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Old 07-22-2019, 11:43 AM
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What would you all recommend between a Sightron 6-24, Bushnell 4200 6-24, or Sightron 36x?
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Leupold

I’ve always used either a Leupold 25X or a 6.5-20 EFR. I like them to the point that I have extras of each!

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Nice...those didnt make the short list cuz, i can't find them anywhere
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I have a Sightron 6-24X Big Sky on my Target air rifle. I like the glass and the fact that the AO will focus down to 10 yards. I wish the AO had a little more throw between distances (a little turn goes a long way) and that the elevation/windage knobs had more defined clicks (not mushy, but they're a bit soft). I don't use 36X scopes but I'm guessing it would be the same as the 6-24X.

I don't have any experience with the Bushnell scope.

Keep an eye out for a Weaver T-24 with the 1/2 MOA dot and 1/4 MOA clicks. I have one and it's probably my favorite overall silhouette scope.
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Bushnell

The Bushnell 18 power rimfire scope is a good solid inexpensive choice. It focus down to ten meters and has the old school duplex crosshairs. I would stay away from scopes with multiple dots and other gimmicks and stay with one dot or duplex crosshairs.
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