Recoil is pretty stout on those and more so for the 212. Nikon does a series of "Slughunter" scopes with BDC optimized for the slug characteristics Nikon SlugHunter/Shotgun Hunter | Hunting Rifle Scopes
I have a regular "Monarch" on mine and I don't use BDC reticles, but you could also consider the M223 2-8x32 BDC, the key thing is that the BDC version has a low profile target style turret marked in MOA. So you could make a drop chart that you clear tape to the stock of your gun, range the buck, dial up the elevation and aim dead on instead of needing to do holdover. One of the reasons I don't like the BDC reticle is that the aiming points are only "calibrated" at one particular magnification, usually maximum. Whereas with a decent turret (not hidden under a cover) you can just dial the correction and shoot.
M-223 2-8x32 with BDC 600 Reticle from Nikon
If you get the Non BDC you will find that the turret is marked in yards for a 223 bullet, useless for your needs.