The 8 Best Rifle Scopes In 2024

Last updated on February 26th, 2024

There are many elements that make a scope a contender to be one of the best rifle scopes on the market. The quality of the glass, magnification range, field of view, how well its constructed and many other factors that need to be considered in the ever-advancing field of premium optics. The shortlist below narrows down the eight best scopes available in 2024 to long range target shooters. The list will be updated throughout the year as new optics become available.

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EDITORS PICK

Schmidt & Bender PM II 6-36×56

The best glass on the market, tough build from one of the best optics companies in the world

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PRS FAVORITE

Nightforce ATACR 7-35×56

High magnification with clear glass and tough exterior

BEST VALUE

Vortex Razor Gen III 6-36×56

Best warranty in the optics world combined with smooth turrets and great glass

MODERN LONG DISTANCE PICK

Zero Compromise ZC840 8-40×56

New to the market the 840 has a massive magnification range with great glass

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COMPETITION READY

Kahles K525i DLR 5-25×56

Packs features for competitions with a wide field of view

PROFESSIONAL PICK

Steiner M7Xi 4-28×56

Built tough and with a proven track record of performance

Best Premium Long Range Shooting Scopes

AMERICAN FAVORITE

Leupold Mark 5 HD 7-35×56

Cheapest of the 8 but packs great features for the money.

BEST TURRETS

Tangent Theta 5-25x56mm

Wide field of view and the best turrets on the market

Schmidt & Bender PM II 6-36×56

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The team at Schmidt & Bender have released new updates to the well known Police and Military ‘PM’ II series. The long time favourite has been updated in late 2022 with the illumination dial being integrated into parallax dial. Traditionally the PM series have had larger/taller elevation turrets than most high end optics on the market, but S&B have redesigned this version of the PM II to be much more slim line. The revised versions lower profile turrets are more in line with other tactical turret systems available from other manufacturers. The ridges on the magnification ring have also been enlarged to assist magnification changes without using a throw lever.

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The scope weighs in at 940 grams which isn’t the heaviest optic listed, but it’s certainly not a lightweight optic. At 390mm in length with a solid 34mm tube, this scope is well sized for serious shooting applications. The magnification range of 6-36x makes it one of the most long distance capable choices on the list. There are several turret adjustment configurations such as DT27, DT35, DT II+, and MT II, each with its own elevation and windage specs. More info on S&B turrets can be found on their site. The parallax adjustment start at 20 meters out to infinity, and there is illumination included. For those of you who find yourselves in harsh environments, this scope is waterproof up to 3 meters and operational in temperatures of –46 to +61°C.

Colour options include the traditional Black and the light brown RAL8000, giving you some options. Lastly the reticles available are the P5FL and GR²ID, both great choices for precision shooting. The PM II’s have an amazing reputation in the long distance shooting community and are hard to beat on quality. For my own personal long range rifle, I chose a PM II.

Quick Stats: Schmidt & Bender PM II

Glass Germany
Magnification Range6-36×56
Weight995g/35.1oz
Eye Relief90mm/3.54in

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Schmidt & Bender PM II 6-36×56

Nightforce ATACR 7-35×56

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The Nightforce B.E.A.S.T would have been here to represent Nightforce but it is discontinued, so the next best thing from Nightforce takes its place, the ATACR. The rugged and reliable Nightforce ATACR has proven itself to be one of the most popular long range optics in the world. It’s unlikely you will attend a precision rifle match in 2024 without seeing a Nightforce ATACR. The variety of reticles, incredibly tough construction and amazing reputation make this a popular choice for the long range shooter.

It’s got a high magnification range of 7-35x designed for reach out over long distances. The body of the ATACR is built around a sturdy 34mm tube. Size wise, it measures an overall length of 16.0 inches. It’s not exactly lightweight at 39.3 oz/1113 g but like the other optics on the list, high magnification and high quality come at a cost of weight.

The internal adjustment range is 100 MOA/29 MRAD of elevation and 60 MOA/17 MRAD of windage. Parallax adjustment starts at 11 yards and goes all the way to infinity. The eye relief is a comfortable 3.6 inches, which is about standard across the range.

