Re: Inline scope options
Yes, any scope designed for centerfire will work. I use the old leupold vari-x II's on mine, first the 3-9x40 and now the 2-7x33. Then sure, you have the muzzleloader specific scopes from several scope makers that are designed with drop mark reticles as if you wanna shoot 250-300 yards at deer, but that really is pushing it for an inline, and something I don't think should be tried very often, if ever. I blame a lot of that mentality on the so called "magnum" muzzleloaders that can accept 150 grains of blackpowder or substitute powder. Even with a full charge like that stuffed down the barrel, it's no .300 Mag. Didn't mean to rant, I'm just trying to say you will be fine with a scope that doesn't have a drop-compensating reticle, it's really unneccesary. Check out the Leupold Rifleman line or VX-I. Heard good things about Nikon Prostaff scopes as well. 2-7x or 3-9x
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