I did not catch that. Thanks!As this was posted in the muzzleloader forum, should we believe the OP was referring to muzzleloader scopes?
I'm running a Nikon P-RIMFIRE 2-7x32mm BDC 150. In my opinion and as others noted, it depends on the cartridge you're shooting, distance, and your goal. I originally found a scope while reading this .17 hmr scope guide. Optics planet guide is good, too IMO. There are a LOT of great tips on this forum as well and Google. I'd highly, highly recommend researching everything you can about your weapon then select a scope.What scope are you guys running on your setup?
I'll go against the grain here. Considering your set-up and that you are likely new to muzzleloading, it's unlikely you will shoot at anything beyond 100 yards with less than 50 yards much more likely. A 300 yards shot is a very long poke unless you are really working with your loads (bullet/powder/primer) to fine tune them to be accurate out that far, and few would choose powerbelts as a long range projectile.I will be shooting a traditions muzzleloader with a 295 grain powerbelt bullet to start with. I'm not against changing loads to find one that performs better out of my gun. I would like to keep my shots 300 or less.
I have this scope. The reticle drop marks matches up almost perfect to my load at 100, 200, and 250. 250 is stretching the energy required to kill with a 250 FTX. I would recommend that with a 295 you stay under 200. At 300 your dropping like a rock with little to no energy.For a muzz Gun I suggest the Leupold VX Freedom SABR scope designed for them. I have an older Leupold 3-9 with the DABR reticle and like it a lot. It gives you hold over points for loads to 300 yards. I would guess it to be $300 or do....