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Then there’s the ZeroStop feature on the elevation. It’s necessary to quickly return to your original zero, no matter how many adjustments you’ve made after dialling up. A power throw lever comes standard, making magnification changes easy. Whether you’re a competitive shooter or just someone who appreciates great optics, the ATACR is a premium choice and an easy inclusion in the best rifle scopes list.

Quick Stats: Nightforce ATACR

Glass Japan
Magnification Range7-35×56
Weight1113g/39.3oz
Eye Relief91mm/3.6in

Vortex Razor Gen III 6-36×56

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In early 2022, Vortex Optics unveiled the much-anticipated Gen III iteration of its Razor series. This latest version boasts a higher magnification range compared to its predecessor and simplifies zero-stop adjustments with just one set screw to undo in the elevation turret. The Gen II Razor from Vortex gained acclaim in the target shooting community for its professional-grade features and reasonable price point. It’s reassuring to see Vortex’s commitment to evolving the Razor series, striking an excellent balance between affordability and quality. I had the opportunity to test the Gen III on loan from Vortex back in November 2023 for a few weeks, comparing it against my Steiner and S&B.

The magnification range is notably impressive, spanning from 6x to 36x, making it suitable for a wide range of long-distance shooting tasks and keeping pace with its competitors. With a 56mm objective lens, the Gen III ensures a generous and clear field of view. Reticle options include the EBR-7D in both MOA and MRAD configurations. These ‘Christmas tree’ style reticles by Vortex offer effective holdover capabilities without obstructing the field of view excessively due to their thinner lines. Additionally, Vortex has outfitted the Gen III Razor with exposed locking turrets, a feature I hadn’t realized I needed until experiencing their convenience firsthand.

The tube diameter measures 34mm, a standard size prevalent in optics offering expansive magnification ranges. Parallax can be adjusted from 10 yards to infinity, catering to various shooting distances. With maximum windage and elevation adjustments of 52.5 MOA and 120 MOA respectively, there’s ample room for precise adjustments. Each turret rotation shifts the point of impact by 25 MOA.

Eye relief is a comfortable 3.5 inches, a standard measurement suitable for most shooters. The scope spans 15.3 inches in length and weighs 45.1 oz., leaning towards the heavier side. However, given the scope’s feature set, this weight is expected. It’s worth considering the weight, especially if pairing it with a hefty rifle. To sum up, the Vortex Optics Razor Gen III stands as a premier optic, combining top-tier glass and robust construction at a relatively accessible price point. Vortex’s attention to detail in the Razor line is evident, making it a compelling choice for discerning shooters.

Quick Stats: Vortex Razor Gen III

Glass Japan
Magnification 6-36×56
Weight1278g/45.1oz
Eye Relief
89mm/ 3.5in

Zero Compromise ZC840 8-40×56

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The company is relatively new compared to the competition, being founded in 2018 but they have been gaining traction around the world with sporting shooters and hunters looking for high quality glass and bomb proof construction. We finally have a distributor here in Aus so its been good to see them at the range. Zero Compromise optics feature a very robust construction and are known to use high quality glass with high light transmission in their scopes. The company has produced a solid contender for one of the best rifle scopes available.

This variant from Zero Compromise features a magnification range of 8-40x, which is a mammoth amount to use and puts it at the top of might mag optics on offer. The objective lens diameter is the larger 56mm, in line with the competitors. Parallax adjustment is from 10 meters, out to infinity. Light transmission is impressive being listed as 92%. This means clearer, brighter images, even in lower light conditions.

The tube diameter is 36mm, and the scope’s overall length is 440mm. It weighs in at 1175g, which makes this of the largest scope on the list, but keep that mag range in mind. The illuminated reticle is available in red or green, offering options for personal preferences. The locking elevation and windage turrets are also included on the ZC. All in all, the Zero Compromise 8-40×56 scope stands out as a high magnification premium scope.

