Lots of good options out there.
I ran a Vortex Razor
this weeken at the K&M Precision rifle class. It performed flawlessly. Great glass, positive clicks, tracked well, and easy to get behind. Good FOV. Constant eye relief. No matter what power I was on the eye relief didn't seem to change (unlike the leupold's I've tried). FFP and zero stop are standard. 35mm tube and 10 moa per rev on the mil/mil model. Good bit of internal adjustment.
I also really like the new Nightforce ATACR
. Again, a ton of adjustment in this scope. Just got a shipment this week so I haven't gotten a chance to shoot it yet but I have taken it out to check the glass out. It's awesome. Sfp might be a big deal to some power, but running it on half power you just double your values. No big deal. The new Mil-r reticle is really nice for shooting movers.
The nightforce nxs 5.5-22
has always been a great option as well. Again SFP, but there is a mark for half power so to me no big deal.
But since you are looking to spend less cash....the vortex pst
is getting very popular on the line. Matching turret/reticles are standard. Ffp or SFP versions. Zero stop like mechanism is standard. Illuminated reticle is standard. The Sfp version has the factor located on the opposite side of the power ring. Good investment in my opinion.
I've always like the talley picatinny rail
along with griffin armament rings