Nikon SlugHunter Scope

For 2009, Nikon has added a compact new 1.65-5x36mm scope to its SlugHunter series, using dangerous-game scope attributes for improved performance. It features an increased exit pupil of 7.2 for better low-light performance, a 45-foot of view at 1.65X for quick target acquisition, and five inches of eye relief for full-view receiver or cantilever mounting.

Available with a BDC 200 reticle specifically calibrated for ballistic-tip Sabot slugs and a lower profile objective for low mounting, the new 1-inch tube SlugHunter has 1/4-inch MOA adjustments and features a 75-yard parallax setting. It is available in a matte finish with either the BDC-200 or a Nikoplex reticle.


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