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Nikon P-Tactical series riflescopes are designed to fulfill the needs of any shooter looking for a short to medium range precision riflescope with a tactical reticle. P-Tactical riflescopes are available in 5 different magnifications: 1.5-4x, 2-7x, 3-9x, 4-12x, and fixed 3x. Additionally the P-Tactical models have a variety of reticles - with subtensions for .308 Winchester, .223 Remington, .300 Blackout, and rimfire calibers. The optical glass used in the P-Tactical series is fully multicoated to enhance brightness, clarity, and contrast of the sight picture. The P-Tactical models use a 3x zoom ratio to ensure that you have a good field of view for most shooting applications. Features of the P-Tactical Riflescope SeriesNitrogen Purged to keep your optics fog freeGenerous Eye Relief is perfect for MSRs and tactical riflesWaterproof and Shock proof for long and reliable service life1” Aircraft Grade Aluminum Tube is rugged enough to handle heavy useQuick Focus Eyepiece allows for fast target acquisition and reticle focus
MPN#: 16527

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I have this scope on my 20” LEGO set and I’ve had no problems out of it bought nikons rings $160 in all for a solid rig.

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got mine couple days ago, good deal

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Enjoy it while you can, Nikon getting out of the scope biz.

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Heard the same. Not sure why everyone is jumping on the Nikon bandwagon though. Unless it is a killer deal of course but I don’t understand why you would buy a scope from a manufacturer who is getting out of the scope business, seems counterintuitive to me?

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For the price, can’t be beat as a “use for a while and throw away” once it’s been adequately destroyed. Nikon had a pretty decent durability track record, the glass is clear, and the overall options are pretty good for the price. I don’t mind using mine for as long as possible until it breaks. For $100, I’ll get that much of use out of it.

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Also curious if they’ll keep parts in stock for repair service? Say my scope can’t be repaired, what’re they gonna send me a pair of binos instead? Interested to see how it all shakes out, maybe they will honor it for X number of years and then asked the program. Good luck to you though if you do buy a Nikon

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This is actually pretty good deal.

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