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Re: Rifle scope question one mead for 22 on a M1 carbine

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Mike Groom

10-22-2013 15:05:05

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It will probably handle the recoil,the parralax is usually at about 75 feet for .22 scopes,which means it is in focus at that yardage,if you don't want to shoot at longer distance it will work fine,just a little blurry if you want to shoot farther.

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10-22-2013 16:04:07

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 Re: Rifle scope question one mead for 22 on a M1 carbine in reply to Mike Groom, 10-22-2013 15:05:05  
Reason I want to scope the M1 carbine is that it is a light rifle and my wife does not have any problem holding it up for deer hunting and most shoots in my area are under 100 yards

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10-22-2013 17:48:20

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 Re: Rifle scope question one mead for 22 on a M1 carbine in reply to old, 10-22-2013 16:04:07  
i like the peep sights on them rascals, a simmons 8 point is a decent bottom dollar scope, bsa makes a few good ones too-recoil no problem for them--about 50 bucks though. if you still want the 22 scope make sure it is a 1 inch tube as mentioned.

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10-22-2013 18:02:03

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 Re: Rifle scope question one mead for 22 on a M1 carbine in reply to elmersooner, 10-22-2013 17:48:20  
It is the standard 1 inch type and is a BSA by the way. Just made for a 22 rifle so the rings are small for the 22 rail but I have rings laying around so that is no problem. My wife's eye sight is bad enough that she need the scope

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