Rated 4 out of 5 by SkeeterZX200 Great Scope
My son picked this scope out after looking through many different scopes at BSP, it stays on target after many miles in the hills being bounced around, I shoot one shot to check it before season and it hasn't needed any adjustment.
November 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Keenan1997 Amazing
it is an awesome purchase. I bought it yesterday and sighted in today took a couple shots but then i made a 400 yard shot with it afterwards right before i left the range(btw its a 4-12x40 with mil dots) its worth the extra money for mill dots or BDC and the 4-12 zoom ive had 3-9 but i hunt fields and need the extra zoom awesome scope i would suggest this scope for all rifles from a 243 to a 7mm Mag i have on for my 7mm, my 30-06, and will be getting one for my 243 shortly
November 3, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by wattnot2011 Great Purchase
I bought this scope to go with a savage .270 and i love it its clear and not hard to adjust one of the best scopes i have ever had
October 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Yadier The Best scope for the money!!
This is my first time leaving a review, but here goes! I needed a few scopes for my guns getting ready for deer Season , but could'nt spend a lot on them! I Have a few really nice scopes, a Bushnell 3200 Elite, a Nikon Buckmaster, and a Burris Fullfield II scope! They are all 3x9x40, except the Bushnell is a 3x9x50, to me my Bushnell 3200 Elite looked the brightest, and clearest, but now they were out of my pricerange!! I asked a guy at bass pro what he thought, and he liked the Nikon Buckmasters for the money, I looked it up and they were more expensive than I thought now too! I happened to see on the Bass Pro website Recommendations! One was for a Nikon Prostaff, so I checked them out! Some were on sale! They had a 3x9x40 with BDC reticle for $149.99 on sale, So I asked a guy that worked in the Bass pro store, If he thought they were a really good scope for the price? He said he thought so, he had more than 1 himself, and also he liked the Burris Fullfield II, So I ordered a couple of the Nikon Prostaff 3x9x40 Rifle Scopes,and I couldn't be happier!! It was clearer than my older Nikon Buckmasters scope, and a hair Clearer than my Fullfield II's! It was as clear or a little clearer than my Bushnell Elite 3200 in with 50mm objective lens!! These scopes make your cheaper simmons, bushnell, and other brand scopes look bad! I turned around and bought 2 more right then! I have'nt fired them yet, I had back surgery less than a year ago, so I went to my Springfield Bass Pro store to have it sighted in at their gun range, by one of their Shooting Pros and they sighted them in for me at 100Yards! They sighted in great! They only charge $20.00, to have a pro, sight them in, at their shooting range on the lower floor at a full 100 yards!! If you have to spend very long sighting yours in, It will save you alot of time and money!! I used to take at least half a box of shells or more, to sight in a gun! With the price of shells today, It will save you a lot of money if you are like me, and it takes you several bullets,The pro that does it ,only used about 3 shells on each gun, I will have to tell you later how they hold zero! Anyway back to the Scopes! The Nikon Prostaff are now my favorite scopes!! They are all I will put on my Guns!! If you have never had a nice scope, usually people say they have to be a High dollar Scope, Not in this case! You will be amazed at what you have been missing!! with other cheap or inexpensive scopes! The optic is a big deal when it comes to making that perfect shot on a Big Buck! The Scope Clarity makes alot more difference now, than when I was 25 also!!
October 22, 2013