Re: Prevent turret from turning?
If I had something yanking on my scope enough to turn the turrets, the least I'd be worried about is the turret turning.
I believe I'd focus on removing the cause, or resort to getting way closer to game.
I don't mean to sound like a jerk. It's just that long range hunting mandates a bit of precision in guns, so LR guns need to be taken care of.
That is the stock, barrel, action fit/bedding/screws, rings, scope body, lenses, turrets, and level.