For the first time in ten years, I'm buying again. Bulk online when on sale with free shipping.
    This is the post I've been waiting for. Found that scope on sale for $200 and ordered it. Thank you.

    As far as ammo goes, there should be 5k of cci standard velocity waiting for me on my porch after work today.

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    Default Re: Decent scope for 10/22 @ 100 yards, around $200?

    Good thread, been thinking of getting one myself for my 10/22.
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    Default Re: Decent scope for 10/22 @ 100 yards, around $200?

    Also, what rings? I know 1" but what profile would be suitable?
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    Default Re: Decent scope for 10/22 @ 100 yards, around $200?

    Quote Originally Posted by marinville View Post
    This is the post I've been waiting for. Found that scope on sale for $200 and ordered it. Thank you.

    As far as ammo goes, there should be 5k of cci standard velocity waiting for me on my porch after work today.
    The SV shoots great in most 10/22s. Hope you got the order in time to grab the rebate that just ended last week.

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    Default Re: Decent scope for 10/22 @ 100 yards, around $200?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gunowner99 View Post
    Also, what rings? I know 1" but what profile would be suitable?
    I went with the Burris Signature Zee rings, medium profile. They're good rings, hold tight, and aren't heavy and clunky.

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    Default Re: Decent scope for 10/22 @ 100 yards, around $200?

    Bought the Maglula loader for 10/22s haven't tried yet but love their loaders

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    Default Re: Decent scope for 10/22 @ 100 yards, around $200?

    Athlon Talos is s good choice for a 22 if shooting longer range.

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