You might be surprised, but there are quite a few that turn turrets, especially long range shooters.What’s everybody use for muzzleloader scope? Does anybody use a tactical style scope with Windage and elevation dials?
IMHO this is very good advice. Buy the highest quality glass you can afford.Its been my experience buy the best you can afford because the low prices scopes will likely give you problems one way or another.
To zero my scopes and take variables out of shooting I use a shooting bench with a lead slide mounted rigidly.
With this setup all the recoil test the scopes ability to stay set. All the low cost scopes have jumped. All the more expensive ones stay set.
Plus the more expensive ones have better focusing capability and clear glass with
much better reticle detail.
In short, some cheaper models are going to larger objectives instead of using better quality glass. Its how they keep them cheaper. Ive used a couple 2x7s but they have been less than 40mm obj. They are ok but a 2x7x40 really shines if you can find one with good eye relief. Field of view on a 2x7x40 at 100 yards is great for getting on target fast. The only one i have though has a pitiful 3" or less eye relief.One cautionary note regarding the exit pupil. There is no correlation between the size of a scope's exit pupil and overall optical quality. Some superb scopes have small exit pupils and some real dogs have very large ones. Exit-pupil calculation is a useful tool in selecting scopes, but it isn't the whole toolbox. You should consider everything and then ultimately believe your own eyes.