Quick Stats: Zero Compromise ZC840

Glass Austria
Magnification Range8-40×56
Weight1148g/40.5oz
Eye Relief89mm/3.54in

Zero Compromise ZC840 8-40×56

Kahles K525i DLR 5-25×56

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The Kahles K525i Dynamic Long Range (DLR) optic stands out as one of the most cutting-edge scopes available today. As a part of the esteemed Swarovski group, Kahles has built a reputation for crafting impressive optics in recent years, particularly tailored for the competitive shooting arena. Notably, the windage turret of this optic can be positioned on either the left or right side to suit individual preferences. Setting it apart from its competitors, the parallax adjustment dial is conveniently located beneath the top elevation turret, ensuring easier access for parallax adjustments.

Given its association with the Swarovski family and its corresponding price point, the Kahles K525i is expected to deliver exceptional clarity. Impressively, it lives up to this expectation with a sharp image and superior light transmission. During testing, the optic demonstrated clarity even at higher magnifications, with no chromatic aberration detected across the magnification range. The magnification ring operates smoothly, in line with industry standards. The DLR model features a throw lever attached to the magnification ring, facilitating rapid changes in magnification—a feature aimed at enhancing performance for precision rifle competitors in competitions. While the magnification lever might potentially interfere with the bolt handle depending on the setup, it is easily removable if necessary.

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The elevation turret on the i525 DLR also features larger numbers specifically designed to enable the user to stay behind the rifle and not move off the cheek weld when making adjustments. In the price bracket of the optic some features are expected such as zerostop  which does come included with the K525i. Reticles are a personal choice as each user of the optic will be using it for different purposes and have their own preferences. The reticle on offer from Kahles for the K525i is the SKMR4. The reticle is designed by Shannon Kay the owner of the PRS series and K&M Precision Rifle Training Shooting Complex in the US. The reticle covers all bases for long range hunters, target shooting and competition shooters.

Overall the K525i stacks up well against the competition and brings a lot of new features to the fight. For the precision rifle competitor the advantages and unique features of the optic are hard to look past. The K525i is a very capable optic with high-quality glass, reliability and well-thought-out features. We can’t wait to see what else is in the works from Kahles and how they continue to make it into the best rifle scopes list.

Quick Stats: Kahles K525i

Glass Austria
Magnification Range5-25×56
Weight992g/35.0oz
Eye Relief94mm/3.74in

Steiner M7Xi 4-28×56

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Steiner is known for producing high-quality battlefield optics that are built to survive tough conditions. The slightly lower magnification range in comparison to other scopes shouldn’t stop you from considering the Steiner. One of the biggest drawcards for me to this optic are the reticles they have on offer, as they are some of my favourite tactical styles and offer a good selection to target shooters and MIL/LE users. My second favorite part to the M7Xi is the elevation turret features a small revolution indicator that pops out of the top of the turret on the second lap. So when your dialling up in a hurry you know what rotation your on.

The scope’s length is 15.2 inches, and it weighs in at a manageable 33.5oz / 949g. These dimensions give it some weight but that also provides confidence that its built well enough to take a hit and still work. Parallax starts from 50 meters on the low end which is a little higher than most others in this catagory. The M7Xi comes nitrogen-filled, ensuring it remains fog free in changing temperatures and humid conditions. Plus, it’s waterproof and fogproof, making it reliable in harsh weather conditions.

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The glass quality, features, solid construction and battlefield history of the M7Xi truly make it one of the best rifle scopes available.

Quick Stats: Steiner M7Xi

Glass Germany
Magnification Range4-28×56
Weight949g/33.5oz
Eye Relief87mm/3.43in

Leupold Mark 5 HD 7-35×56

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Leupold has a long history in the US, eventually becoming an optics company in 1947 after originally starting out as a surveying company. From there Leupold have become one of the most recognised optics manufacturers in the world. The high quality, made in the USA reputation of Leupold added to our excitement for checking out the MK5. A tactical optic at this price point has to be built tough and thankfully the Leupold Mark 5HD doesn’t disappoint. The 35mm maintube is solid and gives the shooter confidence in the durability of the scope. The size of the maintube needs to be considered when purchasing rings for the optic, as it takes 35mm rings.

The larger 7-36×56 magnification is truly a beast when you will be reaching out to some extremely long ranges. The higher magnification does come with some payoffs as the weight of the optic increases. Leupold have some great reticles to choose from and the Mark 5HD comes in six different reticles to suit a variety of users preferences, including the popular Tremor3.

