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Nikon Prostaff 3-9x40 BDC Rimfire Rifle Scope

$149.99
Nikon Prostaff 3-9x40 BDC Rimfire Rifle Scope - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

Keep your target in view with the Nikon® Prostaff 3-9x40 BDC Rimfire Riflescope. This riflescope features a .22 LR-specific BDC reticle and a 50-yard parallax setting that provides the hunter confidence and precision to shoot out to a minimum of 150 yards. It also includes fully multi-coated lenses, zero-reset turrets for simple field adjustments and a quick-focus eyepiece to help you get the best shot possible.
The riflescope is waterproof, fogproof and shockproof for a supreme performance in harsh weather conditions.

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FEATURES:

  • .22 LR-specific BDC 150 reticle and 50-yard parallax setting for precision out to a minimum of 150 yards
  • Fully multi-coated lenses for maximum brightness, contrast and light transmission up to 92%
  • Zero-reset turrets for simple field adjustments
  • Precise 1/4-inch at 50 yards adjustments with 80 MOA adjustment range (at 100 yards)
  • Quick-focus eyepiece
  • Large ocular with quick focus eyepiece
  • Waterproof, fogproof and shockproof
  • Sun shade adaptable with 40mm and 50mm models


SPECS:

  • Reticle: BDC 150
  • Finish: Matte
  • Actual Magnification: 3x-9x
  • Effective Objective Diameter: 40mm
  • Exit Pupil (mm): 13.3-4.4
  • Eye Relief (in.): 3.6-3.6
  • FOV at 100 yards (ft.): 33.8-11.3 @ 100 yards
  • Tube Diameter: 1 in
  • Objective O.D. (mm/in): 50.3/1.98
  • Eyepiece O.D. (mm/in): 44/1.73
  • Length (in): 12.4
  • Weight (oz): 425g / 15.0oz
  • Adjustment Graduation (1 click): 1/4 MOA @ 50 yards
  • Max. Internal Adjustment: 80 MOA
  • Parallax setting (yds): 50
Country of Origin: Philippines
Web ID: 12472447

Customer Reviews:

Nikon Prostaff 3-9x40 BDC Rimfire Rifle Scope 4.9 5 77 77
Doesn't get any better! Great piece of equipment, great price, great service. Exactly what I wanted... A must-have for my Ruger 10-22! December 3, 2014
High Quality For The Price Easy to mount, easy to zero at 50. The BDC gives accuracy to 100 yards with no problem December 2, 2014
Great Honestly good scope for the money and intend use! Will be getting another one for other .22lr November 26, 2014
Great Scope Great scope. The quality was what I expected from Nikon. Price was good although I wish Dick's offered the P-22 November 15, 2014
Great combo Excellent for 22lr and also 17wsm. Mounted on Savage Bmag. 11 yr old son piles rounds on top of one another. Bmag and the Prostaff are a lethal combo. Helped that it was on sale for $129 November 13, 2014
great scope. Always been a supporter of Leo and Redfield but Nikon is putting out some solid optics. For the price it's amazing. Gathers light like the best of em. Optic clarity is great and adjusting is accurate and crisp. Bdc on rimfire is set almost perfectly. liked this scope so much bought a 4-12 for my 270 and again I love it. Holds zero very well. I will continue to buy nikkon November 11, 2014
Nikon Prostaff 3-9x40 BDC Rimfire Scope for My Ruger 10/22 T A bit about the rifle: - Ruger 10/22 T - Factory twist hammer forged bull barrel - Factory trigger massaged to 12 ounce break - Glass bedded into a Hogue over-molded stock - Rock Mount 6-9 inch pivoting bi-pod I had a USA made Redfield 3-9 by 40mm scope. (high quality, excellent clarity, changing magnification didn't change the zero) With this rig I could shoot 9mm brass at 25 yards consistently. I would also use the rifle to teach people who never shot before. Anyone can shoot 8's and 9's with this rig. I moved the Redfield to a Savage 93 FV because I could not find a 22 Mag optimized scope, but I could find several for 22LR. I did so with some sense of trepidation despite the fact that is made more sense to re-scope the Ruger. I did my research and chose very carefully. At the same time I don't just throw money at a project. I try to strike a balance between quality and reasonable expense. This scope is definitely that. It holds zero. The light transfer is excellent for the price. The eye relief is very forgiving. The adjustments are easy to work with. The BDC reticle is functional. And, it looks good on my "baby sniper rifle". Let's face it, that's a concern. It does what I hoped it would do. I think you'd have to spend a lot more money to get anything noticeably better. November 1, 2014
Nikon the name says it all. I have a Nikon Monarch UCC 3-9X40 BDC on my Remington 308 Bolt action. This scope is very accurate, clear and performs great in low light conditions. I bought the Nikon Prostaff 3-9X40 BDC Rimfire Scope and put in on my Marlin 22 mag. This scope has the same features as the Nikon Prostaff 3-9X40 BDC the only difference is the parallax setting and it is calibrated for rimfire rifles. Great scope. Hard to go wrong with Nikon. Very accurate, clear and great in low light conditions. If you want a really good scope for the money go Nikon! October 26, 2014
Beyond My Expectations.... For the money, I have found Nikons Prostaff series to be exactly as described. There may well be some out there better, no doubt... but for the hunter/plinker, this model-value is very hard to beat. Save your money on the cheap 22 scopes and step up to this one right away. Over the years I have purchased scopes from cheap to expensive...we get what we pay for is the lesson I've learned too often. For the hunter/plinker in me, this Nikon suits me just fine! ...Mark October 26, 2014
Excellent Optics for the $ Love my new NikonProstaff! Very clear optics, and grouped 3 rounds of shots in an inch diameter pattern at 145 yds. October 23, 2014
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