Re: Driving gun being built-now what scope? Red dot?
It really depends on what you are after if you are looking at getting the red dot scope. Biggest thing to remember is that the red dots are battery operated so you can either conserve your battery and when something jumps you turn on your scope and proceed to try to shoot, or you keep it on during drives and change batteries a lot, just hoping that the battery doesn't die at the wrong time. Trijicon makes a scope similar to the red dot scopes that doesn't require batteries, and if your budget is quite large you can get one of these fantastic scopes to fit the bill perfectly for you. Another, more practical answer is to get a low powered scope that gives you the most field of view so you can acquire your target swiftly, center up the target, and fire. You will probably want a variable power scope so that you can, if required, make a more accurate long range shot. Depending on your budget you can find many scopes that will meet your needs. When you are ready feel free to contact me and I'll fill you in with more details on the options you have. Good luck!