How much holdover, or holdunder, gain be found by looking at ballistic charts online. And, of course, trial and error.
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Your choice of scope is a good entry level scope. I have 2 I use on hunting and plinking rimfires. Both have held up well in average conditions for more than a couple of years now. DR
Yes, your gun will be dead on for that range, give or take a few yards. Do you know about bullet trajectory?
I have one, it's a decent scope for the money. As others have said, there are better scopes out there, but for your intended purpose, I think it will be fine.
how, how about laser bore sights. Are they worth it?
Unless you're going to be changing scopes out on your rifle a lot or getting a lot of rifles to put scopes on, personally I would just have my LGS bore sight it for me and spend the money on something else. JMO.
I have the exact same scope on my 10/22 and it has been good. Now I dont shoot more than 100yds with it but after all its a .22.