Nikon 16382 X1000 Matte Illuminated x-MOA Reticle Riflescope, 4-16x50SF, Black

September 11, 2019 - Comment

The 4-16x50SF is a dedicated precision riflescope that offers the precision, the features and the ruggedness serious shooters demand. For starters, it built with an Aircraft grade aluminum alloy 30mm main body tube. With a choice of x-moa, illuminated x-moa or illuminated x-mrad reticle, the riflescope delivers 90 total MOA internal adjustment travel for the

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The 4-16x50SF is a dedicated precision riflescope that offers the precision, the features and the ruggedness serious shooters demand. For starters, it built with an Aircraft grade aluminum alloy 30mm main body tube. With a choice of x-moa, illuminated x-moa or illuminated x-mrad reticle, the riflescope delivers 90 total MOA internal adjustment travel for the x-moa reticle and 25 MRAD for x-mrad reticles. Its turrets have 1/4 MOA click graduations yielding 12 MOA per revolution. All of the 4-16x50SF models have the reticle placed in the riflescope’s second Focal Plane, so all holdover corrections, ranging and other measurements using the indicated reticle Sub tensions should be done at 16x magnification.

Product Features

  • Specialized reticles and adjustment Systems in Black x1000 are glass-etched mrad or MOA tactical-style Variants with illuminated option
  • Full multilayer coatings on all air-to-glass surfaces
  • Each of the Riflescopes in this series features a turret-mounted side focus Parallax adjustment to enable fine-tuning of the sight image without changing shooter’s position
  • Consistent Eye relief keeps your brow safe, while the exposed turrets are engraved for maximum readability while offering smooth, repeatable adjustments

Comments

Anonymous says:

The knobs are nice and knurrly I’ve had this on my rifle now for several weeks. I’ve shot 2, 600 yd matches with it in place. I have several other scopes ranging from Leupold Mk4 to what ever that cheap little “Bug Buster” thing is. ( steer clear of that by the way. But that’s a different review.) The point is, I’ve paid a lot more for equal or less glass. The knobs are nice and knurrly. I really like the MOA knobs on MOA reticle. Plenty of adjustment for a 6.5 Creedmoor out to 1100 yds with a 0 MOA mount…

Anonymous says:

it looks absolutely awesome on my RPR This thing is a BEAST! I could hardly wait to get it out of the box! AND IT CAME WITH A SUNSHADE! I read somewhere that Nikon stopped making them, I don’t know why, it looks absolutely awesome on my RPR. Features are fantastic, illuminated MOA reticle is going to be a pleasure to mess with…this aught to draw the target in. This scope is right up there with Burris, Leupold, Vortex, and Nightforce! Yeah it (sunshade) has a little “gap” between the objective trim ring but that is…

Anonymous says:

Clear glass, however turrets are misaligned. This scope was my first ever purchase from Nikon. The glass stands out as being very good for the price point, however I was disappointed to see that the hash marks on the turrets do not align with the corresponding marks on the body on the individual scope that I received.In discussing it with Nikon customer service, they don’t seem to eager to correct this issue. It seems to me that an optic marketed as a precision rifle scope should not leave the user questioning the current…

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