Leupold VX-II Shotgun You don't have to drop a grand to buy a great turkey scope. Leupold's fine VX-II 1X¿¿¿4X Shotgun scope offers everything a turkey hunter needs in a lightweight, compact, matte-finished package at a list price of $339. With a heavy Duplex reticle that shows up in the brush, a 70-foot field of view at 100 yards, and generous eye relief, this model approaches gobbler glass perfection. Cabela's Alaskan Guide This $149 muzzleloader scope is intended for use on blackpowder rifles in states that prohibit magnifying sights during "primitive" seasons. With no magnification and an 86-foot field of view, it's terrific on turkey guns, too. Think of it as a red dot without batteries. Target acquisition with a 1X scope is lightning quick. Just for fun, I've powdered flying clay targets with the Alaskan Guide on a turkey gun. Last fall I used it to shoot a hen that came scurrying quickly past my tree. Bushnell Banner (Model 71-1436) Some shotguns with cantilever-style mounts require a scope with extra eye relief. Bushnell's Banner scope is a 1.75X¿¿¿4X variable that puts a full 6 inches between your forehead and its eyepiece. Extended eye relief reduces field of view (at 1.75X the scope covers 35 feet at 100 yards), but that's about the end of its shortcomings. It has a thick, easy-to-see circle-plex reticle, and it's built to take heavy recoil. As $79 scopes go, this is a good one.