Archive | March, 2011

Nikon NEW ProStaff Series of Riflescopes

Posted on 10 March 2011 by Tom Wiley

The ProStaff series features a fully multicoated optical system, up to 98% light transmission, spring loaded Zero-Reset turrets and precise ¼-MOA click adjustments.

The proven and trusted ProStaff 3-9×40 gets a technology upgrade that will satisfy even the most demanding of hunters. Thanks to bright new optics and remarkable Zero-Reset turrets, the all-new 3-9×40 models have what it takes to fit most any hunting style.

Enough power for the longest shots and a wide field of view for thick brush or timber.  The ProStaff Riflescopes are compatible with Nikon’s Spot On™ Technology to maximize long distance accuracy with any cartridge.

www.nikonhunting.com/spoton.

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Nikon ProStaff 7 Series Binoculars

Posted on 10 March 2011 by Tom Wiley

Nikon’s popular ATB binocular series adds the ProStaff® 7 to its lineup.

Featuring 8×42 and 10×42 models with fully multicoated, bright, high-resolution optics that are built into an ultra-rugged, waterproof, fogproof body, the full-size binocular delivers big-time performance that will fit any hunting style.

The new Nikon ProStaff 7 waterproof binocular is tough as nails and can go anywhere and take whatever you—or nature—dish out along the way. Long eye relief (15+mm), turn and slide rubber eyecups and a smooth diopter adjustment are just a few of the user-friendly features on this binocular. The rubber-armored body features sleek new contours for a sure grip, and lead-and-arsenic-free Eco-Glass.  Add aluminum high-reflective multilayer prism coating and waterproof, fogproof performance and you have a really great value in a binocular.

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Nikon Next Generation EDG Binoculars

Posted on 10 March 2011 by Tom Wiley

Nikon’s next generation of EDG binocular delivers ruggedness and extraordinary images.  Extra-low dispersion glass eliminates chromatic aberration or the dispersion that occurs when light rays of varying wavelengths pass through optical glass. Dielectric High-Reflective Multilayer Prism coatings ensure the brightest images even in the lowest light. Nikon ED glass produces brilliant, high-resolution images that are extremely bright, razor sharp and free of flare for unparalleled viewing in any conditions.

A wealth of advanced technologies are integrated into each and every optical part of the EDG line, including a Field Flattener Lens System. This cutting-edge technology results in a higher light transmission rate and flatter characteristics across the entire visible light range. This means experiencing a crystal clear field of view and more natural color reproduction.  EDG Binoculars are available in 7×42, 8×42, 10×42, 8×32 and 10×32 models.

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Nikon Bolt XR Cross Bow Scope

Posted on 10 March 2011 by Tom Wiley

The new Bolt XR 3×32 is a lower magnification, compact scope built specifically to work with a crossbow.

Fully packed with features, including the all-new Nikon BDC 60 Reticle calibrated specifically for crossbow bolts
with velocities of approximately 305 fps, the Bolt XR brings incredible precision to the crossbow world.

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Nikon ProStaff Rimfire 3-9×40 Matte BDC 150

Posted on 10 March 2011 by Tom Wiley

The 3-9×40 BDC 150 features repeatable ¼- inch @ 50 yds reticle adjustments, is 22 LR- specific with a BDC 150 reticle.

The new Rimfire 150 is parallax free at 50 yards.  The ProStaff series features a fully multicoated optical system, up to 98% light transmission, spring loaded Zero-Reset turrets and precise ¼-MOA click adjustments.

Like all Nikon scopes, the ProStaff series is protected by Nikon’s exclusive Full Lifetime Warranty.

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