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Hello everyone, I've got a springer thats a bit (lively) gamo 1000 thingy, scope I have on  it is or was quite good ( nikko Stirling old) but keeps losing poa  , could anyone recommend a budget scope that would not do same (are js ramsbottoms gun tuff range alright) thanks for any info

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1 hour ago, oldypigeonpopper said:

hello, Hawke are good on springers, plenty of good older models for sale

Thanks for reply  OPP, so an older hawke would be able to take the shock 

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1 minute ago, steve s×s said:

Thanks for reply  OPP, so an older hawke would be able to take the shock 

hello, yes they are classified as shockproof and good warranty, you should get a good used Vantage 3-9x40 for a reasonable price or an older Sport HD

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Sport hd, good scopes back in the day, lasted well on my supersport. 

As for ramsbottom, i use the company a lot, excellent service. As for the scopes, ive no idea, but ive bought cheap ****ty chinese scopes before and they just look the same, rebranded. 

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Best deal I could find on a scope was from optics warehouse. I bought a Hawke 3-9 x 40 AO came with a free torch and torch mounts.

Bought the scope for a HW95 Springer.

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I have only purchased Hawkes from new but have six of them three of which are airgun rated.  I have never had a problem with the rated ones and they do the job well enough. I had one scope which still worked fine accuracy wise but when adjusting the magnification the picture jumped at each movement. Deben said I had had the scope for a long time and it was not worth repairing but they gave me a 50% discount on any scope I chose to replace it.  I would go for Hawke every time certainly.  

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