I need help deciding on a scope that will be going on a 7 SAUM. Uses will be deer hunting out to 750 yards, (almost nothing under 150 yards) and target shooting to 850 for now and hopefully past 1k in the near future. I don't care how big or heavy it is. My checklist is this 1)reliable turrets (I dial elevation whenever I can) 2)glass that will allow me to make shots in low light 3)a reticle that I can use for windage holdover 4)I would like matching knobs for simplicity but they aren't required 5)budget is ~$800 or so, and I don't mind buying used 6)I like the idea of an FFP, but its not a deal-breaker I am considering the Sightron SIII 6-24x50. It checks most of my requirements but I am not sure how the low light performance is. I am afraid of not being able to see the reticle in low light. Another option is the Viper PST. It has every feature I want, I love the warranty, but I am concerned about the glass quality, and if the illumination would wash out the image in low light conditions. If you have other ideas that would be great as well. As stated earlier reliable tracking and low light usability are most important to me. Thanks for your help!