Nikon Rimfire Scope

Nikon P-22 AR Rimfire Scope- 2-7x32, Nikoplex Reticle & Two ...


Nikon Rimfire Scope News:

Nikon Prostaff 3-9×40 Rimfire Rifle Scope 6725, Matte w/ BDC 150 …

Nikon Pro Staff 3-9×40 Rimfire BDC 150 Matte Riflescope 6725 gears you up for a fun and successful hunting experience. This scope from Nikon packs the punch of Nikon …

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Nikon Prostaff 3-9×40 Rimfire Rifle Scope 6725, Matte w/ BDC 150 …

Nikon Pro Staff 3-9×40 Rimfire BDC 150 Matte Riflescope 6725 gears you up for a fun and successful hunting experience. This scope from Nikon packs the punch of Nikon …

Original Source: http://www.opticsplanet.com/nikon-prostaff-rimfire-3-9x40mm-riflescope-matte-w-bdc-150-reticle.html

Nikon ProStaff® Rimfire Riflescope : Cabela’s

Outfitted with a BDC-150 reticle calibrated to shoot .22 LR ammo with precision out to 150 yards. Fully multicoated optics provide outstanding light transmission and …

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Nikon P-22 Rimfire Rifle Scope 2-7x 32mm 1/2 MOA Adjustments BDC 150

The Nikon P-22 rimfire scope is optimized for precision accuracy with the .22 long rifle cartridge and AR platforms. The advanced fully multi-coating system provides …

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Weaver RV7 Lightweight Squirrel Scope

Review on the Weaver RV7, my choice for lightweight squirrel hunting rifles. Read more about this scope at http://www.squirrelhuntingjournal.com/weaver-rv-7-…


Q&A:

Don asked Does anyone know of a good scope for ruger 10 22?

I just got my ruger 1022 a few days ago, and i want to get a scope for it. This is my first .22 rifle and i dont want to spend more than 50 or 60 bucks on the scope. Wal mart has some for around 30-50 $$. Should i just get a cheap one from walmart or spend a little more money on a beter one???

And got the following answer:

Best under $100 in my opinion is the Nikon ProStaff 4x32mm Rimfire. I had a Bushnell 3-9×32 that was about $50-60 at BiMart and it worked a internal lens loose after a couple of years.

Brittany asked What is a good scope for my gun?

what is a good scope is for a mossberg tactical. 22 ?

And got the following answer:

Well Price wise probably In my opinion Bushnell 3-9x32mm Rim fire Rifle scope. Check out chuck hawks they have an awesome review of it. A scope That Iv liked so far that’s a little pricy is the new nikon prostaff 4×32 rim fire Loving it! And if I had the money The leupold VX-2 Rimfire 3-9x33mm EFR CDS!!!! That thing is awesome!

Jezza+ asked I eant to get a .22 rifle for target shooting and hunting. What are some good rifles?

im not looking to spend a fortune but want a rifle that will be good for target shooting and occasional hunting.

And got the following answer:

Buy a good .22 Long Rifle bolt action to learn and hone your skills on. CZ, Browning, Marlin, Savage and Remington(model 504,541,581) all make great rifles. Cost can be from under $200 to 700+ for these. There are even more expensive ones out there like Anschutz, Cooper Arms and Dakota. All very nice but also expensive for a starter.

Great to start with open sights but if you decide to get a scope start with one of the better rimfire types such as Weaver or Nikon’s ProStaff. Or you can upgrade all the way to something like the Leupold rimfire 3-9x33mmAO.

Grant asked How Large of Scope Should I put on my Savage Mark II?

I have just purchased a Savage Mark II 22 LR. I am wanting to have a scope powerful enough to be shooting silver dollar sized groups at 100+ yards. My price range for a new scope is around $75. Any Suggestions? All Answers are appreciated! Thanks!

And got the following answer:

Well a silver dollar is about 1 1/2 inches across so any scope 4 power or up should be more then adequate.

If you’ll save just a bit more money you can get a Nikon Prostaff 4x32mm or if you want a variable the Weaver RV-7 2.5-7 power
both of those can usually be had for $100-125.

If you get up into the better brands rimfire models (Burris or Leupold for example) you start with prices around $250 and go up.

if you insist on putting a large heavy scope on it I’d still suggest you start with good names like Nikon, Leupold, Burris and the Bushnell Elite line and plan to pay from 150 and up. You will come to find over time you’ll see small targets better through a 3-9×32 of good quality then a cheap 4-16×50.