No matter what sight you put on it you have to spend time with it, springers are finicky critters. You do have to find a sight that's rated for a springer though, they have a back-and-forth motion. Not like a centerfire rifle.. that kind of air rifle will kill a good scope if it's not rated for it.
Springers kill scopes with crosshairs, however I believe that those with the crosshairs etched on glass will work.
A red dot has no crosshairs to get jerked around so any red-dot should work.
Daisy still sells a $5.95 red-dot that works just fine.
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My understanding has been that all the "internals" of a sight are differently rated, maybe I'm painting with too broad of a brush. What bugeye noted makes sense. I'd hafta check. Checkout Pyramyd Air .. they offer plenty of red dot sights for air rifles at a decent price.