I currently have two boxed, brand new and never mounted scopes: Nikon Monarch III 4-16x42 and a Bushnell Legend Ultra HD 4.5 - 14 x 44
I'm very fond of Nikon Prostaff scopes on my air rifles - incredible clarity and excellent low light performance, with a very useful set of aim points (BDC).
I found very early on when it came to shooting gear that want and need are two very different things...
I've also recently found that my better half has managed to amass over 30K in credit card debt
Given that I already have the above Nikon and Bushnell, do I need to look at selling them to fund something else to go onto a .243 or .270, or will they do for now assuming I simply ignore the mil dots ?
I'm putting a 3-9x40 BDC Prostaff on the .22LR, zeroing at probably 50 or 60 yards and then plotting the BDC impact points for longer range
Thanks for looking