by Richard Mann -
Monday, December 16, 2013
To hit a 5-inch steel plate at long range with a hunting rifle, you’ll need to know where to hold. Nikon’s BDC reticle, paired with their Spot On technology will tell you just that.
Nikon’s BDC reticle is one of the best ways to simplify long-range shooting, particularly when combined with Nikon Spot On technology.
The powder adjustment ring on the Nikon Prostaff 3.5-14x40 mm riflescope is covered with tacky rubber, with an elevated knob to make magnification adjustment quick and easy.
The Nikon Prostaff 3.5-14x40 mm riflescope has a side parallax adjustment with a range from 50 yards to infinity.
Nikon Prostaff scopes have a fast-focus, easy-to-adjust eyepiece.
The Nikon Prostaff 3.5-14x40 mm riflescope is available with the standard Nikoplex, a Mil Dot or the BDC reticle. All of these reticles interface with Nikon Spot On technology.
The windage and elevation adjustment dials on the Nikon Prostaff 3.5-14x40 mm riflescope are hand adjustable and hidden under screw-off caps. They can also be reset to “0.”
Nikon’s Prostaff line of riflescopes consists of 29 models. This 3.5-14x40 mm Prostaff scope would make a nice addition to a big-game or varmint rifle and retails for well under $400.
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