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Nikon ProStaff Shotgun Hunter Scope, 2-7x32, Matte, BDC 200 Reticle
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Product DescriptionDesigned for long-range and precision shooting, the Varmint Riflescope by Barska Optics is ideal for varmint hunting or target shooting. A large adjustable objective lens and multicoated optics enhance light transmissions and provide clarity. The quick-access magnification zoom ring provides a focused view in moments when hunting. Waterproof, fogproof and shockproof construction allows you freedom in the field despite the elements. Included scope caps provide protection when the riflescope is not in use.
Adjustable objective lens coupled with multicoated optics to increase light transmissions and provide clear images with a 1/8 MOA parallax click adjustment 1" tube construction and a quick-access magnification zoom ring. Durable black matte finish. Includes scope caps. Lifetime Limited warranty.
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Q:Did this scope show your the number of yard? How far your taget?Asked on 10/24/2010 by lee from detroit, mi
A:No, it doesn't show your yardage.
But it DOES allow you to calculate the distance to the target if you know the approximate size of the target and the scope is set at the correct zoom level for the reticule to work. And it involves some simple math. Using the information provided by the marks on the reticule, calculating the distance is "target size in inches / size in MOA on reticule * 100 = range in yards". An 18" target that is 6 MOA wide is 300 yards away: 18 / 6 * 100 = 300.
And at the proper zoom level, the choke lines at the bottom will tell you the distance directly (ie - an 18" target is at 100 yards if the top choke line brackets the edges of the target, 125 yards if it brackets the second line down, etc).
BUT this reticule will only work at the proper zoom level! You may need to determine the zoom level needed yourself - 18" target at 100 yards, zoom until it brackets the edges of the first choke line. Same idea for finding the crosshair zoom level, 1 MOA = 1" @ 100yds.Answered on 1/3/2011 by JamesB from Windy Northern Arizona