https://www.eurooptic.com/nightforce-shv-4-16x56-25-moa-ihr-non-illuminated-c519.aspxHa. More like $650 more. Used Vortex PST Gen1 with FFP are some great deals right now. I own a PST Gen1 and a Gen2. I actually prefer the Gen1. I shoot SFP scope but for coyotes a 4-15x50 in FFP would be awesome.
That one is a non illuminated second focal plane scope. Not even in the same ballgame.https://www.eurooptic.com/nightforce-shv-4-16x56-25-moa-ihr-non-illuminated-c519.aspx
I just got the SHV 4-14x50 FF1. To say I am pleased and impressed is an understatement.
For a coyote gun, lower power is better. Dogs can come in fast and getting and keeping them in your sight picture is the hard part. Lots of good scopes out there at that price point. Pretty much anything that's somewhat durable and simple will be more than adequate. A VX-2, 3x9 Leopold with a basic duplex would be great. One with a fire-dot might be better. 2nd focal plane IMO is a better choice for this purpose. If your interested in the wind-plex reticle, I'd strongly urge you to look through it before purchasing. Way to busy IMO.
Great choice on caliber selection and working ranges for your quarry.
You can buy a Burris Veracity FFP 3 X 15 X 50 with the 30 mm tube for just under $600 new in the box with the lifetime warranty off of EBAY every day of the week. I use this on 2 of my riffles set up for Elk and they work well out to over 500 yards. I use the 4 X 20 version of this scope on my Antelope rifle and can exceed the 600 yard marker with this one. There is better glass out there but these work well and allowed my to put some extra $$ into a good range finder. This is a good setup for me to hunt with but I eat what I shoot.what scope would you recommend for $600 for a coyote rifle probably out to 300-350 yards was thinking like a 3-12 4-14 power range. Will be on a 22-250.