Exactly+1 for champ & his life partner
If you want tracking & "keeping a zero" reliability step it up & save for a nightforce. Internal components are what keep that stuff together & thats the benefit of NF, US optics, etc... Theres more to long range hunting then magnification. Once you lose clear visibility of a few 100"+ coues right at dusk you'll realize the differences in scopes. If you hunt 1weekend a yr get a vortex. U can use it to pound your tent stakes in too. For your price range the leupold is were my money would go.
You need to re figure your loads or resizing or something, that's horible.Sorry ( O MIGHTY DELW) let me rephrase myself. He never said it was a better scope but for the amount of shooting I do 2-3 times a year and the distance I planned to use it, I was fine with the 900 scope and probably didn't need to spend 2k. For my needs it seems to work well and fit the bill, but then again I don't shoot every week.
That's the only boat anchor they have that's worth a shit, but still a nf is the best for the money, you can spend a coledge fund on sb,uso etc.... NF and mrk 4 is the best for the money period. Like I've said I've only had problems with 2 mrk 4s that didnt box test perfectly and repeatably, they were fixed or replaced the first time back to leupold.and the nf beast suks,don't waste your money.ChampsukzD- thats all u got? Bush league bro... But nice try
Bass1234- what vortex are you referring to in his price range? The razor is nice but too much $$$