Hey guys, I am a newbie here and am glad that I've found the website. I have recently purchased the Model 70 Laredo in .300 Win Mag and I am now shopping for a scope. My question is this: Is there enough minutes of elevation in a typical 1" scope to reach out to 900 yards for target shooting? Specifically does anyone have or know if the Zeiss Conquest 6.5-20x50 with a 1" tube can be turned high enough? Before anyone tells me I have to work my way up to 900 yards, I have already done it. The only problem is that it was with my bro-in-law's .300 Win Mag and I wanted my own. I'm confident in that my new rifle and cartridge will do exactly what I want and I just don't want to run out of minutes at say 750 yards if I buy the Zeiss. My bro-in-law's .300 has a Vortex 30mm scope, but I am partial to the Zeiss and Leupold as I already have each of them on other Model 70s. Also, if anyone can tell me if a Leupold VX-III has enough minutes in a 1" tube to get to 900 yards I would appreciate that info. Thanks in advance to anyone that has any advice.