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At this price point, the turrets are where the Mark 5HD starts gaining an advantage from the competition. The optic offers familiar zeroing where you remove screws, move the turret to the new zero and tighten up the screws. Leupold included a feature on the elevation turret that sets it apart from the competition. Leupold have added a button on the elevation turret that when pressed it lets the elevation setting change. The button is easy to use and fantastic feature for a rifle that gets heavy field use.  

The MK5 HD is a great choice for shooters looking for an American made long range scope that is reliable and built for field use. For long range hunting, the weight and simple reticle options make the Mark 5HD difficult to pass up.

Quick Stats: Leupold Mark 5 HD

Glass USA
Magnification Range7-35×56
Weight935g/33oz
Eye Relief96mm/3.8in

Tangent Theta 5-25x56mm

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The Theta is popular amongst precision rifle competitors in the US due to its wide field of view and high quality glass. What sets this optic apart from the competitors is that it arguably has the most satisfying turrets of all the best rifle scopes on the market. Another unique feature of the Theta is how the scope is zeroed. Traditionally, the scopes zerostop is set by unscrewing the turret and moving it to the zero position. The top centre of the Theta turret turns, allowing you to set your zero and lock it back down. It’s a handy way of setting zero without any tools required. Like the Schmidt & Bender PM II, the turret also has a pop-up revolution indicator.

Diving into the Theta’s specs, it has a magnification range of 5-25x, which is a good range for most shooting distances. The length of the scope is 425mm and weighs in at 1150g, which as covered above are pretty standard in this category. The tube diameter is 34mm, and the objective lens diameter is 56mm. There are a huge range of reticle choices available which is massive strength for the optic. The total adjustment range for elevation is 30 MRAD / 103 MOA and for windage, it’s +/- 10 MRAD / 34 MOA.  Adjustments are made in 0.1 MRAD or 1/4 MOA increments.

Parallax adjustment ranges from 50m out to infinity. The illumination has 11 settings, offering a lot of options for the user. This optic does not disappoint, being a finely crafted piece of equipment. If its in your price range you wont be disappointed.

Quick Stats: Tangent Theta

Glass Canada
Magnification Range5-25×56
Weight1155g/40.7oz
Eye Relief88mm/3.5in

Considerations When Buying a Rifle Scope

You will no doubt have specific features you are chasing in an optic, whether its magnification range, long eye relief or a specific price point. The tables below list out common specifications that are important to users when selecting an optic.

Price Comparison For Best Rifle Scopes

Firstly, consider the financial outlay when purchasing a high end rifle scope. The price is intricately linked to various performance characteristics such as the quality of the glass, the manufacturing quality and reliability of the adjustments in the turrets. When shooting long distance in this price range it’s essential to align your budget with your specific needs. For instance, if your long range shooting and exceeding 1000 yards in low light, a premium scope with quality components in this price range helps enormously. There are some substantial differences in prices of these scopes. The Vortex Razor is at least 2,000 USD cheaper than the Schmidt & Bender PM II. It might not have the quality of glass as the PM II but the Razor is still a very capable premium optic.

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Schmidt & Bender PM II 6-36×565,500+ USD
Nightforce ATACR 7-35×563,000+ USD
Vortex Razor Gen III 6-36×562,999 USD
Zero Compromise ZC840 8-40×564,000+ USD
Kahles K525i DLR 5-25×563,499+ USD
Steiner M7Xi 4-28×563,600+ USD
Leupold Mark 5 HD 7-35×562,600+ USD
Tangent Theta 5-25×565,000+ USD

If you are eyeing off premium optics but don’t mind a couple of scope ring marks, you can sometimes score these optics as ex showroom demo’s. You can save a few hundred by checking out EuroOptics Showroom Demo’s here.

Rifle Scope Glass 

The price of a rifle scope is closely tied to the quality of the glass used in its optics, with higher-quality glass typically comes a higher price point. A general rule of thumb when budgeting for a rifle scope is to allocate a similar amount to what you spent on the rifle itself. While not a strict guideline, it provides a useful reference for balancing your investment between the rifle and the scope.

