A BDC reticle is a tool that can be extremely useful for hunters or any other shooters. What the BDC does is gives you multiple “crosshairs” or aiming points that correspond to various ranges. The advantage to this type of reticle is that you do not have to dial in your elevation, you an simply use the stadia in the reticle to precisely aim your rifle. This method of targeting is significantly faster than calculating and then dialing in elevation changes via the turrets.
The high quality glass and excellent engineering result is a high quality image. This scope produces extremely bright and clear images even when in less than ideal conditions. When the shot counts, you will appreciate the clarity of this glass.
Different shooting situations call for different scope preferences. This is one of the reasons why a variable power optic is a great choice for your rifle. Having the ability to change the magnification of your scope with the turn of the dial is a luxury you will be glad you have. Whether you need a low magnification with a wide field of view for perusing the prairies or a focused, high magnification image to take a shot through the brush, this scope will adapt with you.
Nikon spared no expense when making this riflescope. Even the air used to fill the internals was taken into consideration during this scopes development. The scope is filled with nitrogen and sealed with an O-ring. This hermetically sealed, nitrogen environment gives you several desirable advantages. Due to the nitrogen purge, the scope is extremely resistant to fog. Additionally, due to the O-ring seal, the scope will easily keep out water, even during the heaviest of downpours.
To allow you to fine tune your scopes point of aim, the Nikon Prostaff has ¼ MOA click adjustment. This means that you can adjust the point of aim by as little as approximately 0.25” at 100yards. With this level of resolution, you are sure to be able to set your scope up so that it its exactly where you want it to.