Nope, my Nightforce and Mark 4 are both SFP scopes.
Been waiting for a free moment to update this - bottom line on the Steiner, I'm thoroughly impressed! The glass is some of the best I've ever looked through, with an exceptional ability to maintain image contrast in direct sunlight - where my other scopes start to noticably haze a bit.. and the resolution is on a whole new level compared to my other scopes.
The 34mm tube compared with the NF 20 MOA base is keeping me at a 200 yard zero, cannot go to 100 like I normally do.. The Steiner's turret (1/10 mil) only turns 2 full revolutions (10 mils per revolution), and all the way on bottom on zero puts me dead on at 200.
The ONLY thing that I cannot say is outstanding about this scope is perhaps the sound of the clicks. Turning the dials make a different sound each direction, even though the seem to feel the same. Worried about this, I tried a little tracking test, with a 5 point target (a center bulls eye with 4 corner markers 6" out) and the scope tracked perfectly and hit all targets and returned to zero just fine.
This scope is also quite large (to be expected of a 34mm), and fits my rifle perfectly using Leupold Mark 4 34mm high rings, with about 3/16" of clearance to barrel, which is more than enough clearance for the included Butler Creek flip caps.
The reticle, the Gen 2 mil-dot, works just fine, and even at 16x, isn't too thick for long range shooting. At 4x, it's hard to see the hash marks and dots, with or without illumination, however this probably doesn't matter - just an observation.. If the reticle were noticable, it would be too thick for small targets at long range. The reticle is basically a standard mil dot with .25 mil dots spaced 1 mil apart, with hash marks (lines, .5 mil long) in between, marking half mils. I would've preferred having nothing but mil lines and no dots, but this is fine, and is still leaps better than the standard mil dot I took to the box'.
All in all, I am extremely satisfied with this scope, however it is quite overkill on this .308, and has the capability to reach out much much farther than this .308 has the capability to shoot... this scope would be right at home on a .338 Lapua (the wheels are already turning...
Heres a pic of the new build...