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Scope Bleg

Looking for either a fixed 4x or 3-9 scope appropriate for my Ruger 10/22 (and isn’t that a sexy 10/22?). Something inexpensive but decent enough quality for a 22LR. Suggestions?

11 Responses to “Scope Bleg”

  1. pdb Says:

    Weaver K4. Under a c-note (well, it used to be), made in Japan, clear and bright optics, repeatable adjustments.

    I’ve got a 6x one on my .30-06 and it’s great.

  2. Paul Price Says:

    How about a classic Weaver from the “old days”. We get them at gun shows for $75 or so. I put one on my 10/22 and it looks and works fine.


  3. John E Says:

    My 10/22 has been hard on cheap scopes. I’ve replaced at least 5 scopes in the 20 or so years I’ve had the gun. I think the amount it gets shot along with the relatively heavy bolt slamming home each time gives the scope more abuse than it would see in a lifetime on a centerfire rifle. Of course, you get to try different scopes this way…

  4. Eseell Says:

    I have this Nikon Prostaff 4x scope on my 10/22 and I love it. Very clear optics.

  5. Paul B Says:

    Depends on range. Wally World has a vast range of scopes that fit the bill and will make the ruger deadly out to 75 yards or so.

    Since I use mine mostly with sub sonic rounds and less that 20 yards I don’t have a scope on mine. Bunnies and tree rats are just as dead.

  6. Dave D. Says:

    I’ve been buying Mueller scopes lately. Very nice, bright lens, good field of view, well built, and priced great. I have a 4.5-14×40 APV on my 10/22 and love it. I also have the same scope on my 7mm Remington Magnum and have had no problems with a ton of rounds through it. Mizzou Mule Guns seems to have the best prices and ship quick. It was $115 shipped last time I bought one.

    I also have their 8.5-25×44 mildot on my 5.56 varmit AR and I am very pleased with it as well.

  7. mdmnm Says:

    At around $220 dollars I don’t consider them inexpensive, but I think the best buy is a Leopold rimfire scope, either the 4x or the VX-1 2×7 variable. Rimfire scopes have their parallax adjusted for fifty or sixty yards, rather than a hundred yards, which can save some missed close range shots. A Leopold will have good glass, likely won’t break, has very good customer service if it does, is made in USA, and can always be re-sold without much of a loss if it is in good shape.

  8. Tom Says:

    Pride-Fowler. A couple dollars more, but awesome. Drop compensating reticle for .22 high velocity. I love mine for multi-range plinking!

  9. Eagle 1 Says:

    4x 32mm Bushnell for $30 has worked on my 10/22 for the last 10 years or so. I works well enough to take down crows in a tree at 75 yards…..standard factory 10/22 with Remington Golden 22lr ammo. Nothing special.

    Eagle 1

  10. Kristopher Says:

    Here you go ….

    Tool designed specifically for this job.

  11. Gmac Says:

    3-9 x 32mm Bushnell Sportveiw with see thru mounts, although after a fast search it appears they aren’t sold anymore.