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I would like to shoot in those F Class matches and Im still looking for a scope....would this work?

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I have put my dollar cap at $160. But I am looking for the best buy for the money and something that will hold zero and Ill actually be somewhat competitive with (Along with the rifle). I am looking at the BSA but I found an NCStar and I know a lot of people dont like NCStar but the specs on it are.


Its has a built on shade.

It has a range finder reticle and is green illuminated.

It also has a side focus, I think that may be a negative.

Is there a negative to the illuminated reticle? To the rangefinder reticle?
Should the shades be removable (Maybe so you can change them out for sunlight)?

Are NCStar's just junk?

I know $160 and under are cheap scopes but like I posted in another thread, I want to get the best that I can for what I pay. Thats why I keep asking about scopes. It seems there are tons to choose from in that price range. I have found Simmons, BSA's, Konus, Tasco, NCStars, and others at 6-24 and higher. I think I even saw a Nikon on Amazon for under $160.
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I've had bad luck with simmons and bushnells. Love the nikon prostaff but I'd suggest at least the 4-12x40 for your 22. 3-9 is just on the lowside IMO for bullseye shooting at 100 (at least with my eyes).

I just ordered a vortex 6-24x50 for my 17hmr. Hopin I like that. One of these days I wanna buy a savage mk2 TR and top it with that nikon monarch in 8-32x50 but that may or may not happen as I have a ton of projects I need to finish up as it is. If it does I wanna come play.

Check out swfa.com. They seem to have some good prices.
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