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Nikon ProStaff Rimfire 4 x 32 Black Matte Riflescope (Nikoplex)

by Nikon
116 customer reviews
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  • Compact riflescope with 4x magnification and 32mm objective lens
  • Fully multicoated optical system transmits up to 98 percent of available light
  • Zero-reset turret with spring-loaded adjustment knob; 4.1 inches of eye relief
  • Nitrogen-filled, O-ring-sealed housing for waterproof, fogproof performance
  • Nikoplex reticle; quick-focus eyepiece; measures 11.5 inches
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Product Description

6718 Features: -Fully multicoated optical system: Provides up to 98% light transmission and maximum brightness from dawn to dusk. -Precise 1/4-MOA hand-turn adjustments: Positive click reticle adjustments get you zeroed in quicker and maintain your setting-even with heavy recoil. -Generous, consistent eye relief: Keeps your brow safe-even with the heaviest recoiling cartridges, lightweight rifles, and severe shooting angles. -Zero-reset turrets: To simplify field adjustments, Nikon has integrated this feature into all new riflescopes. Magnification: -Low (approx. 1X - 7X)/Medium (approx. 3X - 16X). Usage: -Hunting/Tactical. Objective Lens Diameter: -31-40Mm. Tube Diameter: -1 Inch. Gun Type: -Rimfire Rifle/Air Rifle/Centerfire Rifle. Finish: -Black. Generic Dimensions: -Overall length: 11.5 in.

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The Nikon ProStaff Rimfire 4x32 riflescope not only lives up to the reputation of its predecessor, the Rimfire Classic, but sets the performance bar even higher. The scope's optical system transmits up to 98 percent of available light, ensuring maximum brightness in low-light, low-contrast hunting situations. To simplify field adjustments, Nikon also integrated a zero-reset turret into the riflescope. Just sight in as usual, lift the spring-loaded adjustment knob, rotate to your "zero," and re-engage. Field adjustments are now as simple as dialing in your subsequent ranges.

Nothing boosts a shooter's level of confidence better than generous, constant eye relief, which is why Nikon provided 4.1 inches of eye relief in the ProStaff. No more rough kickback from heavy recoiling cartridges, lightweight rifles, severe shooting angles, and just plain excitement. Other features include a Nikoplex reticle; a nitrogen-filled, O-ring-sealed housing that's waterproof and fogproof; support for an optional sunshade accessory for bright, rainy, or dusty conditions; and a large ocular with a quick-focus eyepiece. Lightweight and compact, the ProStaff 4x32 riflescope is an ideal choice for next-generation hunters and plinkers. The scope carries a lifetime warranty.



The ProStaff riflescope includes a Nikoplex reticle.
Specifications
  • Finish: Matte black
  • Reticle: Nikoplex
  • Actual magnification: 4x
  • Objective diameter: 32mm
  • Exit pupil: 8mm
  • Eye relief: 4.1 inches
  • Field of view: 11.1 @ 50 yards
  • Tube diameter: 1 inch
  • Objective OD: 1.67 inches
  • Eyepiece OD: 1.73 inches
  • Adjustment graduation: 1/4 MOA
  • Max internal adjustment: 80 MOA
  • Parallax setting: 50 yards
  • Length: 11.5 inches

About Nikon
The world leader in sports optics, Nikon is recognized globally for setting new standards in product design and performance. The unique strength of the Nikon brand is attributable to the company's unwavering commitment to quality, performance, technology, and innovation. Nikon markets and distributes riflescopes, field scopes, and binoculars.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15.5 x 4 x 3.5 inches ; 12 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B004MYBLXK
  • Item model number: 6718
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (116 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #81,862 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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71 of 73 people found the following review helpful By cornedbeefisdelicious on April 29, 2012
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I have a Ruger 10/22 carbine and I had a difficult time using the factory iron sights. The 10/22 quickly fell out of favor and I didn't shoot it for a couple of years. With ammo prices so high, I decided to put a scope on it to fend off the urge to buy an AR15.

There are so many scope choices for .22lr that I quickly became overwhelmed. All of the Chinese made .22lr scope are priced very seductively...I mean, can I really get a quality optic for less than $40? I did a lot of reading of reviews on the Chinese scopes and came to the conclusion that they were hit or miss. You either got a dud or a scope that seemed to work well, but sooner or later would malfunction. For the cost of two Chinese scopes, you can buy a Nikon rimfire 4x scope. I made the decision to forgo the potential gamble/cost savings/frustration of a Chinese scope and picked the Nikon. Also, since this was my first scope, I opted to go for the 4x because of its lower cost, lighter weight, compact dimensions and fewer controls.

