Zack, I had the exact experience that Terry had. I had high hopes for the scope and liked every thing about it until I mounted it on a FT rifle. It was probably the shortest test I ever had with a FT scope. I don't think I even finished marking my sidewheel tape. It now sits atop my 300 Win Mag.I think the Hawke FFP will be an excellent FT scope. I used Hawke Scopes for many years in FT and was very happy with them.Jim in Sacramento
Hi Zack, I guess there always has to be one odd ball in the crowd. That is my go to scope for field target. The SWFA 3-15x42 MOA second focal plane. Granted I do not shoot much field target. But that scope atop my Steyr has got me to place in the 3 events I shot this year. I have 2 backup FT guns, one has the new Hawke FFP and the other the AZTECH FFP, I would switch out both of them if I could find another SWFA. They discontinued that one about a year or so ago. Can't beat the glass & turrets on these scopes, plus I like the lower profile. I use a Nautilus side wheel from scope-werks. The only downside I have with it, is the hash lines are fairly fine and close together on the MOA model, so if the light is bad and you have a dark target with a dark kill zone, its a little challenging. If you can find a used MOA model for a decent price, you can't go wrong.