I like the scope very much. For hunting (including LR) or long range plinking I like more power but I feel this is a very good all around scope that can reach out to great distances just fine as long as you aren't shooting at tiny targets.
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Tracking is 100% repeatable, the turrets don't make much of an audible click but are very stiff and positive and stay put well while hunting. These scopes have been around awhile now and developed a really good reputation for durability.
The Weaver is also very nice and would be very high on my list. I'd make the choice on what size/weight/magnification you think would make you the happiest. The 3-9 is lighter, more compact, is more "point and shoot" simple without sidefocus which is often what people prefer for general hunting.
The Weaver will have a bit better glass, allow you to see details at long range better, eliminating parallax may shrink your groups a bit at long range but is a good bit bigger and heavier.