Nikon PROSTAFF Target EFR Riflescope

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posted on March 1, 2012
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The Nikon PROSTAFF Target EFR riflescope is designed for .22s and air rifles providing versatility of focusing at extended range.

This new scope uses the Nikon Precision Reticle with a fine crosshair and a dot, along with an adjustable objective lens that allows focusing from 10 meters to infinity.

The EFR also comes with a 50-yard parallax setting, and is multicoated for brightness, contrast and light transmission. The scope comes with a matte finish, and features 1/4-inch adjustment at 50 yard with an 80-MOA adjustment range at 100 yards.

It has Zero-Reset turrets, and is waterproof, fogproof and shockproof. The PROSTAFF Target EFR 3-9x40 will retail for $189.95 and is compatible with Nikon Spot On Ballistic Match Technology.

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