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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtrider73068 View Post
    I was in the same boat as you, I settled on a nikon buckmaster 3-9x40 and love it, its clear even on high mag, has BDC, was easy to zero in, and the one time I have taken it out and tried it I instantly fell in love with it, and was with in my budget at 129 bucks. Acadameny if you have one around sells them as well as walmart.
    Got one of the same and talked a buddy into buyin’ one and he loves it! Can’t beat ‘em for the price!
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    With no turrets I would go with this one.https://www.nikonsportoptics.com/en/...0-bdc-150.html
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    ReplyI Have switched to Nikon and have three now 2 3-9 with the BD reticule and one straight 4 power and they aren't bad. Leupold is never a mistake. I removed a Bushnel sportveiw straight 4 power from a 22mag after 30 years of service only to put a Nikon 3-9 on it and I am not sure I gained anything.

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    Vortex Crossfire II Rimfire with V-Plex Reticle. This is the best rimfire scope in market now for budget. Anti-reflective, fully multi-coated lenses provide bright and clear views for the user. I think it's under $150.
    There have more budget rimfire scopes i found in this article, you can check- https://ioutdoorpursuit.com/rimfire-scope/
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    All the Athlon Talos series are 10-15 yards to infinity and are quality. Give a call and we can discuss which would be best for you, 516-217-1000
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    Quote Originally Posted by bryan alder View Post
    With no turrets I would go with this one.https://www.nikonsportoptics.com/en/...0-bdc-150.html
    Saved me the trouble...

    Better listen to him too! Nothing beats the Nikon Prostaff in value and quality for the $$$. NOTHING. If you think I'm wrong, take ANY comparable scope in the woods, sit till almost totally dark and look through them both, the Prostaff draws light and has clarity that is unmatched.

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    Nikon rimfire scopes are tough to beat for under $200. 3-9x40,4-12x40 or the P rimfire 2-7x32.Clear glass,tracking is good.I have around 14 of the 3-9x4 on marlin 60’s,25n,CZ 452,and on Kidd 1022.Lifetime warranty too.
    I like Vortex Vipers But,I do not think they have a model made especially for a rimfire rifle.Parallax is for 100yrds.If you’re sighting in at 50 yrds,you should get a rimfire scope.
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