Nikon® Inline XR Muzzleloader Scopes
- Sharp, detailed images
- 5" of constant eye relief
- Patented BDC 300 reticle
- Aiming point circles at 150, 200, 250, and 300 yards for deadly accuracy
- 92% light transmission
- Hand-turn 1/4-MOA reticle adjustments
- Waterproof, fogproof, and shockproof
- Manufacturer's lifetime full warranty
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by HunterC Great scope! Great muzzle loader scope! Allows for quick range adjustments to place a shot. It is also of great Nikon construction and durability. April 30, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by sean161 scope Overall this is a good scope. Images show up clear and well defined. The only problem with this scope is the eye relief. I have to place my cheek exactly in the right place to get a good picture. I think this is due to the short length of the overall scope. November 21, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by SCHO Great Buy! I bought the Omega Muzzleloader scope last fall and it was a great addition to my Thompson/Center Omega. It's easy to sight in and this scope is well worth the investement. October 17, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 Best scope for Muzzelloader Did a whole lot of research before I bought this scope. Use on my new TC Triumph Bone Collector and couldn't be happier. Got scope sitted in after 10 loads at 100yards. Grouping 1-1/2". July 11, 2011
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A:the omega is/was a muzzleloader/sluggun scope and the inline is a dedicated muzzleloader scope. Why they did it is unclear. the omega works fine on eather gun, if you use 150 grains of blake powder, they have about the same balistics
Details:I bought a Savage 220 slug gun from BassPro. I asked for a Nikon slug scope, but they sold me a Nikon Inline XR Muzzleloading Riflescope. Both are 3x9x40.
Should I return the Nikon Inline XR Muzzleloading Riflescope and get the Nikon Slug Hunter scope instead? Additionally, they did not have a base or scope rings that would mount this scope on the Savage 220.
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A:should use the same rings, I think nikon use to use the same scope for both untill recently, I have the muzzleloading scope on a remington geness muzzleloader and a remingtom 1100 20 ga rifled slug gun. It is deed on out to 250 yrds. on both guns. both scopes have BDC and I haven't had any problems of any kind, hope this helps!
Details:I have a TC pro hunter fx, and if I purchase this scope, what type of bullet and load would work to sight in this scope correctly?
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