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Nikon Rifle Scopes

January 15, 2010

Here’s a feature over-view of rifle scopes offered by Nikon both for first time shooters as well as for avid professional hunters.

About Nikon Rifle Scopes

To purchase a product that promises quality in terms of make and usage, Nikon is a brand you can’t disregard. With technology pointing the way and a life time warranty that sets aside all fears related to purchasing a product, you may be guaranteed the best in a Nikon rifle scope. The company has a broad selection of rifle scopes in its inventory, some of which are the sovereign series, Buckmasters, Omega, and SlugHunter, ProStaff and Team Realtree scopes. These scopes come covered with Ultra Clear Coat which supplies anti-reflection features. This knocks out the need for tools to do the same thereby saving a lot of effort and time.

The Titanium series is provided with clearness and the power to tolerate rough conditions which make it excellent for big game hunting. A 44mm lens, which is adjustable, serves as a vital accessory for foggy days and low lit conditions. With no glare features and a scratch resistant matte finish, you can be sure that this is a scope to go with. The Nikon Buckmaster rifle scope series also share a few of these features and are waterproof and fog explanation.

The Nikon Monarch rifle scope series offers an African model. Equipped with a German reticle and a single tube make, you’ll be delighted on each hunting expedition.

The newly introduced Nikon Omega rifle scope is the tamer version of its source, the 3-9x forty muzzleloader scopes. This scope promises to be as impressive and spotless as the first as it contains almost all features that come with the first piece. It contains the BDC 250 Reticle, which can be adjusted for muzzleloader shots; it easily delivers what it promises.

With rifle scopes that fit each budget and liking, Nikon rifle scopes strives to introduce new pieces that fulfill varied desires and are moderately priced, in order to not be too steep or unaffordable.