I would suggest looking at a holographic sight. These sights are great as you do not lose any field of view. I have one on my 12 gauge slug gun and my Ruger 10/22 with a target bull barrel. Both sights are 2 MOA (dot covers 2 inches at 100 yards). I can consistently hit gophers well over 100 yards with the 10/22. This sight is great for deer in heavy cover and low light, especially when the legal hunting day has just started or is about to end. From my tower, I shot a doe running towards me in heavy cover when the hunting day was almost over (low light). I could not have had a good shot if I had been using a conventional or red dot scope.