Nikon Sport Optics Releases Innovative New Products for 2011

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The Rifle Scope Store announces availability of new Nikon hunting products. Nikon Sport Optics has released a number of new rifle scopes and laser rangefinders for the 2011 season.

Nikon Sport Optics has released the new Nikon ProStaff rifle scopes, Nikon Bolt XR Crossbow scope, and Archer’s Choice laser rangefinder. These new products from Nikon will improve accuracy and provide more value for the hunter and target shooter.

The new Nikon ProStaff scopes have features that were previously available only in much more expensive scopes. The most notable feature is the 98% light transmission. Nikon has put fully multi-coated lenses into the new ProStaff scopes. These high-tech lenses provide a bright sight picture for the shooter in low light conditions.

Other notable features of the new Nikon Prostaff scopes are a fast focus eye-piece to instantly enable the user to obtain a perfectly clear sight picture, finger adjustable windage and elevation turrets that have a zero re-set feature, and a generous 4 inch eye relief.

A brand new innovation for the ProStaff line in the Prostaff rimfire scope. This 4x32 scope was specifically designed for the 22 long rifle, 40 grain bullet. The scope has a factory parallax setting of 50 yards and a BDC 150 reticle that allows the user to sight in at 50 yards and accurately hit targets out to 150 yards.    

The other rifle scopes in the new ProStaff line are 2-7x32, 3-9x40, and 3-9x50. These are available with the Nikoplex or BDC reticles.

The Nikon Bolt XR Crossbow scope is the first premium quality scope specifically made for the modern crossbow. This scope features the BDC 60 reticle. The BDC 60 is calibrated for crossbows that shoot bolts approximately 305 feet per second. The shooter sights in at 20 yards, and the BDC 60 reticle will allow the shooter to accurately shoot out to 60 yards.

The Nikon Archers Choice laser rangefinder was designed with the bow and crossbow shooter in mind. The range displays in .1 or .2 yard increments (depending on the model) and calculates the horizontal distance to the target, even from a tree stand. These features will improve the archer’s accuracy in the field.


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