When I started buying scopes for rifles, I knew nothing. Now I've taken a PRS course, and I know how to use tactical turrets, a grid reticle, and a Kestrel. I feel like maybe I need to start dumping my old duplex and BDC scopes, which I don't really know how to use, and moving to scopes I understand. I have a Burris Fullfield II 4.5-14x scope on a Savage 93R .17 HMR rifle. It seems like a quality scope, and the glass is very clear, but it's not what I am trained to use. Wondering if anyone has a suggestion for an MRAD scope with a grid reticle and reliable turrets. I have a Primary Arms 4-14x SLX on my AR-15. Maybe I should just spring for another one. I have seen people shoot stuff out to almost 300 yards with .17 HMR. I'm concerned that if I cheap out on magnification, I'll have to buy yet another scope if I find myself trying to shoot way out there. Also wondering if I should get a 20 MOA base. It looks like this caliber plummets a little over 40" at 300 yards.