Longtime resident Lady Liberty, age 236 was struck by a stolen Chevy Volt last night along the interstate. The driver and passengers, illegally in the US from their native countries across the world, then dragged Ms. Liberty into the woods and brutally sodomized her before heading to the local polling place where they registered using the names of Supreme Court justices and voted without being challenged by UN poll watchers.
Authorities found them around the corner, each with a large supply of newly legalized recreational marijuana, getting high. They were taken into custody and released a short time later with a kiss on each cheek and a prepaid gift card for WaWa to handle the munchies.
Ms. Liberty is in extremely critical condition in the Intensive Care Unit, and doctors are very wary of her chances of recovery. A crowd of zombie-like citizens are already gathered at the Liberty residence, preparing to loot it of valuables when she succumbs to her injuries or the Death Panel declares her worthless and pulls the plug.
Not sure I follow.
Generally speaking you can put any scope on any brand rifle. You'd want to avoid anything that says it's designed for "rimfire" as the recoil on the .308 could lead to damage, but otherwise brands aren't a consideration.
As to MOA vs MIL, that's a personal preference. Once you zero your scope you make your adjustments for windage and elevation accordingly.
There are lots of discussions about scopes on the precision shooting forums so it's worth searching for some of those and reading through the posts. There are elitists who say that any scope under $2,500 is garbage, and die-hards who say any cheap glass is fine as long as you know how to shoot, so the truth lies somewhere in between.
If you're on a budget Primay Arms scopes are a good value for the money. Next level up is Athlon, then Vortex, and then you're into the +$1,200 range.
Regardless of the scope you buy, you need to know some detail about the ammo you use and the shooting conditions in order to effectively dial-in your shots.
I use this free online calculator to create a dope chart when I'm shooting long distances:
At a minimum you should plug in the weight of your rounds, velocity, zero range, and wind conditions to build your chart. From there you can dial your scope based on the distance of your targets.