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Nikon Monarch 3 Rifle Scopes
Comments: Nikon designed the Monarch 3 around an optical system created to give shooters increased versatility and superlative performance with virtually any type of rifle, in any caliber and in any imaginable hunting situation.
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Nikon Monarch 3 Rifle Scopes
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Nikon Monarch 3 Rifle Scopes -Nikon designed the Monarch 3 around an optical system created to give shooters increased versatility and superlative performance with virtually any type of rifle, in any caliber and in any imaginable hunting situation.
Nikon Monarch 3 Rifle Scopes -This Monarch 3’s wide magnification range sets the standard of performance for a mid-sized scope. Enhanced ring spacing allows this scope to be mounted on virtually any rifle, including magnum length actions.To simplify field adjustments, Nikon has integrated this feature into all Monarch 3 Riflescopes. Just sight in at 100 yards as usual, then lift the adjustment knob, rotate to your “zero”, and reengage.Nikon has engineered the entire optical system to provide the shooter with a bright, sharp and incredibly flat sight picture and light transmission up to its theoretical maximum- 95% for clear sight picture form dawn to dusk.
- Spring Loaded Instant Zero-Reset Turrets
- Ultra ClearCoat Optical System
- Hand-turn 1/4 MOA Windage and Elevation Adjustments
- Rugged, One-Piece Body Tubes
- Enhanced Mount Ring Spacing
- Monarch 3 Eyebox Technology
Reviewed by 4 customers
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As good as any scope I've ever owned, far better than a couple. Have two 3-9x and one 4 1/2-14x. Adjust fine. 4 1/2-14 I've adjusted to 500yds from MPBR zero and went and came back to right where it was.
I bought this scope 2 months ago and it will not hold zero. i zero'd this scope from a shooting vise. Shot 20 rounds through it and thought it was zero'd went back to the range 4 days later and it shot 3-4 inches off. Zero'd it back in. Went hunting missed my dream buck. took it back to the range and it was 12 inches off this time. I've tried returning it to nikon and the refuse to fix it. Sportsmans will not take it back either. I will be using this scope as a paper weight at best.
- Clear lenses
- Easy to install / use
- Good in any weather
- Good value
- Target Practice
I bought the Nikon Monarch, 4-16x50 w/BDC to mate with my Tikka T3 30-06.
The optics are bright and clear even in low light at dawn and dusk. I was spot on when I took my Elk at 150 yards. I would buy again.
We bought a new Nikon Monarch 3 4x16x42 with BDC and went to the range two different times, first let me tell you I have been hunting all my life and been in Alaska 29 years, I can zero a scope to the rifle, we fire a total of 32 rounds 300 Win Mag through a Weatherby rifle, every time we thought we had it on it would surprise us by firing 6 to 8 inches off.
I reload 50 more rounds and went to the range again, started out at 15 yds, then 25 yds, the 50 yds, each time I had to make series adjustments, finally had it out to 100 yds and fired many rounds through it, each time I thought it was in the impact would move 6 to eight inches off center, totally disappointing, sending it back tomorrow.
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|1322854||13.5 in||Spot On Turrets||Matt Black||4x - 16x||42.0||BDC||Nikon||
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