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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"
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Offering Nikon’s fully multicoated optical system for up to 98% light transmission, and precise adjustment technologies, the Nikon® ProStaff® Shotgun Hunter 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.

  • 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
Nikon ProStaff Shotgun Hunter Scope 4.5 5 13 13
Very good purchase This is the first time that I used a BDC scope. Before I used a standard cross hair scope. This BDC is awesome. I use a 12 guage H&R single shot with 2 3/4 lightfield sabot slugs. Once zeroed in at 50 yds., it's set for 100 to 200 yards using the BDC circles. Best scope I ever owned. I highly recommend it to ahy serious hunter. August 16, 2011
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
total let down I have the 2x7 x32 slug hunter mounted on a 12 gauge slug gun with solid steel mounts and a top quality base today I attempted too sight it in and after 3 rounds of Hornady SST 2 3/4 the scope is all but useless you cannot see thru the optics unless.you are on three power or lower I have tried to adjust with the eye piece to see if I could clear up the view with no luck. Hopefully their coustmer service is better June 9, 2013
Just over all AWESOME I use this the BDC Shotgun Slug on all three of my slug guns My Moss 500 12 ga with SST three and half inch groups to 350 yards, JUST flat out SWEET, on my other Moss 12ga using Light Field Slugs two a half inch groups out to 170 yards and my 20 ga Moss with Shotgun Slug scope BDC with Light fields one and half inch group at 200 yards.. Nikon Is Flat out AWESOME Thanks Nikon Robert,,,, From Indiana July 21, 2013
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I'd be mounting it to a Mossberg 535 Turkey/Deer combo. I have a picatinny rail I just bought for it. Are mounting rings all I will need now?
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It depends on what you are mounting it on. There are scope bases available for most shotguns, and some like the Mossberg Trophy Slugster have an integral base. Without knowing what you have for a shotgun it's impossible to get more specific.
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While Nikon does not manufacture rings and bases there are several manufactures that can supply the required items for mounting the scope to your firearm. Please check with BassPro for more details
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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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No. The BDC system is on the second focal plane which means it appears to stay the same size as you zoom in and out. "Drops" will only be correct at one magnification, which will be at or near maximum magnification.
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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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