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Nikon Coyote Special Rifle Scope

   

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3X - 9X

Product Color:
Realtree Max 1

Tube Size:
1"

Size:
12.4"-15 oz.

Objective Size (mm):
40mm

Eye Relief:
3.6"

Reticle:
BDC Predator

FOV:
33.8'-11.3'
  • $279.99

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3X - 9X

Product Color:
Matte Black

Tube Size:
1"

Size:
12.4"-15 oz.

Objective Size (mm):
40mm

Eye Relief:
3.6"

Reticle:
BDC Predator

FOV:
33.8' - 11.3'
  • $249.99

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4X - 12X

Product Color:
Realtree Max 1

Tube Size:
1"

Size:
14.1"-15.9 oz.

Objective Size (mm):
40mm

Eye Relief:
3.7"

Reticle:
BDC Predator

FOV:
23.6'-7.9'
  • $329.99

  • SKU: 1994126

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4X - 12X

Product Color:
Matte Black

Tube Size:
1"

Size:
14.1"-15.9 oz.

Objective Size (mm):
40mm

Eye Relief:
3.7"

Reticle:
BDC Predator

FOV:
23.6'-7.9'
  • $299.99

  • SKU: 1994127

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A great varmint and predator hunting rifle scope for both precision bolt actions and MSRs, the Coyote Special Rifle Scope from Nikon® will satisfy the most demanding predator hunters. Fully multicoated optics provide a clear and vivid view and great low light performance to help you make the most of the scope's special BDC Predator Hunter reticle.  This reticle's unique open circle design gives you ballistic compensating marks that don't obscure your target, making moving shots easier. The Coyote Specials also come with Nikon's ARD (Anti Reflective Device) technology, a special screw-in honeycombed screen that eliminates lens reflection that can tip off a varmint. Spring-loaded, instant zero-reset turrets provide easy and precise, 1/4 MOA click-stop adjustments in the field. Optimized for use with Nikon Spot On Ballistic Match Technology. Nitrogen filled and o-ring sealed for waterproof and fogproof performance.

  • Quality rifle scopes built especially for varmint and predator hunting
  • BDC Predator Hunter reticle - Unique, open circle, ballistic compensating marks
  • Anti-Reflective device screw-in screen - no more lens reflection to spook the target
  • Fully multicoated lenses
  • Spring-loaded instant zero-reset turrets –easy, in the field adjustmentsHand-turn 1/4 MOA adjustments
  • Nitrogen filled, o-ring sealed - waterproof and fogproof
  • Optimized for Spot On Ballistic Match Technology - custom precision at your fingertips
Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by piece of junk Bought the product put it on and sighted it in, worked fine for 50 or so rounds then wouldn't hold a zero, took it off, sent it in they said they fixed it, got it back, put it back on, shot it a few times, same thing happened again won't hold a zero. Called them they said send it back in and they will fix it again, tired of taking it off and wasting precious ammo. I would not recomend this product. June 1, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Go with crosshairs! Clear. That's about all the good I can say. The brag on this scope is easy target acquisition with no cover-up. Yeah, that may be true, you don't cover up a dog at 200. However, zeroing this thing is a chore (and I cannot get it done.) You really need a circle target the size of the center circle; otherwise, the "natural centering" becomes a natural shot in the dark. The hold-over points on the scope seem to be accurate. However, knowing where to hold at 400 yds does you no good if you are not hitting the center at 100. The only gun I'd recommend this reticle for is a shotgun. Bottom line. I'm upset that I allowed myself to be talked into this scope. If you are looking at this scope...look at something else. Go with the pro-staff of monarch. February 14, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Crisp and clear, deadly accurate! Put the scope on, bore sighted, didn't have to move much. 3 shooters off of a fieldpod, at 3 different squares, and we all printed about a 1/2" groups out of a MMR 5.56 / 223, and a mixed bag of 55gr. FMJ's. Really like the Spot On Technology, takes all the guess work out of it. just enter your information, put in your range distance, and where you want your zero, and it tells you right where to sight it at, plus you get the holdover points for farther distances. It's great. Really looking forward to getting on some long range shooting. or Coyote's! December 23, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent Varmint Scope! I have read some reviews on other sites where people haven't been too fond of the reticle on this optic. I have to disagree. For varmint hunting, I just need fast target acquisition and a kill shot. This works perfectly for that. The reticle allows allows for drop compensation and the clarity is superb. For what it's worth, I rarely witness a shot opportunity over 200 yards where I hunt and bought the 3-9x40. With my terrain and setup, I'm extremely pleased! August 6, 2013
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Hi All,

