Nikon® ProStaff® Shotgun Hunter Scope

   

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2X - 7X

Product Color:
Matte Black

Size:
11.5"-12.5oz.

Objective Size (mm):
32mm

Eye Relief:
3.8"

Reticle:
BDC

FOV:
33.9 - 9.5"

Tube Size:
1"
  • Nikon’s fully multicoated optical system for up to 98% light transmission
  • Precise adjustment technologies
  • Optimal light transmission
  • Extremely bright, high-resolution picture
  • BDC 200 reticle
  • Precise, repeatable 1/4-MOA click adjustments
  • Generous eye relief
  • 100% waterproof and fogproof
  • Manufacturer's lifetime warranty

Offering Nikon’s fully multicoated optical system for up to 98% light transmission, and precise adjustment technologies, this shotgun scope offers superior hunting performance at prices that fit into the budget of any hunter. You get optimal light transmission for extremely bright, high-resolution picture, and the BDC 200 reticle offers versatility with precise, repeatable 1/4-MOA click adjustments and generous eye relief. 100% waterproof and fogproof. Manufacturer's lifetime warranty.

Manufacturer model #: 6720.

FOV = Field of view at 100 yards

Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Scope!! Was very happy with this scope. Coupled with a Warne picadilly rail and scope rings it was the perfect compliment to my Savage 220. December 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by JUST the scope I was looking for! Wanted a scope for my AR in 7.62x39 and there were so many choices out there. Some how I found this, What a great scope. Best glass I have seen anywhere near this price point. At just 12 ounce way lighter than most other scopes I looked at. FYI the P Series mounts work very well with this and are just 5 ounces the complete set weighs what most scopes just weigh. Size, weight, and the quality make this one a winner December 5, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Hard to follow moving targets Nice Quality Scope for the $$, but the eye relief is not the best. Its hard to line up your eye and the target when theres a moving target (running deer). I have other scopes that are cheaper and have better eye relief than this. This would be a good scope for still hunters, but if you have a deer on the move, its hard to line up while still in shotgun range. I returned this. October 23, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Highly Impressed I was skeptical about purchasing a BDC reticle scope but gave this one a chance. I did this primarily because it is made by a decent company and because it was on sale. I have put this scope on my H&R Ultra Slug Hunter. Getting the cross hairs sighted in at 50 yards was pretty easy. I move to the hundred yard range used my first BDC reticle and found that I was dead on. The only draw back is that the company wants you to purchase a 5 dollar phone app to tell you specifics on bullet drop for the BDC based on velocity of the round being shot and the weight of the projectile. Yes this may be a necessary app if you want exact specifics, but we have just purchased their product and should not have to make a secondary purchase. Thankfully I had enough ammo and a long enough range that I was able to check for the proper BDC distances. Overall, it a good scope. October 15, 2013
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Once you have adjusted your windage and elevation to your target, why would you set it back to zero?
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You're setting the turret clicks back to zero but the reticle itself doesn't move when you do this. If you then 'dope your scope' for a particular shot, you can easily recover the base sight-in setting afterwards without counting clicks.
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You set your turrets to zero after you zero your scope so that if you ever adjust your elevation or windage for a long shot you can easily return your scope to how it was zeroed. If you never use your turrets once your scope is zeroed zero reset turrets have no added value but since laser rangefinders have become common, many hunters are shooting distances where they need to adjust their turrets.
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as long as you use the spot on website and mark down your yardage at your specific magnafication you will be very close.
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No yardage changes with magnification I highly reccomend goin to nikon spot on in your computer. There u add exact grain wieghts powder loads and it will give u ur exact yardage per drop.
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