Jimbo,I recently purchased 2 of the Weaver Classic Extreme 6-24x50 scopes from Natchez on the closeout.They have some very good glass in them. Eye relief is almost too much,I have well over 4" with each of them.
Both of mine had a total of 56 3/8 moa of adjustment from top-bottom of the adjustment range.I mounted one of them on my Savage 12 FLVSS 223 in Burris Signature Zee rings on top of a Farrell 1pc base.I put the 20moa inserts in the rings (Not that I need it with a 223),and after sighting in the rifle,I have 44 1/8 moa of vertical adjustment left in the scope.
I mounted the other on my RRA 20" Varminter AR15 with an EOP upper,since the scope sets a lot higher than the bore centerline,I don't have as much adjustment with it.I haven't sighted it in yet,but I should have somewhere around 30-32 moa of adjustment with it.
I had a Sightron SII 4-16x42 on the Savage,and the Weaver CE is looking like a better scope. The Weaver Super Slam replaced the Classic Extreme,and I have a 3-15x50 Super Slam on another rifle.The glass in both of these scopes are really good,a little better than the SII but not as good as a Sightron SIII.
For the price,The Classic Extreme's are a real steal.