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scopes

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by davy1977, Mar 20, 2009.

  1. davy1977

    davy1977 Member

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    hi i am new to this and been looking on ebay at scopes i have a niko mountmaster at the moment but been looking at the bsa scopes and tasco scopes can anybody tell me what is better and what is the mildot for i use a bsa lighting tactical xl any help please :)
     
  2. noluv6

    noluv6 Engaging Member

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    Hey,
    Scope's is a big subject and I was really into scopes at a stage.
    1st of all are you shooting 177 or 22?

    my self I do not use mil-dots as I use airguns out to 50 yard's,177 has not much drop out to 50 yard zeroed at 35 but 22 can drop a bit which is why some tend to go for mil-dot.

    High end competition shooters of ft use mill-do on 177 but they need to be perfect as there wanting to win a competition.

    I have found the I zero 22 at 40 yard and any thing that comes with in,is dead.

    177 anything with in 35 and out to 50 is dead.
    You could opt for 22 and zero at 25 yard and try make the mils match at 5 yard each but to me for hunting,it is a big mess around,so are all these px adjustable and side focus scope's.

    now if you was hunting with say a 308 out to 400 yard a mill-dot would be needed as you could get a target ate 100 yard which would be no good if you are zeroed at 400 yard and a none mill-dot scope.

    With a mill-dot on a rifle like a 308 you would zero at say 100 yard and then 50 at each mill or even 25.

    It is a complicated subject which you should do a search on as there is a search button on top of page.
    optictalk forum is also a good read.my self,I only use standard duplex,also known as true plex on all my sub 12ft rifles,but I do stick to certain distances with 22.

    Longer you get use to shooting the more skill you get and you will be able to use a duplex as if it were a mill-dot,trust me,I can wind estimate very well on none mil-dot scopes.

    Some may dis agree but the pros will agree I am sure.

    forgot to mention,all the scopes you mention are very cheap,some 400 pound pluss scopes mill-dots are not accurately seperated,so from that I would not expect a cheap scope's mil-dot to be accurate at all.

    ---------- Post added at 09:45 ---------- Previous post was at 09:39 ----------

    Your mount master is probably better then most the bsa range.I suggest you look toward's the simmons range if you want half decent glass for your money.
     
    Last edited: Mar 23, 2009
  3. amaser1

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    Yep..... :up:
     

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