Expert Video: Light Transmission in Nikon Scopes

Posted on 13 December 2009 by Tom Wiley

In this expert video, Joey Daniels from Philadelphia Gun & Pawn in Philadelphia, MS explains the craftsmanship behind Nikon optics products, specifically the light transmission or light gathering ability found in various Nikon Scope series. He explains by price point. He talks specifically about the ProStaff scope series and the various specifications and qualities. I think you’ll find his comments interesting and informative – enjoy the video!

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5 Comments For This Post

  1. C.J. Says:

    THE VIDEO WAS VERY INFORMATIVE. YOU REALLY KNOW YOUR STUFF. I HAVE A NIKON SCOPE ON MY RIFLE AND WOULD NOT GIVE ANYTHING FOR IT. GOOD JOB ON THIS VIDEO!!!!!!

  2. Mike Morrison Says:

    Hi Joey, Good information on the nikon scoop’s, I have a nikon pro staff scoop on my 270 and I went on a hunt in canada. Shot a 12 point, 300 lb. white tail. Scope is very accurate droped deer within 20 ft. Live in La. will come to see you for a lazer pistol grip for my wife’s 380. Great Commerical.

  3. Anna Magee Says:

    Hey Joey, Ed just gave me the new gun with the Nikon scope and WOW! I could see everything so clearly. And thanks for recommending the 444 Marlin. Much easier for me to use and not have to crane my neck to see out of the scope. I’m all set for next year now. Thanks again. By the way, I want to get a Nikon scope for Ed for Fathers Day.

  4. Lindy Lou Says:

    Hey! You know more than I thought you knew! Good going -

  5. Wendi Anne Says:

    Joey, you did so good. You sounded very professional!
    I want your autograph.

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