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Nikon Prostaff 3-9x40 Riflescope
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- 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
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Magnification: 3-9x Objective Diameter: 40mm Exit Pupil: 4.4-13.3mm Field of View: 11.3-33.8 ft @ 100 yds Tube Diameter - Other: 1 in Eye Relief: 3.6in Objective Outside Diameter: 50mm Eyepiece Outside Diameter: 44mm Overall Length: 12.4 in Adjustment Graduation - Other: 1/4 in Max Internal Adjustment: 80 MOA Parallax Setting - Other: 100 yds Waterproof/Fogproof: Yes Light Transmission - Other: Up To 98 Supplied Accessories: Nikon lens caps, Nikon windage, Elevation caps Weight: 13.7 oz Manufacture Warranty: Workmanship/Materials Lifetime Guarantee Manufacture Item Number: 6721 (Nixoplex), 6722 (BDC)
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My eye is not calibrated, but Nikon says this scope has 98% light transmission and I believe them. The glass is incredibly bright and sharp. My binoculars and spotting scope appear terribly inferior to this scope (I kept checking for dirt/dust). The scope focuses and zooms easily. Sighting in is a piece of cake thanks to the turret reset capability. Ample eye relief allows for an easy, comfortable, and flexible stance. I've shot friends' Leupold VXII and VXIII scopes in the past. I might be able to discern the more expensive scopes in a side-by-side comparison, but I do not remember being any more impressed when I shot those vastly more expensive optics...certainly would go ProStaff after seeing the price difference.
A word of caution, this scope is larger than expected thanks to the beefy rugged housing. This thing appears to be built like a tank. You may need higher scope rings. I needed 50mm Weaver rings for my Model 70 to cycle the action.
Also, I found numerous incorrect references to Butler Creek Flip Up cover sizes and incorrect ProStaff dimensions at various online retailers. Apparently the new ProStaff is substantially larger than previous generations. I found that Butler Creek #19 and #31 fit the eyepiece and objective, respectively.
I cannot imagine ever needing a better scope. I never imagined I could get a scope this nice for the price. This has to be the best value scope on the market.
This scope does not disappoint. For the money, it does what I need it to do, and does it accurately. It's spot on and seems to continue to hold zero perfectly. The only gripe is at full zoom, you do get a bit of a blur in it. But the furthest I shoot is about 300 yards, so the blurring is not a big issue for me. This scope has been a great addition to my AR, and would recommend it to anyone who is just a recreational shooter who doesn't want to spend a ton of money on glass for their AR.
Also, Nikon has a program on their website that allows you to figure out what distance the bullet drops are depending on the caliber you're shooting - this came in very handy for initially shooting, the bullet drops worked fairly well.