It is a Leupold 2.5-8 handgun scope.
Two things that cause me to be hesitant with a rifle scope on a revolver.
One is the difference in recoil I will no have with the lighter overall weight and no muzzle brake. I don't think the brake does a lot in low pressure/small powder charges (compared to bottleneck cases I typically use).
Two is the nature of a revolver with the cylinder gap.
Putting my face that much closer to that gap is not inviting to me.
For hunting I am going to stay with the Leupold LER scope.
I have a lot of MOA available to me with this scope and the Burris Signature Zee Rings.
When I go and play at distance to shoot steel at 750 yards, I may got to a rifle scope just for some higher magnification/better reticle that would have 30 MOA in the reticle (FFP) as well, plus a a good amount of internal adjustment too. I would use Burris XTR Signature Rings in this case with a 30mm tube. I do have a Leupold VX3i (smaller/lighter weight scope) that has a good reticle and is smaller, but it does not have as much internal MOA as I will probably need.