22 rifle scope

Discussion in '.22-Rimfire Forum' started by huntingbro., Dec 6, 2012.

  1. Zane71464

    Zane71464 Well-Known Member

    Aug 1, 2009
    Ohio NRA Member
    Ive got two Center Point Scopes on my Marlin 60 and the Ruger 77/22lr and so far, not one single problem with either of them.
    I like the Mil-Dot IR and the furthest I've been able to shoot both was at 250yds accurately. (no wind) Ran out of mil-dots at 250yds. For up close to longer ranges, I'm sold on them and the price. ($55) And also, if you have any problem with them, send them back and they will send you a new one, great service!

    I had one a few years back that I sent back and no questions asked...For a .22 and for the price..I have no complaints.
  2. PMK

    PMK Former Guest

    Dec 8, 2012
    Evansville, Indiana
    I have a Bushnell 3x-7x Custom .22 scope that I use on my Marlin M-1 .22 and my Rem. Nylon 66. It's an older scope so I'm not sure of its availability. I am sure, however, you should pick one up if ever found. Perfect size and magnification. Eye relief is limited however, and you will need to get used to it. Is marked 18mm Japan on bottom. Good hunting!

  3. BillM

    BillM Active Member

    Jan 16, 2010
    Amity Orygun
    Another vote for the Centerpoint scopes from WallyWorld.

    Cheap, come with rings and covers, surprisingly clear optics,
    illuminated mil-dot reticles. I've got a couple of them, and
    no problems at all.
  4. huntingbro.

    huntingbro. New Member

    Dec 5, 2012
    I was just thinking about the BSA Sweet 22 3-9x40AO. Would you reccommend that or should I just go with the Centerpoint with a mil dot reticle? I like the mil dot reticle :) but I also like the way you can adjust the BSA 22 Sweet:). What's your opinion?:dontknow:
  5. Rocketman1

    Rocketman1 Well-Known Member

    Jan 1, 2010
    Columbus, Ohio
    If you look around, you can find the BSA Sweet .22 for $40. Try Amazon. In my opinion you can't go wrong, you will just be out $40 bucks, if you don't like it.
  6. AnomDeGuerre

    AnomDeGuerre Former Guest

    Dec 10, 2012
    i use an aimsports 2.5-10x40mm on my scoped .22
    it has a dual illuminated (red or green with 5 brightness settings for each) mil dot reticle and a 5mW green laser. set me back $100.

    i love it. i zeroed it in @ 50yrds with the bullet drop compensator (it's calibrated for 5.56, with 5 presets) set on 1. i can turn it to 3 and hit a gopher's head @ 100yrds... turn it all the way to 5 and i can hit a 6" target @ 200yrds 10 shots out of 10, even in the wind.

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  7. mr.t7024

    mr.t7024 Member

    Thanks for all the info. I have been meaning to scope my Savage 64 and this was some great advice. :) Cliff
  8. tkruf

    tkruf New Member

    Nov 9, 2010
    SW, Virginia
    Ya'll stop it.. You guys are making me want to get 3 new scopes. I just put a Simmons 4x32 .22 scope on my Marlin 60, a Tru-Glo 4x32 on my S&W 15-22, and a UTG 4x32 on my AR15. Now I'm wanting something with zoom and AO on all of them. Man I shouldn't have read this thread.
  9. Hawg

    Hawg Well-Known Member

    Mar 23, 2011
    I don't see the need for a variable power scope on a .22. This fixed 4X Bushnell does all I need it to do.

  10. AnomDeGuerre

    AnomDeGuerre Former Guest

    Dec 10, 2012
    i like mine being overscoped... for the same reasons that old semperfi mentioned. "i do not need a spotting scope to see my hits."

    honestly, i find nothing more annoying than some inconsiderate moron at the range trying to sight in his scope on his $1000+ deer rifle in a 20mph crosswind and wanting to walk 200 or 300 yards downrange every 3 shots because he or she is too inconsiderate to buy or bring a spotting scope... ESPECIALLY when i have to pay $10 to use the range.
  11. Hawg

    Hawg Well-Known Member

    Mar 23, 2011
    Other than CAS I've never been to a range.
  12. Rocketman1

    Rocketman1 Well-Known Member

    Jan 1, 2010
    Columbus, Ohio
    Next time use your scope to help him zero it in. It will be faster than letting him walk down range every three shots.
  13. AnomDeGuerre

    AnomDeGuerre Former Guest

    Dec 10, 2012
    i usually hand them my good set of binoculars after the second time. if they seem like reasonable folk. but i only have one set of good binoculars that can see clearly out far, my other pair is only about 4x scope.

    i like your style. :)
  14. FW!

    FW! New Member

    Jun 21, 2009
    Auburn Hills, MI
    Both of my 10/22's have Weaver R7's, 2 - 7. I have another I will put on my 581 Rem. Great scopes for the money. About $135 - 140. $90. when I bought the first two
  15. tkruf

    tkruf New Member

    Nov 9, 2010
    SW, Virginia
    I broke down today after this thread, and went to Walmart and picked up two CenterPoint 4-16x40AO scopes. One for my S&W M&P 15-22 and one for the CORE15 .223. I must say tho, those things are heavy scopes.
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