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Nikon Archer's Choice Max

Nikon Archer's Choice Max

Nikon's Archer's Choice Max has extended range out to 200 yards and an Active Brightness Control Viewfinder improves low light performance.

The reticle is even adjustable from gray LCD to orange LED.


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