In this video by 22plinkster, he discusses various rimfire scopes. This first is Primary Arms ACSS 22LR, which is priced at $119. It works extremely well on 10/22s. The great thing about this primary arms optic is the reticle. If you’re the kind of person that likes to shoot targets from a hundred yards in, then this is your optic. If you’re looking for a small compact scope, this is a very good choice.
The second optic is the Nikon Prostaff Rimfire, which ranges from $117 to $140. This reticle system makes it very, very easy to take to long ranges. Just remember what kind of bullet weight and speed you’re shooting. If you do your homework and you take a little bit of time with this particular optic, it does a great job. It’s also waterproof and shockproof.
The third optic is the Hawke Vantage, which is priced at $199. The features that you get is pretty good for the price that you’re paying. This scope tracks very well and it has 80 MOA worth of adjustments, so if you want to shoot a target at a longer range, you can dial in those clicks and you’ll be able to get in on target. It makes long range shooting a whole lot better and the glass is spot on.
The fourth optic is the Vortex Crossfire II, which is priced at $177. This particular scope doesn’t have any bells and whistles. It’s just a 4- 12×40. It has adjustable focus and it is one of the clearest out of the batch. It’is good for hunting in low-light situations.
Last but not the least, he discusses the Bushnell Rimfire Optic series, which range from $79 to $149. You can’t go wrong with these scopes for the price point. They all come with different replaceable turrets. The glass on them are crystal clear and they do amazingly well in low-light environments.
In conclusion, any of the aforementioned optics are recommended.