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Opinions on the Nikon 4x32 ProStaff Classic Rimfire for a Remington (Zastava) Model 5? 
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I have no experience with that model. I have a few Nikons and they are very good scopes in my opinion.
A 4x32 rimfire scope is a great start. It will be simple, reliable and easy to use on a variety of targets and game.

Good luck,
Doug
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+1 on the nikon, also look at the weaver 4x.
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I usually try to stick with Leupold VX II or III series scopes. But I can't justify $220 for a VX I on a $200 .22 rifle. The Nikon's seem to be decent quality and I've always liked the optics in photo gear, plus they have a lifetime warranty similar to Leupold's. I may just pull the trigger if no one has had any problems with these.
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I like Nikon scopes but I'd give the Weaver serious consideration.

Weaver 4x28 Classic Rimfire Rifle Scope
Weaver 4x28 Classic Rimfire Rifle Scope
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I have a Nikon Prostaff 4 X on a Marlin model 60 and it shoots fine. Clear lass for the money.
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