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loganchieftain
April 11, 2013, 05:16 PM
My Kidd Supergrade will be arriving next week and I want to get a good quality 4.5-14 or 4-16 scope with a minimum parallax adjustment of less than 100 yards. The only ones I know of are the Leupolds but I'm not a big fan of them as far as value for the dollar. I don't mind spending $300-$500. Any suggestions?

jabraun98
April 11, 2013, 06:52 PM
Mueller apv or apt! Great scopes!! Will run about 150 leaving some extra cash for you!

g.willikers
April 12, 2013, 09:52 AM
The Tasco scopes, with parallax adjustments, are often on sale for around $100.
In daylight, they're plenty good.

danez71
April 12, 2013, 07:56 PM
g.willikers,

Any particular Tasco models?

g.willikers
April 13, 2013, 04:50 PM
Mine are so old the model names have probably been superseded.
But check the usual suspects to see what's offered.
The online stores, especially
Opics Planet
Any local stores that carry scopes,
Gunshows
'etc.
I've yet to get an unsatisfactory Tasco scope.
And never had to pay anywhere near retail.

SteelChickenShooter
April 14, 2013, 04:00 AM
I've had mixed results with Tasco. Some worked well out of the box and some did not. Actually I went through many lower cost scopes when I began silhouette shooting. I finally had to spend over $400 for a turret target knob Leupold and then got the performance I was looking for. Oddball sort of arrangement to have a $200 rifle and $455 scope, but it works. Trophy is on the shop shelf.

603Country
April 14, 2013, 12:24 PM
I've only had a couple of Tasco scopes, and they worked fine. The 6-24 that I had on my varmint gun was great during the day, but early morning and late afternoon it was too dim. Today, both my 'good' 22's carry old Leupold 2-7's without adj parallax. If I was target shooting with a 22, I'd get the adj objective scopes.