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I'd take a good look at the Leatherwood CamART scopes and mounts. It's a pain to set up but once you have all of the distances dialed in, just crank the cam and shoot. Mine will put them in a 1 gallon bottle at 500 yds. I would think for a ratty tat tat gun that would be good enough. Give them a look;
http://www.leatherwoodoptics.com/index-leatherwood.html

FWIW, Jim Leatherwood made the CamART scopes for the military when he was in the marines around the Viet Nam era. His scopes and mounts are improvements over those.
 
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Holy crap, Trapper L, I wuz looking for something just like that.
Thanks for the post- that's a real deal. :D
 

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How 'bout this SOCOM II?
 

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Well, I put my rifle on a different stock, but I'm using an NcStar 2-7x32mm long relief scope. Works pretty good.

However, if I was interested in leaving it on the original stock, I'd invest in a Trijicon x4 ACOG.
 
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