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Re: Rifle scope question one mead for 22 on a M1 carbine
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The 30 Carbine is a specialist deer rifle IMO. If she takes head shots, putting them right between the lookers under 50 yards, she'll be fine. Otherwise, on heart and lung shots, you're going to be doing a lot of trailing. A nice 357 Mag lever gun or something like a 250 Savage or 243 would be a better, more consistent round to use. Half the problem with the 30 Carbine is the bullets used. I use a 32/20 rifle for a lot of stuff, but use a flat point lead alloy bullet. Again, it's a specialist, short range proposition.
As far as the scope, you can get better made, brighter 1" scopes with better fields of view and more robust internals for $40-50.00 brand new. I'd go that route before trying a 3/4" or 7/8" 22 scope.
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