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    Posted: February/05/2019 at 01:37
Hi Guys - Nebie Here

Wonder if there's a goog target scooe out there for my 22 rifle.

I cant see paying 3 - 5oo dollars 4 a target scope.
I shoot @ 50 to 100 yards.

Whate do you guys suggest please.

Thx guys
Schooner :-)
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Leupold's 2-7x 32mm rimfire scope is excellent. I think I paid $179 for it.
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Hey SCHOONER, lets break this down a bit and make it easier to find your scope for you. What kind of rifle is this scope going on? Are we talking about a Ruger 10/22 or a an Aschutz? What kind of targets are we talking about, rimfire silhouette targets, paper bullseye targets, or tin cans? What price range, or maximum limit do you have? Is there a reason you are stuck on a fixed 4 power scope, or would another power, or variable work if it fits your price range?
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