Re: Bushnell 3200 10x Tactical
I believe that the scope you are referring to is the old B&L Tactical, it is a straight ten power but differs significantly from the current one. For starters it is on a 30mm tube, second it had superb glass in it to compete head to head with the Leupold MK4. Huge, excellent turrets. This scope has a great reputation and I believe it is still in demand by some tactical folk since many military units bought it.
I have one on a .300 Win. and would say that the optics and turrets are at least as good as my MK4 in ten power. Unfortunately one small feature hurt this scope a bunch, maybe enough to kill it sales-wise. Instead of a third turret a-la MK4, the parallax adjustment is done by twisting the eyepiece. This can throw the beloved Butler Creek flip-up scope cap wonky, and we just cannot have that happen. It is a pain in the butt when your scope cap hits the bolt or tang.
These were extremely high-end scopes, other than the parralax adj. boo-boo they are great and I use mine a lot. It is a grown-up 3200, just what you are asking for but I am afraid they were very expensive - very near or slightly over a thousand CDN dollars when they stopped selling them - that would be about 600+ U.S. dollars, maybe more as I have seen them on e-bay used for 750.