Nikon INLINE XR Muzzleloading Riflescopes

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posted on June 25, 2012
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Nikon’s INLINE XR scopes make 300-yard shots a reality for hunters shooting today’s accurate inline muzzleloaders.

Featuring the BDC 300 reticle, the INLINE XR 3-9x40 is available in matte, silver or Realtree APG finish, with 5 inches of eye relief to handle the hardest kicking muzzleloaders. It offers ¼-MOA adjustments, quick focus eyepiece and 92 percent light transmission for dawn to dusk brightness.

The INLINE XR’s BDC 300 reticle can be fully optimized to match the drop of virtually any sabot load with Spot On Ballistic Match Technology. Suggested retail price is $229.95 for the matte, $239.95 for the silver and $249.95 for the Realtree APG finishes.

Features Include:

Nikon’s Patented BDC 300 Reticle
This patented, trajectory-compensating reticle integrates unique, easy-to-see "ballistic circles" that provide instant aiming points–and take the guesswork out of holdover at longer ranges.

Multicoated Optical System
Bright, multicoated optics deliver up to 92 percent light transmission.

Five Inches of Constant Eye Relief
Keeps your brow safe–even with the heaviest slug loads.

Precise, Hand-turn ¼-MOA Click Adjustments
Positive-click reticle adjustments get you zeroed in quicker and maintain your setting even with heavy recoil.

100-yard Parallax Setting
Eliminates parallax for precise shooting.

Quick Focus Eyepiece
Allows the shooter to instantly bring the reticle into sharp focus.

Compact Size
The perfect fit for high-caliber muzzleloaders.

Waterproof, Fogproof, Shockproof
Nitrogen-filled and O-ring sealed.

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