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Old 11-05-2011, 11:30 PM   #1
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Default Beretta 22LR - Scope suggestions

http://www.basspro.com/Beretta-U22-N...10217959/46612

Thinking about giving this to my 18 year old for Christmas. It's new in the box and I don't want to spend a lot, just somthing good for plinking.

I'm a long gun person, don't know much about pistols and especially scopes for one.
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damn the price on those have dropped. why a scope? its a great gun as it is shoot iron sights first if you want to scope it do it after you see its full potential (master the basics)
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Heck, I thought it was built for a scope with the rail on it.
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it is but it also has good adjustable iron sights
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damn the price on those have dropped. why a scope? its a great gun as it is shoot iron sights first if you want to scope it do it after you see its full potential (master the basics)
Almost $100 cheaper at Academy Sports.
http://www.academy.com/webapp/wcs/st...023+4294965606

Great little plinkers btw. A lot louder than you would expect, but I have ran over 1000 rounds through mine with almost zero malfunctions. I don't have a scope either and it's accuate enough with the iron sights to headshot squirrels at 15 yards consistently.
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Almost $100 cheaper at Academy Sports.
http://www.academy.com/webapp/wcs/st...023+4294965606

Great little plinkers btw. A lot louder than you would expect, but I have ran over 1000 rounds through mine with almost zero malfunctions. I don't have a scope either and it's accuate enough with the iron sights to headshot squirrels at 15 yards consistently.
Not the same one I happened upon. Bass pro has the other one cheaper also.


http://www.basspro.com/Beretta-U22-N...10217948/39102
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I'm looking for one also for the Smith and wesson 22 I just picked up. I don't think the red dot needs to be anything fantastic for a plinker. I am looking at the Tru Glo's 30mm.
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I'm a Ruger fan and it's hard to beat a Ruger MK III or a Ruger 22/45. Some come with rails and or rings to mount a scope. The Bushnell TLR-25 is a great little red dot for well under a hundred. I would go Ruger or Browning personally. Both are good .22's.
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