The Nikon Prostaff Rimfire 4x scope has performed very well for me. The glass is clear and bright. It was very easy to zero in the cross hairs. The cross hair adjustments are easy to adjust, have very positive "clicks", and protected with caps to prevent inadvertent adjustments. I zeroed my scope in at 50 yards and honestly, the rifle and the scope are more accurate than I am!

If you are like me and you are having a hard time deciding which scope to get, pick the Nikon. You can't go wrong here.
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45 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Matthew on December 2, 2011
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I mounted this scope on a henry 22LR. optics are clear and brite. the zero reset turrets are nice and the 'spot on' software on nikon's web site is helpful for zeroing and shooting differnt ranges. you can even print out a cheat sheet that will tell you how many clicks it will take to adust point of impact to varrying ranges from your zero. I would buy this again and would not hesitate to buy another nikon scope.
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34 of 39 people found the following review helpful By M. Rodgers on March 31, 2012
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I have this on my Ruger 10/22 and it has turned the rifle into a nail driver. I have several Leopold scopes and this is just as brite and crisp at a fraction of the price. Shipping was fast and setup was easy.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By ahiker4u on January 9, 2013
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For a .22 rimfire rifle, this scope is probably the best you can buy for the money. The optics are extremely clear. The scope has some weight to it unlike some of it's competition. Making fine adjustments is a breeze with definite clicks using your fingers. No tools or coin needed like some others. It has a fixed parallex setting at 50 yards which is perfect for a .22 rimfire. Highly recommended! I plan on purchasing a few more of these!

NOTE: There is a minor downside to this scope as with all the Nikon Prostaff series. The turret dust caps are made of durable plastic but if you get in a hurry to install them, you can possibly crossthread the covers. I always start the dustcaps with a counter-rotation twist to make sure the threads start correctly. Once the scope is set I generally don't make adjustments anyway. I can't rate this scope down because it is an OUTSTANDING scope!
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By lopezrd on February 7, 2012
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I bought this scope, as well as some high-clearance Accu-Shot rings for my M&P 15-22. I sighted it in quickly, and it seems to be holding zero nicely. Optical clarity is good, and I'm pleased with it. Check local Walmart prices to make sure you're getting a good deal.
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31 of 37 people found the following review helpful By R. Norton on July 12, 2012
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I just got through mounting this on a Ruger 10/22 Takedown. It took about 45 minutes. I was looking for a "compact" scope because the Ruger Takedown model comes with a custom case that holds the firearm when its broken down. I was worried that the stock and receiver wouldn't fit after mounting a full size scope. After searching for "compacts" I finally decided it wasn't worth it to settle for an inferior scope just to make it fit in the case. Leapers (UTG) seemed cheap and Leopolds were overkill for a $300 rifle. Too my surprise after mounting the scope it still fit (barely) in the Ruger case. I used Weaver 1-Inch Steel Lock Mounts for Ruger 10/22 mounts so that I could still use my open sights for close range shooting. I'm pretty happy with this setup. The optics are clear and bright, eye relief is compatible with the 10/22, the zero return feature is nice and the adjustments feel solid. My fixed sights were already set so I put the rifle in a wood vise and zeroed the scope to the fixed sights. That should get me "on paper" when I get to the range. I will update this after I've had a chance to shoot a bit.
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Bob on September 29, 2012
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I am very happy with this scope. The quality is good, the optics are sharp, and the zero-reset turrets are a nice add-on. I put this on a bolt-action Marlin .22LR with medium rings, and it clears the bolt handle with about a pinky to spare.

I have a friend with a semi-auto .22LR with a cheaper BSA 4x32 scope on it. So I was interested to see what $100 buys you vs $50ish. Both do the job fine. They put a crosshair over what you want to hit, and you can knock the wings off a fly at 25 yards with a .22 rifle. That said, the brightness of the Nikon is superior, but the most obvious difference was how clear the image from edge to edge through the Nikon. On the cheaper scope, there is a bit of rainbowing/distortion at the edges of the glass.

In addition to better glass than a Wal-Mart bubble-pack scope (which I am not knocking, they get the job done), it has a lifetime transferable warranty. So on the whole, I am glad I went the $100 route with this scope.
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