You are going to pay around $100 or so for a BSA Platinum target scope. May I suggest a Simmons Whitetail Classic 6.5X20X50mm. They are $100 when you can find them on sale. I have two of them and I have found they are a pretty good scope for the money. The faults are they have a course cross hair; although, I have shot sub .5 MOA groups with both of them. They have a wrinkle finish (could be good or bad, depends on your preference), that can chip off and they do have a large 50MM objective bell so you will have to use high mounts. The positives are the optics are fairly clear (for a $100 scope). Both of mine hold their zeros, but I have not dropped them or have they seen any harsh conditions, like bouncing around on a 4 wheeler. They seem to be fairly rugged though. They have been reviewed several times by different people and they have all said basically the same things I did about them. I have heard good about BSA scopes and I have heard bad about them. I think they are like the Tasco scopes, If you get the correct models they will be OK, but not some others. I have stayed away from BSA for that reason, I do not know enough about them to pick a good one. I have one modern Tasco, it is a Varmint 2.5X10X42mm with mildots. I have it mounted on a customized 10-22; I have had no problems with it and I can shoot some pretty impressive groups with it. Of course there is not much recoil and again I have not dropped it. If I were to do it over, I would have got a Mueller APV for it. I have a Mueller APV 4.5X14X40mm on a 22 Hornet and it is a great scope for the money ($115 + free 3" sun shade+free shipping). I am not sure how it would hold up under heavy recoil. Both times I dropped a gun with a scope mounted, the zero shifted to one side or the other. Both times I was able to rezero and every thing was fine. Both scopes were cheaper ones. One was a 3X9X32 Simmons 22 Mag and the other one was a Bushnell Banner. Good luck to you, no matter which one you choose.