Nikon PROSTAFF 7 2.5-10×42 Nikoplex

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The Nikon ProStaff 7 2.5-10X42 Riflescope has Nikon’s Spring-Loaded Instant Zero-Reset Turrets that allow the user to return the turrets to the zero mark after sighting in, so that subsequent adjustments are simpler. Just sight-in as usual, then lift the spring-loaded adjustment knob, rotate to your “zero”, and reengage. Field adjustments are now as simple as dialing-in your subsequent ranges.

Low-light situations require superior glass and light gathering ability. Nikon ProStaff 7 2.5-10X42 Riflescope has all the features to ensure a successful hunt especially in those crucial times near dawn and dusk. Built with Nikon’s high-quality Fully-Multicoated lenses, 30mm main body tubes and 4-time zoom magnification range, the Nikon ProStaff 7 2.5-10X42 Riflescope is the latest winning product in the long line of Nikon Sport Optics.

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    When lazing a target, the reticle has some additional lines that appear while its measuring and the unit actually returns the results very quickly. Unfortunately, the long range performance of the 7i was just not good enough. When trying to laze a bare hillside over 700 yards, it would seldom, if ever, return a distance. Trying to range a tree covered hillside was even worse. If lazing the side of a building it did do much better, but still was not near the full stated range. The unit is small, light, and simple to operate which are all good traits for a portable LRF, but if you need a unit with the ability to get to 1000 yards and beyond in all terrain conditions, you will probably want to explore more powerful options than the Nikon Prostaff 7i.

    The Nikon ProStaff 7 2.5-10X42 Riflescope, like all of Nikon’s riflescopes, are optimized for use with Nikon Spot On Ballistic Match Technology. Spot On allows you to discover all of the exact aiming points on your scope’s reticle at various yardages for your specific ammunition and load.