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Bushnell makes some good .22 scopes. I've got two of them (4x fixed) on my beginner guns and I am satified with the quality.

I prefer Bushnell over Tasco or BSA. If you can find a older Bushnell that was made in Japan, buy it. I never pass one up at gun shows.
 

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Lately I like the Bushnell 4-12X40AO, but it doesn't fit all rifles - it has a huge eye-piece that may block the bolt handle.
Many of my more basic twentytwos wear the good ol' Simmons 3-9X32 Deerfield - a good little scope that is now sold as the Blaser. Doesn't have AO, so at closer distance you have to reduce the magnification.
The Simmons 4x32 is good too, if you shoot at 50 yards or so. I like 6X at 100 yards.
The Simmons Blaser 3-9X40 is alright too. Won't hold zero on a centerfire, but usually okay on a rimfire.
 

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Well I'm new here , I have a marlin 60 SB I bought it from an older gentle men who only shot it a few times , everything looked as it wasn't worn or even shot at all, but the buckhorn sights are screwed.(won't adjust)
So I went and got a NcStar 3-9x40 silver to match the S.S. on the rifle.
It held up excellent!
I shoot about a 50 - 75 yard range and a 3-9X40 does the trick for me at least.Forgot to say I got that ncstart scope for $35
 

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I have a old Remington 521T target Rifle that I used for sporter rifle. I put a Bushnell 4-12 scope on it that I got from Wally world. It has the adjustable Yardage to so you can use it inside and its not all blury. This scope was about 70$ though, great for the money.
 
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