Nikon PROSTAFF 5 Riflescope

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posted on March 20, 2013
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3/20/2013

With a variety of magnifications and reticles from which to choose, the Nikon PROSTAFF 5 line of riflescopes can be used for a multitude of applications.

The new PROSTAFF 5 riflescope features several technology upgrades, such as 4-time zoom range and a bright new optical system with Fully Multi-coated lenses, providing up to 95 percent light transmission and maximum brightness from dawn to dusk.

It also offers spring-loaded instant zero-reset turrets, and 4 inches of eye relief to provide a clear field of view, while keeping brows safe, even with the heaviest recoiling cartridges.

The quick focus eyepiece quickly and easily brings the reticle into focus, while the positive click reticle adjustments provide fast zeros that maintain. All models are waterproof, fog proof and shock proof, and can be used with Nikon’s Spot On Ballistics Software. Select models feature an illuminated reticle with five intensity levels of red or green.

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