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don't get the one of the cheap ones out. there is a spendy one forgot the name do a google seach but its a US made one its better than the chinesse ones but will cost as much as your rifle.
but if you use a cheap one that keeps loosing zero what's the point.
what i did is i have a left over leupold mount off a browning bar 30.06
it fit the sight channel quite well so i welded on the sight base since its on the sight base very little heat transferred to the barrel. ( i don't see any collectors value in a $100 rifle) its solid as the steel its made of and I can blame the mount or leupold rings if i can't hit a target with it.
This guy seems to have a decent mount, but I'm concerned about having the long eye relief. Most pistol scopes I see have parallax issues beyond 50 yards, and the lone Leupy LER scope is rather low powered. Haven't found the proper blend yet. Lots of cheap NcStar scopes for LER, a Leatherwood, etc. Burris has a decent pistol scope but the magnification is low (but it does have a parallax adjustment).