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Save your money till you can spend more than $60. Not the answer you wanted. But spend $60 and probably you have wasted $60 being no closer to what you want. Do what it takes to double that amount, you can get some choices in optics worth having with more quality and magnification.


Also you say it is getting on your nerves, in what way? Simply too little magnification or do other problems intrude?
 

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Well a Nikon Prostaff 4x is available in silver. Also a very good quality optic. But $95 or so new. You might snag one on eBay for less. Fellow had one for sale here on RFC a few weeks back for $65. So you might find one.

If you simply must stay at $60 look here.
http://www.riflescopes.com/departments/153/rifle_scopes/bushnell_rifle_scopes/bushnell_.22_rimfire_scopes.htm

In my opinion having looked through and used a goodly number of scopes, in the sub-$100 range, Bushnell is the best brand generally. The above link has two silver rimfire scopes. One a 4x for $29.95 and one a 3-9x for $39.95 both with rings I believe. Personally if going this cheap I would go with the 4x. Less to go wrong inside a fixed scope. But the 3-9x might be okay. The outer cross-hair on these is not much thinner than the Simmons, but the inner cross hair is thinner. You also might find these at Walmart where you could look through and compare them to what you have. Or at other local chain sporting goods stores.
 
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