Nikon Sport Optics has announced the release of its latest laser rangefinder—which features a never-before-seen caveat. The Monarch 7i VR is being hailed as the industry's first laser rangefinder to feature a vibration reduction system.
After a couple months of work identifying and installing performance-enhancing components, Joe Kurtenbach's bargain bolt-action rifle is ready for the range and woods. Get a closer look at the finished product with this video from American Rifleman.
Nikon's Fieldscope line is expanding and, for the first time, will be joined by the company's flagship Monarch product family. Meant to serve as successor models to Nikon's ED82/EDIII Fieldscopes, the new Monarch Fieldscopes are designed to deliver a first-rate optical system at a price point that should raise the eyebrows of every American hunter.
Despite the demands of searching for the perfect utilitarian scope, it needed to be affordable and offer real bang for the buck.
Nikon has launched its newest archery laser rangefinder in the ARROW ID 3000. The new rangefinder is tailored specifically to the rangefinding requirements of archery hunters. It features the company's TRU-TARGET technology and ID (Incline/Decline) features, taking the guesswork out of any shot's equation.
Nikon's PROSTAFF line of optics has long provided hunters with affordable, reliable binoculars and riflescopes. The latest addition to the series is the new 3S, which will be available in 8x42 and 10x42 models. Here are five things you need to know.