Nikon ProStaff Rifle Scope

   

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2X - 7X

Product Color:
Matte

Size:
11.5" 13.9oz.

Objective Size (mm):
32mm

Eye Relief:
3.8"

Reticle:
Nikoplex

FOV:
33.4' - 9.5'

Tube Size:
1"
  • $149.99

  • SKU: 1798588

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3X - 9X

Product Color:
Matte

Size:
12.4" 15oz.

Objective Size (mm):
40mm

Eye Relief:
3.6"

Reticle:
Nikoplex

FOV:
33.8' -11.3'

Tube Size:
1"
  • $169.99

  • SKU: 1798589

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3X - 9X

Product Color:
Matte

Size:
12.4" 15oz.

Objective Size (mm):
40mm

Eye Relief:
3.6"

Reticle:
BDC

FOV:
33.8' -11.3'

Tube Size:
1"
  • $179.99

  • SKU: 1798590

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3X - 9X

Product Color:
Silver

Size:
12.4"-13.7oz.

Objective Size (mm):
40mm

Eye Relief:
3.6"

Reticle:
BDC

FOV:
33.8' -11.3'

Tube Size:
1"
  • $189.99

  • SKU: 1798591

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3X - 9X

Product Color:
Realtree APG

Size:
12.4"-13.7oz.

Objective Size (mm):
40mm

Eye Relief:
3.6"

Reticle:
BDC

FOV:
33.8' -11.3'

Tube Size:
1"
  • $199.99

  • SKU: 1798592

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3X - 9X

Product Color:
Matte

Size:
12.5"-17.5oz.

Objective Size (mm):
50mm

Eye Relief:
3.6"

Reticle:
Nikoplex

FOV:
33.8' -11.3'

Tube Size:
1"
  • $219.99

  • SKU: 1798593

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3X - 9X

Product Color:
Matte

Size:
12.5"-17.5oz.

Objective Size (mm):
50mm

Eye Relief:
3.6"

Reticle:
BDC

FOV:
33.8' -11.3'

Tube Size:
1"
  • $229.99

  • SKU: 1798594

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4X - 12X

Product Color:
Matte

Size:
14.1"-15.9oz.

Objective Size (mm):
40mm

Eye Relief:
3.7"

Reticle:
Nikoplex

FOV:
23.6' -7.3'

Tube Size:
1"
  • $219.99

  • SKU: 1798595

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4X - 12X

Product Color:
Matte

Size:
14.1"-15.9oz.

Objective Size (mm):
40mm

Eye Relief:
3.7"

Reticle:
BDC

FOV:
23.6' -7.3'

Tube Size:
1"
  • $229.99

  • SKU: 1798596

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4X - 12X

Product Color:
Matte

Size:
14"-14.2 oz.

Objective Size (mm):
40mm

Eye Relief:
4"

Reticle:
Mil Dot

FOV:
23.6' -7.3'

Tube Size:
1"
  • $229.99

  • SKU: 1995556

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Offering Nikon®'s fully multicoated optical system for up to 98% light transmission, and precise adjustment technologies, the ProStaff® Rifle Scope offers superior hunting performance at a price that fits into the budget of any hunter. You get optimal light transmission for extremely bright, high-resolution picture, and multiple reticle options offer versatility with precise, repeatable 1/4-MOA click adjustments and generous eye relief. 100% waterproof and fogproof. Manufacturer's lifetime warranty.

