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What does it take to make the perfect rimfire scop

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From what I have gathered thus far, consensus is 1 in. tube, 3-12 with side focus to 25 yards, obviously quality lenses as well, which means coated . 42 seems to be most thought of as objective but a fair amount like the 32. Not being to big and heavy for a 22 rifle is a big concern. About even on fine cross hair and BDC, which I have used on a 22LR with success because of Nikon's Spot On Program giving me the correct distances for each circle with my load data. Most have said they want it for plinking, some for hunting, mainly something reliable and repeatable. All for under $250. 
Tim, Thanks for your input. Nice to hear you are happy with your Buckmaster.
Check out the SPot On site Tim, it'll help you with data for your scope even if it is not BDC.
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