Nikon Prostaff P3 Target EFR 3-9×40 AO Matte Precision Black

August 13, 2019 - Comment

The new prostaff P3 target efr is engineered for air rifle, 22 LR and other applications where the versatility of focusing on smaller targets at extended ranges-both close and distant-is needed. To facilitate this sharp focus at closer ranges, the prostaff P3 target efr integrates an adjustable objective lens that allows the shooter to dial

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The new prostaff P3 target efr is engineered for air rifle, 22 LR and other applications where the versatility of focusing on smaller targets at extended ranges-both close and distant-is needed. To facilitate this sharp focus at closer ranges, the prostaff P3 target efr integrates an adjustable objective lens that allows the shooter to dial out Parallax at any distance from 10 yards to Infinity.

Product Features

  • Multiple layers of anti-reflective compounds on every glass surface provide bright and vivid sight pictures, optimum light transmission and maximum brightness from dawn to dusk
  • The adjustable objective lens allows sharp, parallax-free focusing as close as 10 yards all the way out to Infinity
  • Hand-turned 1/4 MOA adjustments and spring-loaded instant zero-reset turrets
  • Rugged one-inch aircraft grade aluminum main tube
  • Aluminum quick focus Eyepiece and generous, consistent Eye relief

Comments

Anonymous says:

Nice clear optics Good quality optics as usual, I do like the previous model a little better though. They have enlarged the magnification adjuster on this model that can interfere with receiver if you want to mount it a little father forward. This is still the best 22 rifle scope for the money. If you’re like me and sometimes shoot at targets under 50yds you will NEED a scope like this with an adjustable objective, makes objects under 50 crystal clear, and can make precise shots. I know there are cheaper 22…

Anonymous says:

Nice distinct clicks I’ve only had this a few days and have had it outside at 20 F. Clicks felt good. If we get some more 0 F, I’ll retest it. I removed a Bushnell from my RWS 54 .22 because the clicks were mush at 0 and below 0 F. Hope to have it rebuilt. Crosshairs are perfect in size. I just got two Butler Creeks for it. See the photos. These may be on Amazon, but I got mine on Midway. The fit is just right.[Edit] I sent the lifetime warranted Bushnell back for a rebuild. It was gone…

Anonymous says:

Beautiful scope

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