Leupold 20-60x80 SX1 Ventana Angled Spotting Scope
Will easily do the job out to 200 yards given decent seeing conditions, with or without the shoot and see, splatter type of targets. 300 yards typically calls for the resolution of a good ED scope to score traditional bullseye targets, though, but you may be able to use splatter targets at this range. Unless you plan to do the bulk of your shooting at 300 yards, though, you should be good to go.
The Leupold Compact tripod is more of a filed tripod than a shooter's tripod, but will work on the bench, too. r Well made tripod, not to be confused with the cheap plastic table top tripods other folks sell.
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