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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.

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    Hello, simpleplan, and welcome from Missouri to this great forum. Good people and LOTS of info here.
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    Thanks Everyone for welcoming me in and the information is spot on with what I needed.... Thanks Alot!!!

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    I like the idea of that!!

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