The following table illustrates the origin of the glass used in each scope. For many buyers of premium optics, the manufacturing origin of the glass carries alot of weight. These top-tier scopes have earned their place on the “best scopes list” due to their exceptional glass quality, which is reflected in the esteemed reputation of the countries listed below. German and Austrian glass, renowned as some of the best in the world, commands a higher price point, as evident in the table.

Schmidt & Bender PM IIGermany
Nightforce ATACRJapan
Vortex Razor Gen IIIJapan
Zero Compromise ZC840Austria
Kahles K525i DLRAustria
Steiner M7XiGermany
Leupold Mark 5USA
Tangent Theta Canada

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Rifle scope optical lenses undergo treatment with different coatings to improve light transmission and contrast, factors that can affect the optic’s overall price.

The four main types of lens coatings include:

  1. Coated: One layer on at least one surface.
  2. Fully Coated: A single layer on all external glass surfaces.
  3. Multi Coated: Multiple layers on at least one surface.
  4. Fully Multi Coated: Multiple layers on all external glass surfaces.

All optics listed here are high-end rifle scopes and feature fully multi-coated lenses.

Rifle Scope Magnification Range

Magnification refers to how much closer the target appears through the scope compared to viewing with the naked eye. For instance, setting an optic at 10x magnification means the object appears 10 times larger than it does to the naked eye. The following bullet points serve as a guide to determine the appropriate magnification for different shooting distances:

  • Shooting up to 100m/100 yards: 1-4x magnification
  • Shooting up to 200m/200 yards: 5-8x magnification
  • Shooting beyond 200m/200 yards: 9-12x magnification
  • Long-range shooting, typically between 20-35x magnification

All scopes offered here feature a large objective lens of 56mm, which effectively captures ample light and delivers a crisp image. While magnification ranges may vary among manufacturers, each optic offered is capable of reaching distances beyond 1000 yards, making them suitable for long-range shooting.

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Schmidt & Bender PM II6-36×56
Nightforce ATACR7-35×56
Vortex Razor Gen III6-36×56
Zero Compromise ZC8408-40×56
Kahles K525i DLR5-25×56
Steiner M7Xi4-28×56
Leupold Mark 57-35×56
Tangent Theta 5-25×56

Rifle Scope Weight

There is a spread of weights between the scopes with the Vortex Razor III being the heaviest and the Mark 5 the lightest. The weight of an optic becomes very important if you are spending a lot of time on foot where the weight of the rifle combined with the weight of the bipod and the optic can become a burden. Choose an optic with a weight that combined with your rifle will suit your style of shooting.

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Schmidt & Bender PM II995g/35.1oz
Nightforce ATACR1113g/39.3oz
Vortex Razor Gen III1278g/45.1oz
Zero Compromise ZC8401148g/40.5oz
Kahles K525i DLR992g/35.0oz
Steiner M7Xi949g/33.5oz
Leupold Mark 5935g/33oz
Tangent Theta 1155g/40.7oz

Rifle Scope Eye Relief

Eye relief refers to the distance between the eyepiece of a rifle scope and the shooter’s eye, ensuring an undistorted, full field of view. It is a crucial aspect of rifle scopes, particularly for users who wear glasses, as it directly impacts usability. Sufficient eye relief is essential for comfortable shooting, enabling a natural and relaxed head and eye position. This becomes especially significant during extended periods at the range. Inadequate eye relief can result in a narrowed field of view, hindering the ability to effectively track and aim at targets. Therefore, selecting a scope with the appropriate eye relief is paramount for ensuring a comfortable and precise shooting experience.

Most of the optics have a very similar eye relief with only the Kahles and Leupold standing out from the pack with larger ranges. If you wear glasses you may be suited to an optic with a little more eye relief.

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Schmidt & Bender PM II90mm/3.54in
Nightforce ATACR91mm/3.6in
Vortex Razor Gen III89mm/ 3.5in
Zero Compromise ZC84089mm/3.54in
Kahles K525i DLR94mm/3.74in
Steiner M7Xi87mm/3.43in
Leupold Mark 596mm/3.8in
Tangent Theta 88mm/3.5in

Rifle Scope Adjustment In MIL & MOA

Each of these measurements serves to aid in calculating bullet trajectory. Below is an informative comparison photo illustrating the size disparities between MILs (Milliradians) and MOA (Minute of Angle). This image effectively showcases the extent of travel represented by each ‘click’ of the scope turret.

