OK, I have a new model 41 and realize its accuracy potential. Most shooting will take place from 20-50 yards. It would come to logic that a scope with a magnification should be used to capitalize on its true accuracy potential. Thus lies my question. All of the quality scopes that I have seen have a parallax free distance of 90 or 100 yards. I don’t routinely shoot my .22 pistol at those ranges. Some may say that it won't be that big a deal, but I HAD a Burris 2-7x32 on the weapon and was shooting at 20 yards and I definitely seen a difference. The parallax was bad. When you have a S&W 41 shooting Eley Ultimate EPS ammo the potential should be there to be able to put ragged hole groups together. I took off the Burris and put on my Ultra Dot off of my Beretta and re-shot the group (Just looking for a group this time) There it was one ragged hole. I want to be able to stretch out to 50 yards for smaller targets but I don't know if I can do it without a scope with magnification. WHAT ARE MY OPTIONS??? Leupold lists their parallax at 90 yards, would they be better than the Burris? What about Nikon? Maybe a straight 2X or 4X or in all practicality is it better to just get another Red Dot? I'm after precision shooting at 20-50 yards possibly even up to 75 yards. Any help would be appreciated.