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Anything Leopold or Nikon makes will work for you. Nikon probably a bit cheaper. I use an EOTEC on my M4, but no magnification.
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Trijicon makes their Accupoint series. The one you would probably want is their 1-4x. It is dual-illuminated with fiber optics and tritium, so no batteries. The scope can be found for ~$750, but still needs rings. Also, they come with either red, amber, or green triangles or crosshairs.
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Take a look at Millet scopes. The are reasonably priced and have great optics.
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After an excessive amount of research on the $800 AR15 scope matter, I've concluded that a Super Sniper 1-4X24 Tactical 30mm (see the SWFA website) is the best option. YMMV. Oh, and welcome.
Hello, simpleplan, and welcome from Missouri to this great forum. Good people and LOTS of info here.
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