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Question by foxpro7918. Uploaded on February 12, 2011
Instead of a scope, I would top it with a Red Dot
I would put a 3X9X40 Nikon Prostaff on it.
Tough call. A shotgun calls for no scope, slugs call for at most a low magnification scope or a red dot. The .222 calls for high magnification. If you don't plan on doing any wing shooting go for a low powered scope. If you're mostly going to use the .222 get a 2-7 or 3-9.
On your Savage 24V the action is not made for Drilling
and tap to mount a Scope Mount, you could use a barrel mount, and a scope with long eye Relief.
A 24V IS drilled and tapped for scope bases. I have one for many years. It was my truck gun for a long time. I never mounted a scope on it. With my young eyes I could easily shoot groundhogs @100 yards with it. It also collected its fair share of ringnecks and whitetails. If I ever mount a scope it would be a low power fixed magnification scope. I then would practice point and shoot for those winged things.
It is going to be my fox gun. the scope on it now is a fixed 4 power. what would be a good low light or night scope
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