Nikon Monarch Scope Review-lara fabian

Sports-and-Recreation Having sold guns and hunting equipment for 15 plus years, I get asked some really interesting questions. One that seems to .e up quite a bit centers around the best scope for the money or the best rifle scope value. While I have used or tested out just about every rifle scope on the market, I feel that the best value in rifle scopes is still the Nikon Monarch series. What makes me say that? The following reasons: Among the most important aspects of any scope is the caliber of the glass used in the lenses. Lower quality glass means lower quality clarity as well as picture. Various .petitors employ glass or lenses which are manufactured abroad. Nikon only makes use of glass manufactured in the US. The Monarch optics features a 95% rate of light transmission. This means that out of 100% of the light source which passes thru the lenses, the Monarch transmits 95% to your eye. Although many scope vendors boast a 95% or higher level of light transmission, Nikon means it. The sight picture and depth of clarity are outstanding. The Nikon Monarch series also incorporates a standard diameter objective lens of 42mm, despite the fact that the market standard for objective lens is 40mm. That extra 2mm allows more light to pass thru the scope and allows much better efficiency in low light situations. All Monarch scopes that are a 3X12 or greater employ a side focus adjustment. If you haven’t used side focus, you really should give it a try. After using an SF Nikon, I’ve never gone back to the more conventional bell focus. Side focus lets you keep your eye on the target while focusing in. That process is exceptionally difficult using a bell focus. One more reason I really feel the Monarch’s are a best buy entail the extended eye relief. The Monarch’s give amazingly good eye relief when trying to line up the shot. This makes for very quick target acquisition under any situations. Scopes with a lower eye relief threshold make the shooter to change his or her head back and forth in an effort to find the optimal eye relief. With the Monarch, you just shoulder, focus, and shoot. Besides the lifetime warranty extended by Nikon, the Monarch is nitrogen purged so it is fog proof. The primary tube of every Monarch is produced from forged aluminum which incorporates a strength to weight ratio higher than steel. Nikon produces the Monarch is 9 different configurations ranging from a 2- 8X all the way up to a 8- 32X, so one is likely to satisfy your hunting requirements. If you actually evaluate all the features of the Monarch against .parable .petitors, and then factor in the price points, the Nikon usually seems to .e out a winner in my book. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: