**EDIT** I changed my mind on what I wanted to do with the rig and optic combo....My original idea wasn't going to really be a good fit for the gun, or the desire to use the optic later for other stuff. Thus Ive made some changes to my criteria in choosing a scope. Looking for a new scope for the 28 Nosler. I have a first-gen Midas BTR on there right now, but for a host of reasons I want something else, and none of my other scopes will work because of the thing's propensity to bounce brass of sticky-out turrets. The Noslers mostly a toy, but I want to give the gun and round as close to a fair shake as I can. It will be used on targets as far out as I can manage to make hits (sometimes ill shoot at rocks on hills well past my rangefinder's ability to read). It will also be used for mid-range hunting, with shots out to 400-500yds right now, and possibly farther if I ever get good enough to be confident....and willing to walk that far. The available budget is probably going to be 1200 +/- depending on the deals I can find, and stuff i can dump etc. . ***EDITED*** Primarily windage turret can be no longer than 3/4" and preferably capped. Must be MOA based, and matching. Must have accurate adjustments, and/or an evenly graduated reticle. They don't have to easily adjust on the fly tho. Must have 14+ on the top end, which also dictates focusability, and a 42+ dia objective. Must be Second Focal Plane beyond that ill try anything. This will also be a scope that stays around and gets moved from gun to gun as my interest changes I'm sure. I have a Zeiss 3-15x42 as my "general" purpose hunting scope, so this can be heavier and more long-range specific.