My Garand. I can no longer see through the sights, so I'm going to put a scope on her. That decision is firm. Now -- I have one of the B-Square mounts in the safe. You remove the rear sight, and the B-Square mounts to the left of the left sight "ear". The scope ends up offset to the left, so that empty brass and clips can eject, and so you can reload. You then have to use a pad on the stock if you want to get any cheek weld. All that I'm OK with. It will allow me to shoot my old rifle again, with some assurance of hitting what I'm trying to hit. The question is what scope to use. I'm thinking the scope has to be rotated 90 degrees to the left to keep the windage knob from being hit with brass or clip. That lets out all the nice duplex reticles, so I need either a fine crosshair, or maybe an illuminated Mil-Dot. I probably won't shoot further than, say, 600 yards or so, but I won't rule out trying an occasional 1000-yard shot at paper or steel, if the opportunity arises. The Garand shoots .30-'06. The rounds are a bit light, though, to prevent damaging the operating rod. Can I get some suggestions? I've been thinking HARD on a Weaver K6, an old one in a steel tube if possible, but they seem a bit tough to find.