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    Bushnell scope shotgun

    Hello,

    I want to buy a bushnell for the 30% discount this month.
    It for my new savage 220 rifle. My budget is 200@300$

    Thanks guys

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    To point a direction. There some says that i need a shotgun scope and other there is no difference but they dont know why.

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    site sponsor will likely have what you need https://theammosource.com/

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    I've always felt that shotgun should be iron sight.
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    I've never shopped for a slug gun scope before, but it looks like there is a range of bushnell scopes that would work.

    You shouldn't need to spend a lot of money since the only feature you need is for it to hold its zero after some potentially hard recoil.

    The budget option says that it should work especially well with shotguns:

    hxxps://theammosource.com/bushnell-banner-1-5-4-5x32-wide-angle-multi-x-free-shipping/

    This one is a little extra money but has an illuminated centre dot in case you're considering hunting things in thick woods.

    hxxps://theammosource.com/bushnell-engage-3-9-x-40-illuminated-sfp-multi-x-reticle-blk/

    Right at the edge of your price range, there are a couple more that give you different pros and cons, like lightweight or a little more magnification.

    Personally I think I would want to have a low power option, like 3x or lower. I'm sure a lot of people have no problem hitting close targets quickly with 4x or more, but I find it a little slower than I'd like even at 3x.

    Good luck!
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    couple manufacturers have "shotgun scopes" often 2-7x

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