Economy scope--Bushnell Sportsman or Center Point AR22 series?
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To be honest, when I bought the Hawke I have now, the 3x9x50, I just thought that for the price I couldn't go wrong for my 8mm mauser. It shoots like a rainbow so I didn't need much. For the last 10 months it has been on my 22-250. It took 6 rounds to put it 1" high at 100 yds. I have not made one adjustment and it still shoots 1" high at 100 yds. Soon I will have enough saved and will be buying a new Hawke for the 22-250 and the 3X9X50 will go to the mauser. They are a quality optic and are well worth the price. If you want I can buy from Red jack up the price and sell to you so you can say I put a $$$scope on my rifle.
It can just be so tempting to cut corners sometimes. I must admit I would feel kinda silly putting a $55 scope on this rifle; I splurged and bought a slightly used Redfield Revolution 3-9x40 on ebay with flip up covers and leupold mounts. What I really want is a scope that I won't ever have to worry about and will hold zero on a high recoil rifle, and from I've read the new Redfield scopes fit the bill. Lets hope it gets here in time to sight it in for the hunt, otherwise i'll be taking the 30-30 with me and saving the .308 for next time.
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