I have a Burris 2-7x handgun scope that I use mainly as a Scout Scope on rifles. I really like Scout Scopes, but I want the long eye relief of the handgun scope as it allows me to mount it as far forward on the rifle as I need it. Most of the purpose built Scout Scopes don't have the necessary eye relief to mount them as far forward as I like - i.e., rear ocular lens at least an inch forward of the action. IMO that mounting placement is necessary to get one of the major features of a Scout Scope; that it should in no way interfere with the action of the rifle/shotgun. I am getting a bit tired of switching the one scope I have around and sighting them in again, so I want to get some more scopes. The 2x-7X is okay, but I want the lowest power I can get at the low end, and I am willing to sacrifice the upper end power to do that. I can't find very many quality handgun variable power handgun scopes that start at 1x or 1.5x - at least not in brands I trust (i.e., no cheap Chinese crap like NCStar). The only one I have found is a 1.5x-4x Weaver: Weaver - Classic Handgun Scopes - Optics for revolvers & pistols And it has a small 20mm objective lens. I suppose if that is all I can get then that will have to do, but I thought I would ask first if I am missing a brand/model I can't find. I know Leupold sells a 1-6x Scout Scope if you special order it and are willing to wait and pay extra for it, but its eye relief would not put it far enough forward for me. Suggestions?