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View Poll Results: Which is the best scope for a Ruger Charger??
Weaver Classic Handgun scope 2.5-8 X 1 33.33%
Burris 2-7, only in the budget because I know a guy. . . 2 66.67%
Bushnell Trophy Handgun scope 2-6 X 0 0%
Simmons Pro - Hunter 2-6 X 0 0%
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Old October 15, 2008, 10:40 PM   #1
TheShootist1894
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Scoping The Ruger Charger, Help. . . .

I have owned/used 2 Leupold Handgun scopes, and love my cabinet of Leupold scoped rifles, that being said, I am not going to put a Leupold on this gun, a new Ruger Charger. I know these guns are accurate, I shot another gentleman's and was hitting eggs at 90 yards off a bench with a Leupold 4X well at least 2 out of three times

That being said these guns are accurate I have my heart set on one, but I need to scope it, I am looking at variable power scopes for shooting 10-100 yards, and the Leuy's are currently out of the budget ( a couple hundred more than the gun!!)

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Old April 30, 2010, 10:06 PM   #2
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Scoping a Ruger Charger

Having recently purchased a Ruger Charger, i added a BSA 2x-7x variable scope and have been able to match shoot .5 iinch groups at 50 yards. The BSA scope is not an expensive scope, but allows for a variable objective and provides a great field of view for target shooting. Cabelas offers the scope for about $130 and with the Weaver type scope rail mount on the Charger, it is easily mounted.
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Old May 1, 2010, 10:27 AM   #3
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I know these guns are accurate, I shot another gentleman's and was hitting eggs at 90 yards off a bench with a Leupold 4X well at least 2 out of three times
Prior to shooting my Charger, I debated as to what scope to use. Felt that I could push it's performance by not settling for a RedDot. I did a trigger job and put a variable Simmons "Rifle" scope on it and have never regretted it. I mostly shoot this from a bench but do shoot off-hand using a crossarm hold. These little guys are just plain fun, to shoot.


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