Greetings to all! So, I've found myself at an impasse. Here's the background information: I've got a Mosin-Nagant 91/30 that I love too much to permanently modify, but I've spent some time planning out a Mosin project based on an already-chopped up rifle. What I'm looking at is a 19" barrel with a re-mounted front sight (most likely the new night sight that smith-sights has), an ATI stock that's bedded, pillared, and finished Multicam (should mention that this is my "deployment gun," as I recently got back from overseas), a trigger job (couple options in mind), a bipod set-up, a clamp-on brake from Witt Machine, a bent bolt, and a PE Accumount with a decent-powered scope. I'm thinking either a 10x, 2-7x, or 3-9x. Now here's the issue: I want to be able to shoot out to 500 yards, but immediately switch to my irons for close targets, without removing my scope. I'm sold entirely on the Accumount, but I cannot or the life of me find a scope that I'm sure will work. Problems I'm facing: Will the Objective Bell cut into the line of sight for the irons? What kind of eye relief will I need to be looking for? Basically...what scope should I plan on getting? I've done a lot of searches, but I can't find a single one that mentions a modern scope being used with the PE Accumount. Can anyone let me know what they have seen or experienced that's worked? The three scopes I've got on my list right now are a Burris 10x40, a Nikon ProStaff 2-7 x 32 with Nikoplex reticle, or a Redfield Revolution 2-7x33mm w/ Accu-Range reticle. The Burris scares me because I'm not sure if a 40mm will drop too low up front, and the other two worry me because I'm not sure how far back I can mount them in the rings, and they need 3"-4" eye relief. Thanks in advance, folks!