Nikon Monarch Scope

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Nikon Monarch Scope -
Made for any rifle, any condition, any game, any time (early or late). Eye Box technology offers 4X zoom range, 4" of constant eye relief, a huge ocular lens, generous field of view and locking side focus parallax adjustment for any distance (for models exceeding 10X). Ultra ClearCoat® Optical System gives maximum light transmission up to 95%. Hand-turn 1/4-MOA reticle adjustments (1/8-MOA and sunshades come standard on 5-20x44 and 6-24x50 models). Waterproof, fogproof, shockproof and recoilproof. Lifetime warranty.

Weather and Wind:

  • Waterproof, shockproof and fogproof

Features:

  • Ultra ClearCoat Optical System for maximum light transmission
  • Generous eye relief for any rifle setup
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Listen to experience

I've been buying Nikon scopes for about 15 years now. Of my 30 odd rifles, all but a handful wear Nikons (the others are 4 Leupolds, 2 Springfield Armorys and a Burris). I always had good luck with the brightness/clarity of the Nikons, repeatable reticle adjustments and ability to hold zero, but I couldn't say I'd ever subjected one to "hard" use until elk season before last. We'd had a long, strenuous day hunting, and obviously I wasn't firing on all 8 cylinders when I leaned my A-Bolt Stainless Stalker (.338 Win) against the front bumper of my 3/4-ton GMC crew cab. The A-Bolt was wearing a Monarch 4-16x . A few minutes later, forgetting where I'd placed the rifle, I decided to move my truck out of the road and completely ran over rifle/scope with my right front tire, then ran it over again when I backed up (never said I was the brightest bulb). Long story short, I re-zeroed and it's shot perfectly ever since. Looks a lot less pretty than it did, but there's not a single thing wrong with it!
Shaughnessy at Cabelas on 01/15/2011

4-16X42mm BDC

The Nikon Monarch is as good or even better than any Leupold that I have owned with a less expensive price tag. Very clear lenses and quality materials. I have used this scope in some of the harshest conditions ranging from extreme dust to snow and ice with no fogging or problems what so ever. I would recommend these scopes to anyone looking for a quality optic without breaking the budget.
MR541 at Cabelas on 03/26/2012

Bang for your buck

You can't go wrong buying a Nikon scope. I purchased a monarch 2.5 by 10 a few years back and was very pleased.
1963buckshot at Cabelas on 12/24/2013

Nikon

I have many Nikon scopes and they have never failed.
cattlecorn at Cabelas on 12/24/2013