Compact riflescope with 3 to 9x magnification and 40mm objective lens * Fully multicoated optical system transmits up to 98 percent of available light * Zero-reset turret with spring-loaded adjustment knob; 3.6 inches of eye relief * Nitrogen-filled, O-ring-sealed housing for waterproof, fogproof performance * BDC reticle; quick-focus eyepiece; measures 12.4 inches
This is a Great scope for the money. The optics are very clear at all magnifications and the BDC reticle is easy to see. You can go on Nikon's website and download their app ($5.00) or use it for free. The free version requires you to input your information every time you access the software, a bit of a pain but it is free.This scope was very easy to zero. Firm, positive clicks on the turrents and very accurate. If it says 1/8" or 1/4" at 100yds, believe it!I will be looking to replace several other scopes ..
Couldn't be happier with this scope. For the price, it's the best. I'm a retired federal officer with a first place marksman trophy. I leveled this scope on my Remington 700 .270 and site it in on my ranch. It was dusk and raining. Bulls eye every time at 100 yards. Zeroed at 100 yds and went back to 200 yards. I used the BDC mark for 200 yds, Bulls eye right on the X. Incredible.Visibility through the glass was clear as my naked eye.I use nothing but Nikon products, cameras, scopes, etc. I know what scope ..
I am very impressed with this scope by Nikon. After months of research, I decided to go with Nikon because of the lifetime warranty, BDC reticle, SpotOn online ballistic software, and quality optics. After realizing the new ProStaff has all the features I wanted in the Buckmaster and possibly better optics to boot, I was sold. If you are like me and want a high quality, mid-range scope for hunting and target shooting without paying more than your rifle, you will not be disappointed by this impressive pie..