I am a rookie hunter with both nystagmus - eye movement disorder (well controled though with sleep and surgery years ago) and must wear glasses even when looking through the scope. If I don't wear my glasses when raising my shotgun from a tree stand while deer hunting - I can loose the location of the dear in the background. I am a surveyor by trade and have done plenty of topo surveys in the woods so I know how to deal with this (glasses on glasses off - survey instrument eye piece is tiny compared to a scope).

Summary - being a rookie, and with some of the above factors I think the coyote/predator reticule might be better for me to hit the boiler room of a deer. I also tend to over think a sight picture and hesitate on the trigger. So maybe a cicle big enough at 50--100 yds for a shotgun is enough to hit vitals. Accuracy within a 9" circle at 50-100 yds & something quick to help me not over think with a shotgun slug/sabot is what I'm after.

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From the information provided we would agree that our Preditor Reticule would be a great fit for you - look for Coyote Special and Active Target Special scopes.
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Depends on what range you are planning to shoot and what rifle you have. For AR-15s there are two I've tried and I'll share my experience with both:

The Nikon M223 one piece scope mount works great for normal range targets (100 to 200 yards) and is really easy to install. It has 2 cross bolts that secure the mount to the Picatinney rail. I've installed two and both times had no problem zeroing the scope. Once zeroed, no problems thereafter. Very secure mount.

The Nikon M223XR is designed for long range shooting (500 yards) but is a bit trickier to install as it has 3 pieces and 3 bolts that secure it to the Picatinney rail. I've installed four of these and on two of them had to take the mount off and re-install it to the Picatinney rail to get the scope to zero. Once zeroed, no more problems thereafter. Very secure mount.

If you are not mounting to an AR platform, any reputable scope bases and rings will work. I've used Weaver and Leupold on bolt actions, lever actions and pump actions and never had a problem with either. Weaver is cheaper and, in my experience, just as good as the more expensive bases and rings .
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Hi, thank you for your question. For a 40mm, Riflescopes will usually have enough clearance with LOW rings in a given style, though MEDIUM rings will give slightly more clearance, particularly when using a barrel with a thicker shank portion or a heavier contour. Look for 1” medium or low rings.
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Nikon Coyote Special Riflescopes come with the following accessories:
Adjustment Knob Covers (Windage and Elevation)
Front and Rear Lens Covers
ARD Accessory (or redeemable voucher)
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Not quite sure what you are asking so let me ramble and see if it answers your question.

Field of View = the diameter of the circle you can see through your scope at a given magnification at 100 yards.

So at 3 power your FOV might be 30 feet at 100 yards (you will see everything in a 30 foot circle - 15 feet to the left and 15 feet to the right of your crosshair). This works great for deer and other large targets.

At 10 power your FOV might be 3 feet at 100 yards (you will see everything in a 3 foot circle - 1.5 feet to the left and 1.5 feet to the right of your crosshair). Works great for ground hogs or small animals.

So the bottom line is the smaller the animal (or target) you desire to shoot the higher magnification you need and the smaller FOV you will get. For prairie dogs I like a 6 to 20 power scope so I can scan the field at 6X looking for targets then zoom in to 20X to shoot a prairie dog. At 6X I can scan a lot of territory quickly. At 20X one prairie dog fills the FOV making it easier to center the crosshairs on him.

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Field of view is affected by the magnification used. The higher the magnification, the more detail you can see of your target, but less of the surrounding will be visible.
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While sitting in tree stand, have field of view set at medium range. This is good for distance to 50-60 yards. Turn to max setting for 100 yard + shot. When still hunting, set to lowest setting for usually close range shooting.
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