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I currently have a Sightron 1x scope on t/c muzzleloader. I am thinking of using a red dot scope. Is there a good red dot scope out there that would adapt to the 1" tube scope mount or do I have to purchase a weaver dove tail mount?
 

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I am sure there's some good red dot scopes out there, I just haven't had any luck with them. I like the Vortex 1X24 scope. It's bright, clear, and it doesn't make your sight appear further away than with the naked eye. Actually makes it look a bit magnified.

I've enjoyed the scope, but others might feel different.
 

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I had to get the weaver mount plate to mount my red dot onto a T/C omega.

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I put a Burris speed-dot 135 on a t/c omega and really like it. Had to put a weaver base on but the red dot scope came with the rings.
 

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I have a Aimpoint. it has a 2 MOA dot and a 5 year battery life if left on.
Never a moments problem with it.
I have a Burris Speed Bead on my shotgun and like it also. But its a 6 MOA dot.

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Red dot

If it were me, I would hold off as scope magnification is being discussed by the wildlife Board and I think they will probably allow up to 4x scopes. Just my two cents......
 
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I have had a Millet Red Dot on mine for years with no problems.
 
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