I ordered this from SportOptics.com - America's High End Optics Authority last Friday. UPS guy delivered it today. I have been looking for a good scope at a good price for some time now. The Vortex Strike Eagle on unboxing hopefully delivers this value. Let’s unbox this and see what It comes with. 5C230241-0312-4140-8B67-C9B07AF6D152 by RouteClearance posted Jul 10, 2020 at 14:55 B78EF327-DE98-425A-9D37-922957323AF8 by RouteClearance posted Jul 10, 2020 at 14:55 35F29DFB-FFB0-4B52-9C3A-5EF19EFF50D1 by RouteClearance posted Jul 10, 2020 at 14:55 The MSRP for this scope is $699.00, I chatted with a rep from Sport Optic, I asked him if he did a veteran discount. He replied that he could on certain items. I asked about a discount for the Vortex Strike Eagle, he said he could on this. The discount he gave me was $220 dollars. With sales tax, the total was $513. This scope came with an sun shade, throw lever, Allen wrench, zero stop, and even a battery for the illuminated reticle. This scope has a side parallax adjustment knob and MOA adjustable turrets with 110 MOA on both the windage and elevation. If using the Zero Stop, available elevation is reduced to 50 MOA(I have a Burris Xtreme Mount with 25 MOA and Burris XTR rings that can add an addition 40MOA) The tube body is 34 mm, which is why there are plenty of MOA’s available for precision long range shooting, This will be mounted to a Savage 10 FCP 308 rifle 63E47EF6-68D5-4D73-8190-BCF5ED3A9225 by RouteClearance posted Apr 15, 2020 at 16:34 I will do extensive range reports on both the rifle and Vortex Strike Eagle in the next two weeks. The lens quality is not as good as my Leupold Vari-X III, but the Leupold had a $1200 price tag when sold.