At 100 meters, one milliradian equals 10cm, while one minute of angle at 100 yards is equivalent to 1.047 inches, typically rounded down to 1 inch. MOA scope turrets often adjust in increments of 1/4 (0.25) MOA (1/4 inch at 100 yards), while milliradian scopes typically adjust in increments of 1/10th (0.1) MIL (1 centimeter at 100 meters).

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Most of the top-tier long-range shooting scopes are available in both MOA and MIL measurements. When deciding between these options, a helpful starting point is considering which measurement system aligns with your natural thinking. If you’re accustomed to measuring in centimeters and meters, MILs may be the better choice, whereas if you prefer inches and yards, MOA might be more suitable. Sticking with your familiar measurement system simplifies adjustments without the need for conversions. Whether you opt for MIL or MOA, it’s generally advisable to avoid switching back and forth between linear measurements unless operationally necessary. Instead, remain consistent with the system you’re accustomed to and select a scope accordingly.

Rifle Scope Reticle Type

Two major factors significantly affect how the reticle operates overall: whether the optic is Second Focal Plane (SFP) or First Focal Plane (FFP). In FFP optics, the reticle size adjusts with changes in magnification, ensuring that the reticle hashmarks remain consistent with the scope’s magnification level. This feature is crucial when utilizing ranging functions integrated into certain reticles.

Conversely, in SFP scopes, the reticle maintains a constant size regardless of the magnification setting. As a result, the reticle hashmarks are accurate only at a specific magnification, typically indicated by a dot on the magnification ring. Utilizing a scope’s reticle hashmarks to estimate target distance eliminates the need for a rangefinder. FFP scopes typically command a higher price than SFP scopes due to their ranging assistance capability.

Reticles serve as a point of aim, with hunting reticles generally being simpler than those designed for target rifles. This simplicity in hunting reticles facilitates quick target identification and shot placement.

Duplex Reticle

Reticles designed for target shooting frequently incorporate multiple hash marks to aid users in making shots at extended distances. When shooting over long distances, gravity exerts a more significant influence on the projectile’s trajectory as it travels. Additionally, wind can affect the projectile’s path. The hash marks on the reticle serve to compensate for bullet drop and wind drift by allowing shooters to hold over at a lower point on the reticle.

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Utilising hold-overs can be a quicker alternative to dialing windage and elevation changes on the scopes turrets.

Best Rifle Scopes Conclusion

In the world of premium rifle scopes, the diversity in options from magnification ranges, reticles, eye relief, glass origin to turret configurations means that choosing a single scope isn’t an easy task. The key lies in identifying features that aligns with your shooting requirements and budget. Once you’ve honed in on the important factors for you, you can then refine your choice to the finer details, comparing models with those specifics to find the perfect match for your shooting needs.

EDITORS PICK

Schmidt & Bender PM II 6-36×56

The best glass on the market, tough build from one of the best optics companies in the world

PRS FAVORITE

Nightforce ATACR 7-35×56

High magnification with clear glass and tough exterior

Best Premium Long Range Shooting Scopes

BEST VALUE

Vortex Razor Gen III 6-36×56

Best warranty in the optics world combined with smooth turrets and great glass

Best Premium Long Range Shooting Scopes

MODERN LONG DISTANCE PICK

Zero Compromise ZC840 8-40×56

New to the market the 840 has a massive magnification range with great glass

COMPETITION READY

Kahles K525i DLR 5-25×56

Packs features for competitions with a wide field of view

PROFESSIONAL PICK

Steiner M7Xi 4-28×56

Built tough and with a proven track record of performance

Best Premium Long Range Shooting Scopes

AMERICAN FAVORITE

Leupold Mark 5 HD 7-35×56

Cheapest of the 8 but packs great features for the money.

BEST TURRETS

Tangent Theta 5-25x56mm

Wide field of view and the best turrets on the market

We also have a separate list for the 8 Best Scopes Under $1000 and the 8 Best Hunting Scopes Available in 2024.

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