Designed with the serious hunter in mind, the Nikon Prostaff 5 3.5 - 14 x 50 Illuminated BDC Reticle Riflescope features an illuminated reticle with a rheostat dimmer on the side focus knob for easy adjustment. Spot On Ballistic Match technology offers exact aiming points at various yardages for your specific ammunition and load, while fully multicoated optics ensure optimal light transmission. Hand-turn 1/4 MOA adjustments with spring-loaded zero-reset turrets enable quick aiming. Sunshade adaptable.
Features and Benefits
Fully multicoated, antireflective optics for maximum light transmission and a bright, vivid picture
Quick-focus eyepiece brings the reticle into sharp focus
Long eye relief ensures comfortable extended viewing and helps protect your brow during severe shooting angles, heavy recoil and use with lightweight rifles
Nitrogen filled and O-ring sealed for waterproof, fogproof and shockproof protection
Spot On Ballistic Match technology helps you compensate for bullet drop and provides exact aiming points at various yardages for your specific ammunition and load
Hand-turn 1/4 MOA adjustments with audible click stops help you zero in on your target and maintain your setting
Spring-loaded, zero-reset turrets for precise adjustments and easy sighting
Illuminated BDC reticle with a rheostat dimmer on the side focus knob for easy adjustment
Rated 4 out of
Great features, clarity.Look at scopes going on 2years liked the scope I had worked for the last 10years wanted kill stronger this one seem the best for the hunting I do.
Date published: 2016-10-12
Rated 2 out of
Illumination was not a "benefit"I've had this scope on my bushmaster 308 orc for 2-3 years now. The rifle's main purpose is hunting pigs so I wanted something that could get enough magnification to make ethical kill shots while also being able to turn down for use with a thermal clip on. What I've found is that:
a) the diode for the green completely died on me just after the warranty ended.
b) the red diode is always on even if it's put to "OFF" or the green setting. It's extremely faint and wouldn't have noticed it if I wasn't out in a blind when it was pitch black.
c) tying into b, the batteries would be dead the next time I picked up my rifle so I had to take the battery out or expect to change the battery every time I wanted to turn the scope on.
d) the red is too bright to use at night and halos would form in the scope even on the lowest setting
e) (Wow this is too long) The dot isn't all that bright at the highest setting for use during the day either so I'm not exactly sure when the illuminated reticle is all that useful.
The glass is pretty clear even at dusk and haven't had any issues with the seals or toughness of the optic. I like the scope but can't recommend this product specifically due to the issues I've had. Your mileage may very. I still have the scope and bought the same one without the ir and have been extremely happy with it.
Date published: 2015-12-01
Rated 5 out of
Great ClarityOptics are very clear. The red illumination settings are too bright for the lowest of light settings, but the green settings continue down at lower intensities which are not too bright. I have not compared the low low light sight picture to my old Redfield Illuminator, w/50mm objective also, side by side. I am sufficiently pleased with this scope that I have ordered a 2nd one of these for a DPMS Gen 2 Hunter I am putting together.
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