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Nikon Buckmaster 3-9x40 Riflescope (Matte, BDC)

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  • Durable, versatile riflescope is the result of collaboration between Nikon and Buckmasters
  • Brightvue anti-reflective system of multicoated lenses provides over 92 percent anti-reflection capability
  • BDC reticle trajectory-compensating system is designed and calibrated to provide fast, simple aiming points for various shot distances
  • 100 percent water and fog-proof housing, O-ring sealing and nitrogen filling ensure moisture never penetrates interior
  • Includes limited lifetime manufacturer's warranty
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Nikon's renowned Brightvue multi-coating provides 92% light transmission for outstanding optical clarity.
One of the world's best-known optics companies, Nikon Sport Optics, has teamed with one of the nation's most respected sporting organizations, Buckmasters, to produce a riflescope line featuring high-quality optics.

Built to withstand the toughest hunting conditions, these scopes integrate shock-, fog-, and water-proof construction, as well as numerous other features rarely found on riflescopes in this price range. Nikon's Brightvue anti-reflective system of multicoated lenses provides over 92% anti-reflection capability for the high levels of light transmission and optical clarity necessary for dawn-to-dusk big game hunting. After the lenses are cut and polished, Nikon coats them with multiple layers of anti-reflective compounds. The compounds serve to boost light transmission, improve contrast to pull game out of its surroundings, deliver true color rendition and flare-free viewing, and enhance the overall image quality.

The brightest in its class, the Nikon Buckmasters riflescope has a proven track record of reliability, durability, and precision, making it a true hunter's workhorse. The scope is at home on nearly any hunting rifle, muzzle loader, or even rimfire, boasting a rugged, one-inch main body tube, a bullet drop compensating (BDC) reticle for easy holdover out to 600 yards (magnum calibers), and ultra-high-performance lenses.

The BDC reticle is perhaps the most compelling feature, as its trajectory-compensating system is designed and calibrated to provide fast, simple aiming points for various shot distances. The unique system integrates a series of small "ballistic circles" to produce an unobstructed view of the target.



The bullet drop compensating (BDC) reticle provides fast, simple aiming points for various shot distances.

Specifications

  • 3 to 9X actual magnification
  • 40-millimeter effective objective diameter
  • 4.4- to 13.3-millimeter exit pupil
  • 3.6-inch eye relief
  • 11.9- to 35.7-foot field of view at 100 yards
  • One-inch tube diameter
  • 49.3-millimeter objective O.D.
  • 43-millimeter eyepiece O.D.
  • 13.1-inch length
  • 16.1-ounce weight
  • 1/4 MOA adjustment graduation
  • 80 MOA maximum internal adjustment
  • 100-yard parallax setting

Lifetime Warranty
Nikon riflescopes include a limited lifetime manufacturer's warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.

