Pretty sure I'm gonna get the Vortex Strike Eagle 1-6x24 BDC. I was just shopping around to see what else was available.
Then I got onto flashlights. Been needing a new headlamp because I keep breaking or losing the damn things. Decided to splurge on the Streamlight Sidewinder compact for the multiple light options, helmet mount and being able to use AA and CR123 batteries. The last couple headlamps I've had used AA or AAA batteries and their runtime goes to shit in the winter, so being able to use rechargeable AA's in summer and 123's in winter is nice.
Headlamp is best if you spend much time inna woods after dark but too many of the "tactical" models sacrifice runtime for high output, I see ones at Walmart boasting 300+ lumens for like, 4 hours of runtime and that is utterly ridiculous, headlamp is not for blinding foes in combat, headlamp is for general lighting tasks and should be low output and high runtime, just enough so you can turn it on to look for something without blinding yourself and everyone around you and be able to navigate a trail in the dark for an extended period without depleting all the batteries.(Though you still shouldn't be navigating an unfamiliar trail after dark. Bad juju)
Also got a Gerber Recon flashlight, is a single AA LED light with a rotating bezel that allows you to select between white, red, blue and green filters with a 3 lumen output. Perfect for map reading and such. I had one before back in the early 00's til someone "borrowed" it. Was surprised to see it still in production.