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i'm goin' to put scope on my T/C endeavor and just wonderin' what kind of input y'all might have on what power i'd need .. i'll be huntin' some in open areas and if times get tuff and i might have to wade into the bushes to up-jump a big ole buck.. i don't want to mess with a variable,just something i can put to my shoulder in a hurry if i have to and not fumble with any settings.. don't think i'll be shootin' 200 yards like i've heard the t/c will but will take a shot at 100-125 yd's..also,,are peep sights a must on the muzzleloader..i probably have an idea or two ,but just wantin' everyones opinion that has scoped a muzzleloader b4. thank's
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Never would'a believed it myself, but I bought a shotgun for my kid that had a pistol scope on it. Man, I'm here to tell ya that baby throws up on a deer unbelieveably fast. The smaller scope may make loading/cleaning that M/L easier to.
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if you aren't looking for a variable scope, i would look for something atleast a fixed 6-8X that should be good for ground cover and enough magnification for those longer shots, I had a 1.5 - 5X turkey scope that was just barely enough for 100yds but was poor for low light conditions so a bigger optical lens should be considered also. Let me e-mail mike to see what he has in that area, we have done a considerable amount of business and he has ALWAYS been fair, fast and right on with what Iv'e been looking for. He should get back to you soon--
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if its allowed in your state you may want to consider a red dot or reflex sight. trijicon ones don't take battiers which may be a loophole for you, but otherwise i would say either a fixed 4x or 6x. IMO anything over 6 you will probably get lost in the hair and wont be able to have good shot placement if you are taking a close shot. another option might be a 6x or 8x, but with see through rings so you can still use open sights when they're close, but still have the glass to be comfortable taking the farther shots.
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