A review of six low cost rifle scopes, ranging from $300 to $500. Riflescopes reviewed include the Meopta Meopro 4.5-14×50, Vortex Diamondback HP 3-12×42, Hawke Endurance 30 2.5-10×50, Weaver Grand Slam 3.5-10×50, Nikon Prostaff 5 4.5-18×40, and Leupold VX-3 3.5-10×50.
A commercial for the recently released Nikon PROSTAFF 7 Riflescope. The PROSTAFF 7 sports Nikon’s Spring-Loaded Instant Zero-Reset Turrets that allow the user to return the turrets to the zero mark after sighting in, so that subsequent adjustments are simpler. See the official press release for the Nikon PROSTAFF 7 Riflescope.
Nikon Sport Optics is pleased to announce the release of the all-new PROSTAFF 7 Riflescope series. Because the PROSTAFF 7 riflescope has a 30mm main body tube, it provides a wider maximum internal adjustment range (90-140 MOA depending on model), which is useful for dialing in the elevation and windage adjustments needed for long-range shots. The …
Ebomey shows off his recent AR-15 rifle build. This rifle features a Huber Concepts muzzle brake, Nikon M-223 scope, Teal Blue Bravo PDQ, Odin Works rail, Magpul CTR, BCM changing handle, and ATI grip. The shooting rest used at the beginning of this video is the P3 Ultimate Shooting Rest from CTK Precision.