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Nikon 3-9 EFR Questions

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Topic: Nikon 3-9 EFR Questions
Posted By: shooter57
Subject: Nikon 3-9 EFR Questions
Date Posted: January/31/2016 at 17:12
I was looking at one of these scopes in a local shop a few days ago and have to say it is quite impressive, I was allowed to take it outside and look around a bit and it is very very clear, this coming from a guy who has 3 older Leupold Vari-X models. From what I have read online the scope also tracks and adjusts very well also, any of you gentlemen tried one of these Nikon's ? What was your experience?

Posted By: Son of Ed
Date Posted: February/01/2016 at 09:36
I can't find EFR in the catalog. I don't know which scope you mean.  But, I don't have one anyway.  I've had two or three Nikon scopes.  I liked them.   

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Posted By: boatammo
Date Posted: March/15/2016 at 12:56
I have 2 and they are great for a 3x9.
I've had a number of leupold 3x9EFR's.
If I was buying a 3x9 I would buy the Nikon and do it before they are all gone.

Posted By: Mouse
Date Posted: October/25/2016 at 17:21
I purchased one of the Nikon 223 BDC scope for about 150, the scope is nice and clear and I have no real complaints there. The issue I had with mine is that it would not hold zero on a .223 rifle. I sent the scope back to Nikon a total of 7 times, scope still won't work on my .223 so I gave up and put it on a .22 where it works fine. Tracks like garbage, but at least it holds a zero.

I believe that my experience with Nikon was one of the few rather than the many, most seem to love their Nikon scopes and have no issues but for me I will never buy another Nikon again after that headache. Lifetime warranty is pretty worthless if they can't fix broken scopes.

If you are getting it for your .22 I think you would be happy, for an airgun I am not sure as they have different recoil impulses and I have no idea how it would hold up to one of those.

Posted By: Scrumbag
Date Posted: March/24/2017 at 04:34
My Dad has one on his CZ 452 and things it's great.


Was sure I had a point when I started this post...

Posted By: 3_tens
Date Posted: March/24/2017 at 07:47
Nikon ProStaff 3x9x40 are on sale $45 off  Good buy at only $146.95. Better hurry there is only one left in stock at SWFA.


Nikon 3-9x40 ProStaff Target EFR Rimfire Scope Specifications

The new Nikon ProStaff Target EFR 3-9x40 is designed for .22 LR, Air Rifle and other applications where the versatility of focusing at extended ranges – both close and distant - is desired.

Objective Diameter:40mm
Exit Pupil:4.4 - 13.3mm
Field of View:5.7 - 16.9 ft @ 100 yds
Tube Diameter:1 in
Eye Relief:3.6in
Objective Outside Diameter:50mm
Eyepiece Outside Diameter:44mm
Weight:15.7 oz
Overall Length:12.5 in
Adjustment Graduation:1/4 in
Max Internal Adjustment:80 MOA
Parallax Setting:50 yds - ∞
Adjustable Objective:Yes
Parallax Adjustment:Yes
Matte Finish:Yes
Supplied Accessories:Nikon lens caps, Nikon windage and elevation caps

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