If you are looking at the Accupoint then yes, as long as you’re not planning to dial for elevation the 3-9 with triangle post is one of my all time favorite scopes on a hunting rifle. It is easy to shoot instinctively, even at running targets. I have used it down to -26 degrees with no issues and one year managed to shoot 2 caribou from the same herd of five with it off hand on a 30-06. The reticle is fantastic for hunting inside 350 yards, beyond that you’ll probably hinder yourself with its simplicity. I love that it has no batteries and often wish I had not sold that rifle and scope combo. I am currently thinking of getting another one for my .375 H&H.
I can’t help you there, sorry. I did not mean the Accupoint 3-9 is not an accurate or repeatable diaper, I just found the ergonomics to not be very friendly for it, especially with gloves on and in cold weather. It is the only Accupoint I have ever used so I won’t speak for other models.
I have often wished Trijicon would put a NF like zero stop turret on the Accupoint 2.5-12 model, I think that would be my ideal scope.