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Nikko Stirling Targetmaster Riflescopes

April 1 2013 at 6:47 PM
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I was doing some research on these scopes and they seem to be of great quality. Is there anyone on this forum that own one of these?

http://swfa.com/Nikko-Stirling-Targetmaster-Riflescopes-C3551.aspx

 
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Tony in Puerto Rico
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Nikko Stirling Targetmaster scope

April 1 2013, 7:25 PM 

I have the 4-16X44 model on my AA S400SL xtra FAC ERB and I'm happy with how it works for me. Good scope for the money.That's a Jim Gaska comma side wheel on it.
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UGGH!

April 1 2013, 7:40 PM 

I had the 10-50 x 60. made in china. I wanted it for FT but it was a no go. optics were below par and it was not repeatable in the click department. I sent it back. I did some research too, but my experience was not the same as those that liked it. imo keep looking.

 
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Van
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I saw one on AOA..........

April 2 2013, 12:53 AM 

The Nikko Stirling Diamond Sportsman for $1195 and from the review it seem to be a pretty good scope. I had based my presumption on this in general.
This particular scope is said to zoom a 100 or more yard target into focus as if it is right up close. It also have a built in grid range finder. I think that I will purchase the FX scope to match the rifle.

 
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I have

April 2 2013, 1:56 AM 

this Targetmaster in 5.5-20x50, way better glass than my Leapers Accushot 4-16X56.

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pitt
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I also have a:

April 2 2013, 6:49 AM 

TargetMaster 10-50x60 MD, it's better than Nikko Nighteater series but that's all. I added a 6" sidewheel which makes rangefinding better. It's milky after 35-36x,Extended mildot is nice and useful, 1/8 turrets are good. I also have a Hawke Sidewinder 8-32x56 Mildot and hawke is way better in optics.

 
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Nice set up ......

April 2 2013, 8:30 AM 

I think that I will go with the FX. I wish that I could find more reviews on it though.

 
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