I have the 4x Prostaff Rimfire on my Ruger Charger (new model) & you are correct sir, they are great glass. I love the simplicity of the 4x.Got a Nikon Prostaff from Dicks Sporting Goods on line for $50.00 a couple of years ago.
Put it on my tactical 10/22 - its absolutely dead on. It's a 4x only with standard reticle but it was cheap. I have not seen that price since. Nikon is a great underpriced scope.
$89.99 is a pretty nice price & it was nice of Cabela's to send me a card for $20 off of a $150 purchase, forcing me to buy 2!I have the 3-9x40 Nikon on my .22 Magnum bolt rifle nice scopes!!!
They usually do it a little earlier in the year at Cabela's, but I always find them this time of year. I guess they are last years models.Got the latest MidwayUSA flyer in the mail today. Looks like they're offering select Prostaff Rimfire models at $89 and free shipping. Must be some sort of spring blowout from Nikon.
I have the BDC scope you sent back thinking the BDC feature would be handy and it really isn't for me. After playing with it a bunch had a little buyers remorse wishing I went with the EFR. Oh well still a nice scope and shoot mostly at 50 yards so no big deal.moakes58, I'm really fond of Nikon rimfire scopes ... I have several but the one you referenced is an exception. I bought a Prostaff 3~9x and tested it out ... the zoom range just didn't track with the factory parallax correction (50 yards) so at anything 7x and above wouldn't correct parallax at closer distances. I ended up returning the scope and bought a Nikon Rimfire 3~9X EFR, which has an adjustable objective lens for parallax correction from 10 yards to infinity. I also have a couple 2~7X and a 4x Nikon Rimfire scopes that are super for 22 LR plinkers.
Having experimented with fixed focus scopes, I no longer have any. Correction for parallax at any distance is just to critical to the results I demand from my firearms and me.I have the BDC scope you sent back thinking the BDC feature would be handy and it really isn't for me. After playing with it a bunch had a little buyers remorse wishing I went with the EFR. Oh well still a nice scope and shoot mostly at 50 yards so no big deal.