Although I have only joined this sight this month, I have spent alot of time here over the last six or so years just trying to learn a few things to try and make myself a better marksmen. I just returned from my forth elk hunt, second one in Wyoming and once again I spent some time shooting at distances of 300, 400, and 500 yards and was once again pleasently surprised at the groups I shot. But I also confermed the short comings of the scope that presently sits on top of my 338wm. It is a older now discontinued VariX-II in 4-12x40mm. Although I shot good groups at 500yrds, their POI was to low to be of any use while hunting as my scope design does not lend itself well to adjustments in the field. So my question is this. What scope is best suited for a M700 in 338wm for a maximum range of 600yrds that is priced under $750. I picked 600yrds because that is the maximum range of the public shooting range near my home. I am not assuming I will be able to shoot to 600yrds well enough to be able to consistantly make killing shots on elk or deer, but it would be my goal, at least at first. The scopes I have been looking at so far are the Khales "Multi-zero" and the Sheapard scope, and would greatly appreciate what the opinions of these and any other scopes for dedicated long range hunting are by the members of this website. I am looking for a scope design that is the quickest and most simple to use while hunting. Im not looking for any short cuts so to speek on my road to long range shooting proficiancy, just the scope design that will make it as simple a process as possable. Im not interested in any of the new built in laser range finding scopes eithor. Im just looking for suggestions on what the best scope for around $750 that is easiest to use. FWIW, While shooting off a rock with my rifle on my jacket I was able to keep 8 of 10 shots in a empty Colmen fuel can at 400 yards and my groups at 500 yrds averaged around 6.75" for a five shot group, although they droped almost 48" from cross hairs my point of aim. Any other advice to a newbie on getting started would also be welcomed. I hold no illusions on how much I would have to learn about shooting to become profeciant to 600yrds, but I am more than willing to put forth the effort and comitment to acheive my goals. Besides I looooooove to shoot and reload, and I would have to do alot of both to be as good at 600yrds as I am at 300yrds. Thanks, Arthur.