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Mounting a scope, by itself, doesn’t necessarily do anything.
If you have a scope you need a good one, clear optics. A cheapie scope is no advantage in the grey dim light of dawn/dusk.
I have a weaver K4 that yields 15 extra minutes of hunting vs naked eye.
I have a simmons scope that yields nothing.
A Tasco scope will yield nothing.
I have a old Redfield that will give a lot of extra daylight.
In broad daylight all the scopes will look bright, it is in the prime hunting dim light that a quality scope shows its worth.