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I have a Weihrauch 99s .22, bought it new a couple of years ago. I never got round to putting a scope on it. Could you recommend me a decent scope on a limited budget ?

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Hawke and Nikko Sterling are a good start point to do some research, if money is tight then don't be put off looking at the 2nd hand market, plenty of good used scopes for various budgets. :good:

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Question has been asked before and HAWKE always one of the makes mentioned. I shoot all Hawkes on my rifles and my air rifles have Hawke Airmax scopes and if I do my bit they will do theirs.

I personally find a reticule with dots very useful and the Airmax comes with that choice.  I just use three aiming points and select the dot above or below and the centre as three choices for the distances on that day. 

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Older market, but i had a hawke sport hd 3-9x40

Possibly the best all round scope I used on a airgun. Now have nikkos and they don't stack up against hawkes imo. 

Highly rate bsa scopes as well for the price

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I've had a few bsa essential scopes, very clear optics for the money

 

Re reading the ops question, i think zi Germans would turn blue with a British scope on their gun :lol:

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hello, Hawke Vantage, its all you need on a spring air rifle as shock proof and life time warranty, 3x9x40 or 50 half mil dot, i prefer non AO or red/green as it only air rifle range. 

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On 08/07/2019 at 20:01, craig1982 said:

I have a Weihrauch 99s .22, bought it new a couple of years ago. I never got round to putting a scope on it. Could you recommend me a decent scope on a limited budget ?

What is your budget and intended use?

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