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When you get a Nikon rifle scope you know you’re buying from an organization that is one of the premiere makers of precision optics and photography hardware.

They are dedicated to quality, performance, and updated technology of all their products. Once you have selected to buy from Nikon, you have to decide what scope will be applicable for your requirements.

Nikon’s Buckmaster rifle scopes offers everything you would like out of a new scope at a fair cost. Many of these rifle scopes come an ultra-matte finish which the majority are pleased with the way in which they look on their rifles. They come with a BDC ( bullet drop compensation ) reticle that will let you decide how far up on the target you want to hold before you shoot.

The Nikon Buckmater rifle scopes also come with high-resolution lenses with light capacities up to 92% for nice, clear pictures. They also come with hand-turnable reticle adjustments so your not digging in your pocket for a coin to make adjustments, a fast-focus eyepiece and accurate targeting up to five hundred yards after sighting in at a hundred yards. But that isn’t all of the Nikon Buckmasters have to give.

The Nikon Buckmaster scopes are all a hundred percent waterproof, fogproof and shockproof. They also come with the Nikon fog eliminator wipes that may lose mist on the outside of the lenses even in the worst climatic conditions. This is a giant thing for lots of people because although the scope will not fog internally, the outside of the scope can still collect fog and water. These wipes let you clean the outside of the scope till it is as clean as the interior.

Nikon Buckmaster rifle scopes are good for most of the people planning to use them for deer hunting. They are not too voluminous on the end of the scope or excessively long in length. Another good thing is that the adjustments turns clockwise to extend power and it’s nicely raised to make moving the power ring easy. Plenty of people have announced this comes in terribly handy especially when hunting in cold conditions. Last though not least they come with Nikon’s lifetime guarantee.

To get the very best of Nikon hunting scopes, visit http://nikonhunting.net/ and read more about nikon hunting, and bushnell rifle scopes.

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  1. I recently purchased this scope for my AR. I Installed it on the Nikon P-series mounts, have put butler creek flip up 19 and 31’s on it, and put 2000 rounds downrange. Scope stayed completely zeroed with everything I threw at it; bumps, hard dives, a tumble or two with an unbalanced bi-pod, and letting 3 complete strangers throw it into the mud with my rifle!! Picked up a lens cleaning pen and haven’t looked back! If you want an ARD for this scope the Sunguard KillFlash #3 (found on midway)is what you would search for (fits inside the butler creek 31’s). The turret system makes zeroing this scope in COMPLETELY easy and the BDC reticule is right on! I was shooting sub MOA groups @ 100 with non-match 55g PMC/Independence.

  2. I heard that optical coating can make a major difference and Nikon is lagging behind bushnell in terms of coating? Is that correct. I am planning to order either a bushnell or Nikon scope. I am confused on this point would be great if you could clarify.

    • Optical coating can make a major difference in the longevity of your hunting scope. As for optical coating, both Bushnell and Nikon are powerhouses. So, we’ll have to see how things unfold.

  3. I am little confuse between Nikon P-223 3-9×40 Mate BDC 600 or Nikon ProStaff 3-9×40 Black Matte Riflescope (BDC 150). please help me which is best scopes for hunting.


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