For shooting .308 at ranges from not under 100 to not over 300 yards. Target shooting at paper from bench or a bipod. I want to stay with a fixed power scope only. After much deliberation, I'm all set to pull the trigger on one of the redoubtable SWFA SS (fixed)x42 Tactical 30mm Riflescopes. I know that the military has said "1x every 100yds" and guys are shooting 1000 yards with a fixed 10 power. And I understand police/SWAT don't go over 6x for 50 - 100yds. But a recent conversation with another shooter, I mentioned I would also use the rifle/scope combination to check the accuracy of my load development, he then suggested going to a higher power in the SWFA line. For those times I want to "aim small, miss small" for ammo testing has me reconsidering a little more power in the SFWA line. QUESTION: Can the avg. shooter get MOA at 100yd on 10x power for reloading development? Or do you need 12x or 16x? I want to balance tactical rifle realism, FOV, Power, and Image Clarity. SWFA SS 10x42 or SWFA SS 12x42 or SWFA SS 16x42??