Red dot or conventional on hunting 22?
Not really a specialty question but it is a handgun.
I want to mount optics on a great old High Standard Supermatic Citation 22.
Squirrels/ rabbits in eastern hardwoods and target. I need to help my 50 year old eyes.
I've never owned or shot a scoped handgun and only want to buy one without spending a fortune.
The dot[holographic] look great but are they precise? This is a very accurate pistol. Would I be better off with a fixed/ variable conventional scope?
If I enjoy small game with a hand gun I'll have to add a specialty handgun to the already too long custom build list..... I'm thinking something in 6.5.
Outside of a dog a gun is mans best friend.
Inside a dog its too dark to shoot.