I prefer lots of magnification in my scopes. I currently use 6 - 24 x 50 scopes. I was looking at the 8-34 x 56 scopes but am running into elevation range issues in the scopes. The higher the magnification, the scopes seem to have lower built in elevation ranges. My Vortex Diamondback Tactical has 65 total MOA adjustment. The Athlon Argus BTR (8-34 x 56) has 45 MOA of total elevation adjustment. This seems like a catch 22. I can get a bigger target picture but not enough elevation for long distance shooting. If I add a 20 MOA scope base to mount for the Athlon, I will have additional elevation, but I run the risk of insufficient elevation built into the scope to compensate. Any suggestion?