best springer rated scope around 200 dollars?

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    walter3rd
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    does such a thing exist? LOOKING FOR A DECENT SCOPE THAT MIGHT HOLD UP TO DIANA 48 RECOIL. HAWKE AIR MAX?? THANKS. WALT 

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    mubhaur
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    Vortex Diamondback 2-7×35  

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    fusion
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    I like the Sightron SIH412X40FTMD and SIH412X40FTMOA. Glass is clear. It focuses as close as 8 yards. It's not too heavy either.

    https://sightronusa.com/product/sih412x40ftmoa/

    I've used them on my Beeman R9 for several years with no trouble.

     

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    GoldenStateAIRGUNer
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    Your going to get a lot of opinions on this. So I may as well give mine. I have a Sig ASP20 in .22cal and it's snap is right up there with any springer I have owned. I had the Hawke Airmax 3-9 40 on it and had to send it back due to POI variations. May, or may not, have been a result of the rifles recoil. I now have a UTG Hunter IR 3-9×40 AO and have had no problems at all with it. Sure, the glass isn't as nice as the more expensive scopes but it's doable ! The cross hairs are thicker but fine hairs tend to break on harsh springers. I only paid $63 on Amazon for the scope and consider it money well spent. Look at the reviews on this scope at Airgun Depot. It seems to be one of the better Leapers scopes. 

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    bandg
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    I've also used UTG scopes successfully in that range.  I have an 8-32 Accushot that has been excellent.

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    Raden1942
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    Best clarity I have found is with leupold vx 1 or 2 in fixed 4 power. It doesn't have variable power but for me 4 power is all I need or want in springer airguns. Lifetime warranty no recipt necessary. 

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    boscoebrea
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    I also like the Sightron ,about $140 new,also the older Bushnell Elites,the newer Elite are too expensive .

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    walter3rd
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    thanks folks. appreciate the feedback. Walt 

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    Glenroiland
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    mubhaur

    Vortex Diamondback 2-7×35  

    This, and the diamondback 3-9X40 as well.  Clear optics, holds zero, great warrantee.  Overall solid for the money.  I have the vortex 3-9X40 on my Diana 48, zero issues. Thousands of shots with no issues.

    I have well over 4000 shots with my 2-7X35 and operating as it was when brand new out of the box.

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