Product Description

Some models available with BDC reticle (bullet drop compensating) Guaranteed waterprooof, fogproof and shockproof.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15.7 x 4.8 x 2.9 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000FGZRMU
  • Item model number: 6421
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #107,389 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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One of the best value scopes you can buy by far.
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I shot 4-5 round groups all between 1-1.5" MOA and could see the target impacts as well as the spotter.
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Build quality is excellent, and optics are very clear and high contrast.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan Morris on January 7, 2010
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This scope is a great buy. The BDC works as advertised. I have had more expensive scopes that weren't as clear as the Buckmaster.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By D. MacInnis on October 12, 2010
I put this on my young daughter's rifle, a .17 caliber Ruger 77/17 bolt action. I didn't want her feeling like she didn't get the quality scope her dad has. This being her first rifle, she sighted it in at 100 yds with a 3-shot group of 1/2". True sub-MOA. She loves it and she has learned to love shooting. I couldn't ask for anything more and this Nikon was the way to go. She made the scope adjustments herself sighting it in until her shots were hitting bullseye. It's a great scope, crystal clear, accurate, and easy to use.
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11 of 15 people found the following review helpful By James R. Paradiso on February 10, 2010
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I mounted this 3-9X40 with the BDC on my Remington 7mm using Tully one piece base/ring mounts. Very nice optic and great price here on Amazon. After sighting in I wish I jumped up to a bit higher magnification for using it with a magnum rifle. The BDC is suppose to be sighted in at 200 for it to work the way it should. However with a 3-9 magnification it can be a bit tricky to get it spot on and then consistently placing your shots at 300+ with only a 3-9 can be a little tough. It's definitely a quality scope for the price though.
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21 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Marshall H. on March 21, 2013
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**If you would like to save yourself months of needless hassle I recommend reading the lower portion of this review**
The clarity of the glass is astounding for the price. I was easily seeing 6mm diameter holes in a piece of cardboard at 150yds on the only day I was able to use the scope. The second time out with it was on an early morning hunting trip. I had checked the zero the evening before and there was no issues. Got up before the sun and spent a few hours calling for some coyotes to no avail. Decided to let off a few rounds at a target 50yds away when we got back to the truck. Windage was off by six whole feet. Shot a variety of ammo between 50 and 100yds to check, POI remained the same every single time so I ruled out rifle, ammo, or scope mount problems. The rifle and scope were never dropped or mishandled at any point either. The only thing that I can imagine happened was that the cold weather (only about 20F), caused some type of internal breakage. I find that obviously unacceptable. Well thank goodness for a lifetime warranty with a multi-billion dollar company, right? WRONG! Going on 2 months and they just finally mailed me a letter that they have my scope 2 days ago. Still no end in sight. Here's an excerpt from my customer service review given I just finished writing...

"This is in reference to warranty issues with a Nikon Buckmaster rifle scope:
Great product, great price, great warranty, ATROCIOUS CUSTOMER SERVICE. I waited patiently for 4 weeks after sending in my rifle scope for warranty until I finally followed up with a question about its status. The online exchanges with a Nikon rep were vague, delayed, unhelpful, and a complete waste of my time. He requested a shipping receipt, I scanned it and sent it in, to which he replies he will be searching for it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jason P on January 3, 2014
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I have this scope on my Remington 700 chambered in .308. I zeroed this scope at 100 yards in February 2013 and have fired a couple hundred rounds since then with no trouble with the reticle or accuracy. It has been bounced around in the back of the truck and strapped across the 4-wheeler. Even after sitting unused for a couple of months I was able to hit a can of Tannerite (smaller than a 12oz can of your favorite beverage) at 110 yards with the first shot. I'm considering another one for my Ruger Mini 14 Tactical (if it looked tactical I would have already bought it).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By grizzle on July 17, 2012
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After trying some bargain priced scopes and being dissatisfied with their build quality and performance, I bought this and will never go back. Build quality is excellent, and optics are very clear and high contrast. After zeroing in at 100 yards it has held the setting rock solid, for over 40 shots using Federal Fusion 165gr. A perfect size for my Interarms Mark X .308. Use Nikon's "Spot On" website tool to calculate the distance for each BDC Dot based on your rifle and cartridge. Basically - if you are still trying to decide on a good deer rifle scope, just get one - you'll be glad.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By James Crumley on February 17, 2010
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I purchased the buckmaster bdc 3-9x40 for a new remington model 700 sps 30-06 and just love it. The optics are crystal clear. This scope has the quality of a $300 to $400 scope. It took less than 1 box of shells to achieve 1" grouping at 100 yards. I would definitely reccommend the nikon.
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7 of 10 people found the following review helpful By M. Ross on January 12, 2010
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I recently purchased this product for my new Weatherby Vanguard 30-06. I am a long-time open sight shooter - calibers 22 through 30-06. As an 'old man', I am a newbie when it comes to hunting with a scope. Needless to say, I did a lot of investigating. I eventually decided on a Nikon scope with a BDC reticle.

A note on scope brightness: The greater the transmitted light, the brighter the scope (and the greater the expense!). The Nikon 3-9x40 Buckmaster transmits 92% of gathered light compared to 90% of other models. The Amazon price point on this bright scope made the increased cost negligible (within $10 of similar Nikon scopes).

I have range-tested this scope an sighted it in at 100 yards with my Weatherby. What a bright scope! I shot 4-5 round groups all between 1-1.5" MOA and could see the target impacts as well as the spotter.
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