Re: US Optics
I agree that the cheekweld with 58 mm is hight but I use the scope to shoot from a bench with heavy rifle .
The internal construction of the SN9 have no erector system so a 44 mm can work very well for long range shooting , just with 58 mm bell and without recetor system you have plenty of light.
For more current shooting I prefer a SN6 22x
A N with just the 35 mm tube option you have plenty of moa for elevation and stay under 2000$ .
or a SN3 3.8x22 58 MK I with 35 mm tube to be just over 2000$.
For both of theses scopes ( excpet for low light hunting and I am not sure to be able to shoot in low light at 2000 yards ) 44 mm is enought and you save money .
over 22x I feel that you get lot of mirage and it's became difficult to find the target
1000 yards / 22 = 45 yards or 90 yards at 2000 yards that enought to shoot accurate .
Enjoy US OPTIC products ( forget the price just check quality )