Click here HuntingPA.com
Outdoor Community

Firearm Forum



Page 1 of 2 1 2 >
Topic Options
#2656494 - Mon Apr 23 2012 07:22 PM Which .22 Scope
stevenstiegel Offline
Carpal \'Tunnel

Registered: Tue Oct 11 2005
Posts: 2830
Loc: You had 8 years to get this i...
Hey guys, I am looking to upgrade my .22, which hasn't been shot in years, with a new scope. I am considering either the Nikon Pro Staff rimfire 3-9 or the BSA Sweet .22. Looking to use it a lot more next season for hunting small game.

Leaning towards the Nikon, as I really like my one pro-staff.

the gun is a Marlin Model 25N, by the way

thanks


Edited by stevenstiegel (Mon Apr 23 2012 07:22 PM)
_________________________
For those who wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength. They will soar on wings as eagles..

Top
#2656518 - Mon Apr 23 2012 07:39 PM Re: Which .22 Scope [Re: stevenstiegel]
skwirl Offline
old hand

Registered: Sat Aug 25 2007
Posts: 731
Loc: Gaines,Pa
I prefer a 1x4.5x32 great for small game

Top
#2656548 - Mon Apr 23 2012 07:57 PM Re: Which .22 Scope [Re: skwirl]
uncle buck Offline
Honored

Registered: Sun Feb 25 2001
Posts: 5139
Loc: pennsylvania
I have a BSA illuminated 3 X 9 power on my 22 WMR. What an outstanding scope for fox... I like it!!

Muller 4 X 12 APV are also great rimfire scopes..Again cheap. I even have one of these on my 308 Win and puttting one on a 22250 too!!!

Top
#2656552 - Mon Apr 23 2012 07:59 PM Re: Which .22 Scope [Re: stevenstiegel]
Guest2 Offline
Stopped counting

Registered: Fri Dec 26 2003
Posts: 18382
Loc: York Co (Hunt 3B)
CK out Weavers Classic Rimfire line. Put a 2.5-7(#849431 2.5-7x28) Matte Dual-X on my CZ 452 American 22LR & love it! Top shelf glass for the money.

_________________________


Top
#2656557 - Mon Apr 23 2012 08:05 PM Re: Which .22 Scope [Re: Guest2]
Bob Stinson Offline
member

Registered: Mon Aug 29 2011
Posts: 162
Loc: Michigan
I have been very satisfied with the Nikon Pro Staff scopes I have bought.

Top
#2656643 - Mon Apr 23 2012 09:04 PM Re: Which .22 Scope [Re: stevenstiegel]
Sykotik Online   content
old hand

Registered: Thu Feb 12 2009
Posts: 1188
Loc: Llewellyn, Schuylkill Co, 4C
As Loggy said, check out the new Weaver line. Great scopes.

My old Marlin 25N wears an ancient Weaver D6. And it still puts all 7 out of the clip in one ragged hole at 50 yards. I haven't touched the adjustments in about 15 years.

As an aside, you may want to try the CCI Mini-Mag Hp's in that Marlin.....They have proven the most accurate out of mine, My brother-in-laws, and my best friend's. 2 Marlin 25's and a Glenfield.
_________________________
Don't let the name fool Ya!

Top
#2656655 - Mon Apr 23 2012 09:11 PM Re: Which .22 Scope [Re: stevenstiegel]
mackgee Offline
HPA Sponsor
Honored

Registered: Sun May 31 2009
Posts: 5416
Loc: Jonestown, PA
Of the ones you have listed I'm a fan of the Nikon myself. Great optics and the rimfire BDC reticle you can't go wrong.

Mac

Top
#2656809 - Mon Apr 23 2012 11:25 PM Re: Which .22 Scope [Re: stevenstiegel]
Dogface Offline
Honored

Registered: Sun Mar 20 2005
Posts: 5005
Loc: Sullivan County or SEPA
Nikon has a $50 rebate on some of their 22 Pro Staff scopes.

Top
#2656810 - Mon Apr 23 2012 11:27 PM Re: Which .22 Scope [Re: stevenstiegel]
Dogface Offline
Honored

Registered: Sun Mar 20 2005
Posts: 5005
Loc: Sullivan County or SEPA
BTW if you don't want to spend a lot of money then look at the Simmons 22 Mag scope. You can find it for about $50 and it is a nice scope.

Top
#2657175 - Tue Apr 24 2012 12:58 PM Re: Which .22 Scope [Re: stevenstiegel]
Forest County Offline
On the board

Registered: Tue Dec 20 2011
Posts: 238
Loc: Forest County
I got the simmons 3-9x32 22 mag dogface mentioned on my marlin. It was $45.99 at my local gun shop. Nice little scope and all you need for a squirrel gun. Cool thing to is it comes with rings.


Edited by Forest County (Tue Apr 24 2012 12:59 PM)
_________________________
CZ 550 American 6.5x55 Swedish
3x9x50 Nikon Buckmasters
140 Grain Federal Fusion

Top
Page 1 of 2 1 2 >


Google Ads
HuntingPA Sponsors
60X Custom Strings
ADT Security
Arrowhead
Boondock Outdoors
FoxPro
Growing Up With Guns
Hilltop Seeds
Hunting GPS Maps
Huntworth Gear
James Creek Outfitters
Knob Mountain Kennel
Lancaster Archery
Lowes Whitetail Scents
Martz Gap Hunting Preserve
Midwest Turkey Call Supply
Magees Optics
Mt. Hope Game Preserve
Night Eyes Predator Lights
No Limits Outdoors
On-Point Outfitters
Outdoorsman's Insight Magazine
Pheasants Forever
Premier Hunting Adventures
Randy Kuntz's Taxidermy
Realtree
Stony Gun & Archery
TrailCamPro
Two Bear Outfitters
Ultimate Camo
Who's Online
95 registered (ar33c9, 10der222, bandit1978, 4x4dad, Army Hunter, 8 invisible), 325 Guests and 19 Spiders online.
Key: Admin, Global Mod, Mod
Google Ads
Newest Members
jb56, Responder Traper, David stoltzfus, RandyB, SCgman
33455 Registered Users
Recent Posts
High Country bow
by MountainMan88
Flintlock in early antlerless season
by Curly Maple
10pt hits the ground
by bigt557
Mayo or Miracle Whip ?
by muskyman62
Trespassors Beware
by Takemrarely
04:27 AM
Pursuit/older model TRaditions.
by willyp
04:06 AM
Pellets and Flintlocks!
by willyp
03:32 AM
New Topics
Pursuit/older model TRaditions.
by willyp
04:06 AM
Pellets and Flintlocks!
by willyp
03:32 AM
Brothers Osborne
by atr
02:14 AM
Hit one the other morning.
by Danesdad
12:22 AM
Knight in-line red primer holders
by blind202
11:48 PM
Must read - The Two biews of Guns - Article
by Bluetick
11:06 PM
Trespassors Beware
by steelhorse814
10:47 PM
Top Posters
great white hunter 35326
RonM 30268
RB-HPA 27900
Bluetick 23971
DennyF 22920
TATERDAVID 22687
SigPro2340 21478
Peppy 20866
DIYASUB 20505
timberdoodle 19245
Forum Stats
33455 Members
97 Forums
111521 Topics
1409694 Posts

Max Online: 1801 @ 09:08 PM