Prostaff P3 series joins Nikon’s riflescope lineup
By Jacki Billings
Nikon brings a new line of riflescopes to its optics series, introducing the ProStaff P3. The series comes in a variety of looks, including a silver muzzleloader model. (Photo: Nikon)
A new family of riflescopes is coming to Nikon’s firearms optics line, with the company announcing the Prostaff P3 series.
The Prostaff P3 features eight total models created for muzzleloaders, slug guns, predator hunting, crossbows and rimfire/air guns. Each version on the line boasts bright, fully multicoated optics with crisp hand-turn reticle adjustments.
Each reticle is created for the intended activity. (Photo: Nikon)
Built with an all-aluminum one-inch main body tube, each Prostaff P3 scope utilizes a Nikon BDC reticle specifically crafted for each shooting activity to ensure optimum performance for the task at hand.
“Each of the BDC reticles can be optimized for many ballistic aiming possibilities using virtually any load. These can be calculated with the use of either the Spot On Ballistic Match Technology app or website software—both free from Nikon,” the company said in a news release.
Backed by Nikon’s Lifetime Repair/Replacement No Fault Policy, the Prostaff P3 riflescopes enter the optics market with prices ranging from $159.95 to $299.95.
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