Nikon introduces P-308 riflescope for Texas hunters


In Texas, when a big boar steps out at 200 yards, a hunter often needs more knockdown power than the normal AR platform with a .223 round can provide.

Big hog hunters know the .308 is often a better choice. Now, Nikon has developed a scope sepcifically for the .308.

Nikon has expanded its line-up of precision .308 WIN riflescopes with the introduction of the all-new P-308 4-12×40 BDC 800. The new P-308 riflescope provides shooters with everything they need to hit their target, including a 4-12 magnification, a 40mm objective and fully multicoated lenses to ensure a clear view.

The P-308 features Nikon’s popular BDC 800 reticle — a reticle specifically engineered for the .308 Winchester/7.62x51mm NATO round with 168-grain HBT Match bullet at 2,680 fps.


The P-308 is also fitted with exposed, spring-loaded Instant Zero-Reset Turrets with easy-grip course knurling, which make in-field adjustments easier by allowing shooters to reset their turrets back to zero after sighting-in. This new riflescope offering is waterproof, fogproof and shockproof.

The P-308 is also optimized for use with Spot On™ Ballistic Match Technology. The Spot On program provides users with the exact aiming points on any BDC reticle for any load or ammunition at a specific range. Spot On is free online at, and is now free for mobile devices including iPad®, iPhone® and Android™ platforms.

The suggested retail price of the P-308 4-12×40 BDC 800 is $249.95.

Like all Nikon riflescopes, the P-308 is backed by Nikon’s Limited Lifetime Warranty.

One Response

  1. Nabita

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