Nikon Prostaff.4x32 rimfire classic on use guns?

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  • Nikon Prostaff.4x32 rimfire classic on use guns?

    Are they any good?

    Looks like what I want and cheap enough.

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    chewtah, I don't know about those scopes, but generally you get what you pay for.
    I reckon you might want a greater magnification. I know how people go on about low magnification scopes for 22's, but I have a 6x fixed on my Zastava and I really want more.
    I've got a couple of 9x's variable on a couple of other 22's and that is better magnification. I've got a 12x variable on my Winchester 320 and that is the best.
    I can see the sneaky buggers better when they're hiding, and I can do a better job of placing shots as well. And, it's a little bit more fun when I can see my targets at the range.
    So, here's my humble two cents. If I were to go with a 4x now, I wouldn't be happy.
    Good luck, mate. It's just the damn price of things, the good ones are over priced and the bad ones are over priced, What do you do?


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      Originally posted by chewtah" post=39313
      Are they any good?

      Looks like what I want and cheap enough.
      It would make a good hunting scope I reckon and would be fine for some fun shooting targets and plinking. I use a 4x on the Mod 2 and I can shoot all sorts of furry critters no worries at all with it, even shoot used 22 cases at 20-30m using it.

      Here's a bit of info on it here mate - with specs etc included.
      http://www.chuckhawks.com/nikon_prostaff_rimfire_4x32.htm
      Whacking Varmints is my passion!

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        i have the BDC model P-22 in 3-7 awesome for a .22
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