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I just bought a #6305 Nikon Prostaff 4x32 Rimfire Special ($99 at local dealer). Since I only had a $150 budget for scope, mounts and rings I felt a fixed power, fixed parallax would give me the best quality optics for my dollar. Its for Training and Squirrel hunting on a CZ453 American.Is this a pretty decent budget scope?

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I think it is a decent budget scope.  I have had one for a year or so on a Green Mountain barreled 10-22T.  No problems yet and I can still shoot less than .25" groups at 25 yards with it.

 

I think that the Weaver R4 4x28 fixed power looks good for its price and it is fully multicoated to boot.  Just received my first one of those yesterday.

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