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Scope in Realtree Hardwoods

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Printed Date: October/22/2017 at 16:16


Topic: Scope in Realtree Hardwoods
Posted By: hallagingunsmithing
Subject: Scope in Realtree Hardwoods
Date Posted: October/17/2016 at 11:30
I have a Ruger 10/22 I bought for $100 recently. It has a Butler Creek Stock and Bull Barrel. I am wanting to mount a scope on the rifle in the same exact camo. I have been looking on the internet and the only ones I can find in that exact camo are all sold out. I am only looking to spend less than $200. A nikon, bushnell,  simmons, or vortex would be fine, it is only a 10/22.

here is a picture of the rifle
https://gyazo.com/e7db4d70f1c53b498c675fac0d7bb51d

Thank you



Replies:
Posted By: Rancid Coolaid
Date Posted: October/17/2016 at 13:32
I rattle can most of my guns, I'd say get the optic you like and paint it all as you want it.

But that's just me.


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Posted By: Urimaginaryfrnd
Date Posted: October/17/2016 at 15:13
http://swfa.com/Nikon-3-9x40-Inline-XR-Muzzleloader-Riflescope-P61582.aspx">Nikon 3-9x40 Inline XR Muzzleloader Riflescope http://swfa.com/images/nik6793-rt_popup.jpg"> http://swfa.com/Nikon-3-9x40-Inline-XR-Muzzleloader-Riflescope-P61582.aspx - Nikon 3-9x40 Inline XR Muzzleloader Riflescope
Stock # - NIK6793
  • Realtree Xtra Green
  • BDC 300
  • 1"
  • Generous, Consistent 5-inch Eye Relief
  • Fully Multicoated Optical System
  • Hand-turn 1/4 MOA Adjustments
  • Spring-Loaded Zero-Reset Turrets
  • Spot On Ballistic Match Technology
  • Quick Focus Eyepiece
  • Waterproof
  • Fogproof
  • Shockproof
$219.95


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Texas Ranger


Posted By: Urimaginaryfrnd
Date Posted: October/17/2016 at 15:20
While the BDC is designed for a muzzleloader a little time on the range will tell you what the BDC circle marks represent for distance.  A 22 has a lot of drop past 50 yds so you might find this scope quite useful at 100 to 150 yds.  Best guess sighted at 25 yds the first circle should be about 50 the next about 100  then 125 and the post top about 150 but range time will tell you what they represent .  Note BDC marks only remain consistent at the highest power of the scope on these  second focal plane scopes.  So you cant figure the drop at 9x then change to 6x or 3x and have the drop be the same but you could  do a chart for what the circles represent at 3x and another chart for what they represent at 6x and another chart for what they represent at 6x.   I have one of these that is black on a musket and like the scope the glass is better than it was about 10 yrs ago when they first came out.


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"Always do the right thing, just because it is the right thing to do".
Bobby Paul Doherty
Texas Ranger



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