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Hey,

I've got a Clearidge 3-9x32 on my TD right now and it's a great scope... just a little to long for the TD and case.

I was thinking of buying a UTG/Leapers 3-9x32 Bug Buster for the rifle but I thought I'd check with you guys to see if anyone has one on a TD or any 10/22 really to see what you think of it.
 

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Looks like it gets good reviews on Optics planet. I might be interested in one myself.
 

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I have a UTG/Leepers 4x32 compact on my 10/22 TD. I am using the QD rings it came with and so far has been satisfactory. It fits the bag but the velcro does not fully close due to the short overhang of the mounted scope. Holds zero so far and the mil dots are there but not in the way.I was not interested in a variable on a 22 so opted for the 4X.
John
 

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I have a UTG/Leepers 4x32 compact on my 10/22 TD. I am using the QD rings it came with and so far has been satisfactory. It fits the bag but the velcro does not fully close due to the short overhang of the mounted scope. Holds zero so far and the mil dots are there but not in the way.I was not interested in a variable on a 22 so opted for the 4X.
John
How is the optical quality? This thing has the right size, not a bad price, with other nice features if its half way clear to look thru. I sure don't need a lighted reticle.
 

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the BSA "Sweet 22" scope works really good, its worth looking into.
 

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Optical quality is OK. Not same quality as a Nikon or Leupold, but appears to be as good as an old Redfield Frontier 4X I have on another 22. I do not see any shifting of impact or any particularly obvious distortion.
John
 
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