  • Nikon's fully multicoated optical system for up to 98% light transmission
  • Precise adjustment technologies
  • Optimal light transmission
  • Extremely bright, high-resolution picture
  • Multiple reticle options offer versatility
  • Precise, repeatable 1/4-MOA click adjustments
  • Generous eye relief
  • 100% waterproof and fogproof
  • Manufacturer's lifetime warranty
Nikon ProStaff Rifle Scope 4.8 5 110 110
4-12x40 bdc recticle Love it, got it for a Remington 30-06, and it works perfectly, I like the recticle the focus and the Nikon spot on ballistic match December 1, 2014
Nikon is the best Nikon has the best brand around I personally think. I own three of these and three monarchs. You cant beat a Nikon for the price nor the quality. November 29, 2014
8th in a long line this scope is mounted on a Savage weather warrior 30-06. I have a mixed bag of scopes on my rifles, I have found that the Nikon scopes do well on my big bores 375 H&H etc. This scope on my go to rifle has worked very well for me its been on Elk, Deer and Pig so far with a little rough handling along the way and has held up very well. November 16, 2014
Excellent value This is a very good rifle scopes for the price. I have a Leupold VX-1 3x9x40mm that I paid about $60.00 more for and this scope is as good if not better. I have it mounted on my Mini 14, 223 cal. and after only a few clicks, was hitting dead center at 100 yards. Lens are very clear and the BDC sights are a definite plus. I absolutely love this scope! November 16, 2014
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Adjustable Objective?

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I want to use this scope on my son's 22 rifle but i've heard that the paralax is factory set at 100 instead of 50 as in a rimfire scope. The price is right on this one though!
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Nikon makes a pro staff designed for the 22lr that paralex free at 50 yards
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None of our currently available ProStaff Rifle Scopes have an adjustable objective. However, while the factory parallax setting for our ProStaff scopes is set to 100 yards, they would all still be parallax free at 50 yards.
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No, unless there is some "special" where they advertise gettings the rings free with the purchase of the scope.

Over the last year I have seen Nikon M223, M308, P223 and P300 scopes advertised as "specials" where you got a Nikon M223 or P223 mount with the scope at no extra cost.
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Hi, thank you for your question. The Nikon® ProStaff® Rifle Scopes will not include rings.
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what is the differance between the pro staff and the monarch scopes?
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Better glass, higher tolerances and price
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The quality of the glass is different, but I have never been disappointed with Nikon Prostaff. They have served me well.

I have found Monarchs to be better at gathering light in low light conditions because of the quality and clarity of the glass.
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Prostaff Riflescopes are Nikon's Entry Line, inexpensive but great optical quality Riflescopes. The Monarch Line are Nikon's Flagship. They feature all the best optical coatings Nikon has developed, thus they offer the best optical image available in a low priced, high quality Riflescope. Beyond that, the Monarch Line features a One-piece tube construction.
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zero reset turret

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does this scope have zero reset turrets?
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No this scope doe not have a zero reset.
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All of the currently available ProStaff Rifle Scopes come with zero reset turrets.
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Medium or high depending on your scope mount
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All Nikon scopes that I have seen have 1 inch tubes so 1 inch rings are the correct size. There is no such thing as smallest or largest. The rings MUST match the tube size. Make sense?
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What? Depends on what you are mounting it on... Low? Medium? High?...
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The tube diameter on the 3-9x50 is 1", you would need the standard 1" high rings.
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Use nikons spot on program to calculate precise ballistics
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the BDC is accurate it is made so that with a regular round you sight it in at 100 and with a magnum you sight it in at 200 and the BDC will go in 100 yard intervals i have a 7mm mag and a 30-06 and its accurate for both
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The BDC is not very precise in terms of competitive target shooting with a wide array of calibers and trajectories on any scope without drop-in cams. But it is close enough to take game with it. My suggestion for accuracy is go to the range with your favorite ammo and work a ballistics chart to attach to the buttstock.
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Spot on
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My friend shoots one his 204 and it is very good. Their on line chart for your load and brand of factory ammo has been real close for his 204 and my 223. The more I use the BDC the more I like it.
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it works with standerd amo that shoots 2800 fps
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Not good with .308 sub-sonic ammo.
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If you goto the Nikon Website they have a program called spoton and it will give u accuracy ranges based on what caliber and grain of bullet u are shooting.
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Check you ballistic charts, its dead on with standard 30 caliber centerfires( 30-06, .308) however its in the (killzone) pie plate out to 500 yds for all calibers. You just have to shoot it to familerize with your gun.
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