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Nikon 6718 Scopes Zoom

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Model #: 6718
Nikon Pro Staff 4x 32mm Obj 11.1 ft @ 100 yds FOV 1" Tube Dia Matte Black
This product has been out of stock since Dec 05, 2015 and we do not have an expected date when it will be back in stock.

Full Description


    The Prostaff Rimfire is one of the best rimfire scopes on the market. Scope features a Fully Multicoated Optical System that provides up to 98% light transmission and maximum brightness from dawn to dusk. Precise .25 MOA hand-turn adjustments get you zeroed in quicker and maintain your setting, even with heavy recoil. Scope also features Zero-Reset turrets that simplify field adjustments. The Prostaff Rimfire is nitrogen filled and O-Ring sealed making it waterproof and fogproof.
    Field of View11.1 ft @ 100 yds
    Eye Relief4.1
    Tube Diameter1"
    Weight12 oz
    FinishBlack Matte
    Adj Size.25 MOA @ 100 yds
    Parallax Adjustment50yds
    Exit Pupil Range8mm
    ProofsWaterproof, Fogproof
    PurposeEnhance Accuracy
    Product ModelProStaff
    1. Best available 4X rimfire scope for the price (review by Dennis on 3/11/2015)

      I did not buy this Nikon Prostaff 4X rimfire from this seller but I put it on a Ruger American Rimfire Predator .22MAG which I did buy from CenterfireGuns.

      This scope is without a doubt the best quality optics in this price range that I have ever mounted on a rimfire rifle of any caliber or action. 4X is enough magnification for shots on larger game out to 100 yds. and perfectly suitable for informal shooting at closer ranges.

      The scope is VERY clear and has a generous eye relief the cross hairs are clear and distinct. The only issue that I have with it is that even though it says in the information 'full description' that the adjustments are 1/4" MOA at 100 yds. this is not true. On the adj. windage & elevation knobs under the caps on the scope it says '1/4" MOA at 50 yds.' Not a big deal for me.

      If this matters to you be aware that your adjustments may not be fine enough if you want it for target shooting but who uses a 4X for serious target shooting?

      I also own a Nikon Prostaff P Rimfire 2-7X32 and it also shows 1/4" MOA at 50 yds. adjustment on the turrets.

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