Re: Any reports on Sightron 8-32x56??
Depending on your purpose I wouldn't hesitate to buy one. I have the 8-32x56 S-III and use it for long range varmints and target shooting on my .284/6Dasher. Originally the scope I bought had the 1/4" dot, which was too big. So I had it converted to fine cross hair.
The optics are really decent. One day there were perfect conditions for optical viewing, I was able to see bullet holes/smudges at 900 and 1000 yards in the white of my Caldwell Tip Top targets. I've also had 2 or 3 NF owners honestly say that my scope was just as good as their NF scopes, and even brighter on same power level.
The tracking has been excellent, though I have done no tests other than real life shooting situations and F-Class. Clicks are light, which is most peoples biggest complaint. It is certainly not a problem in the fashion I use the scope.
I just was shooting rockchucks out to a mile and with the proper base set-up you'll have enough elevation to actually dial in the shot with most cartridges for mile shooting. I was running a 20 M.O.A. base in conjunction with Burris Sig Zees.