Written by Nikon
For more than a decade, Texas hunters have relied on Nikon’s Buckmasters line of riflescopes as the most trusted optic for avid deer hunters from Laredo to the Panhandle.
Now, the tradition continues with the announcement of the new Buckmasters II riflescopes — two well-equipped additions to the Buckmasters line-up that will be favorite among the next generation of deer hunters.
The Buckmasters II riflescope comes in either 3-9×40 or 4-12×40 with matte black finish.
Each model offers users the brightness and clarity of Nikon’s Fully Multicoated lenses. Sight-in is made easy with precise 1⁄4-inch @ 100 yards reticle adjustments and thanks to Spring-Loaded Instant Zero-Reset turrets, the turrets can be returned to the zero-mark after sighting in to make in-the-field adjustments incredibly simple. The Buckmasters II also has a 100-yard parallax setting, generous eye relief and is waterproof, fogproof and shockproof
Each model in the Buckmasters II line features Nikon’s popular BDC reticle, which utilizesa unique set of circles as aiming points for various ranges to compensate for bullet drop. The BDC reticle is most effective when used with Nikon’s Spot On™ Ballistic Match Technology.
Hunters throughout the world have been using the Spot On program to compensate for bullet drop at extended ranges. The Spot On program provides users with exact aiming points on the BDC reticle for any load or ammunition at a specified range. It contains the ballistic information for more than 5,000 different loads and can even be used with custom handloads. With more than one million registered users, Spot On has become the number one choice for hunters and shooters throughout the world and is available as an app for iPhone®, iPad® and Android™ and is also available for free at NikonSportOptics.com/SpotOn.
Like all Nikon riflescopes, the Buckmasters II line is backed by Nikon’s Limited Lifetime Warranty.
The suggested retail price for the Buckmasters II 3-9×40 BDC is $129.95 and for the 4-12×40 BDC is $149.95.
Watch a video of the scope in action here.
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