Which red dot scope?

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Bearcat
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Jul 31, 2009
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Georgia, USA
I have a Bushnell Trophy and have had no regrets. It's not clear to me how any other reddot would improve on it.
 
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Dallas, TX
I have a bushnell as well. Not sure if it's the Trophy or not, I think I paid about $90 for it almost 3 years ago. Yes, it is a good red dot. It's adjustable red or green, with a dot, or a plus sign or a circle or a circle with a dot inside. Pretty neat, but bigger than the Ultra dot. Maybe not in weight but in bulk.
 

Boomer

Single-Sixer
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May 3, 2009
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Mtns of AZ
I bought a Bushnell Trophy from Midway a few weeks ago for my recently acquired Mk II slabside.
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Its still not mounted because I determined I needed 30mm Ruger rings and an extended Ruger base mount for my Mk II. This red dot comes with rings for grooved receivers, so it should be fine for a 10/22.
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Edit/Update: After installing the combo, I decided the 30mm red dot mounted on medium high Ruger rings / extended scope base not to my liking (too high). Instead, I ordered an Ultradot 25 (1") red dot which will mount with Ruger low profile rings included with my slabside. The Bushnell sight will move to a rifle, possibly a new Ruger Target Tactical. ;)
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Redm2

Bearcat
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Aug 22, 2009
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C-More Red Dot. Extremely reliable and the best sight adjustment in the industry IMO.
 

madd-trapper

Bearcat
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Jan 30, 2006
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Northern Illinois
Just bought the Bushnell from Cabellas. I looked at the other ones their, but the Bushnell seemed to be much better made. 89 bucks and I had a $15 coupon.
 
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