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Nikko Stirling Diamond Sportsman 10-50x60

Discussion in 'Airgun Reviews' started by Andy, May 6, 2007.

  1. Andy

    Andy Administrative Staff Member Founder

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    Awesome.

    I just got this scope as a deal with the airwolf off the airgununiverse forum. looks amazing, prob a little overkill for what i need but all the same, not gonna say no to the combo for 735 pounds now.

    Thanks for the review, put me in a good mood, cant wait to shoot it
     
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    Nikko Stirling Diamond FT 10-50 X 60 cheap at JSRamsbottom

    FYI...JSRamsbottom has 3 in Mil Dot at 569.95 , rather than 599 from BAR
     
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    Do you have any idea what the Max clicks are on this scope? I need to know if it is suitable for long range shooting where running out of clicks may be an issue. Also I'm used to firing with Schmidt and Bender scopes, with the usual 'slipping scales' style of zeroing..... is this how the Nikko works too? As this could really help me to zero onto a target at max clicks and then 'slip' the scales back to zero allowing me a greater range
     

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