You will need a scope housingjb142 said:I've been shooting about a year now and am considering going to a scope for indoor dots. I already have a Sure Loc sight I've been shooting with pins. Any opinions on which power and brand to try?
Ditto. I find a yellow dot melds with the target at 20 yards. I used a circle for a long time but now like the small yellow dot the best, try several to see which you like. If you can stand movement and relax, a 6-8x gives you a nice picture, and solid area to aim at, but it will be moving up a storm..................cksstarnes said:Lots of good scopes out there, but I prefer the Sure-Loc Black Eagle in a 4 power.
Since all you have ever shot is pins, you dont want to over power yourself with your first scope, you wont like what you see and that would be more perceived movement. I would not go above a 3 or 4 power to start with,