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Opinions on Nikon 2-7x32 P-Rimfire #5496025 12/23/14 11:13 PM
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I just picked up a 10/22 and considering the Nikon P-Rimfire with the Nikoplex reticle with the standard velocity and hyper velocity turrets. Anyone use this scope? Opinions? Any other recommendations for around the same price?

Re: Opinions on Nikon 2-7x32 P-Rimfire [Re: Rluckie] #5497309 12/24/14 04:24 PM
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I have one and like it. For casual plinking/hunting, I like reticle hashmarks for different yardages rather than turning the dials. I also have the Cabela's 3-9x40 version and both are spot on from 50 to 100 for me.


Originally Posted by syncerus
I prefer to think of myself as a control enthusiast. wink
Re: Opinions on Nikon 2-7x32 P-Rimfire [Re: Rluckie] #5497912 12/24/14 08:54 PM
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Great to hear. Thanks for the input.

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