I did a rough drop test this morning at the range. It needs to be verified again in the field. But -- we all need to know what we are dealing with in total moa drop out to, say, 120 yards to know what our scope needs may be.
The Accupoint scope ($140) offered by PSE is what I have been using. PSE shopped pretty hard to find one that wan't too expensive for their market, our market is used to spending much more. And PSE understood the need for an airgun type of recoil tolerance and the need for gobs of vertical capacity. The parallax is decent. I found I needed only 2 positions on the dial to handle everything out to 100 yards. Up to 40(?) yards I set mine at 40, from there out to 100 I set mine to 90.Otherwise I leave it alone as I change distance. Yours could be different.
This one has 6 mildots above and below, making there 13 points to work with. At 9 power, that is 41 moa, not enough, but at 3 power it is 123 moa, just enough.