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nikon buckmaster scopes" Thank You For Your Help"

I'm lookin at a Nikon Buckmasters 4.5 X 14 with a BDC reticle, I'm new with Nikons. Anybody tried these it looks like a really high quality scope....Bob
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Re: nikon buckmaster scopes

i have a 4.5-14x40 buckmaster with a reg duplex on my A bolt 30 06 and love it not a problem with it and Nikon's Fog Eliminator cloth that comes with it works awesome. I went and bought more!

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Re: nikon buckmaster scopes

I have a nikon buckmasters 6-18x40 with the BDC reticle on my 300 wby. I love it is clear and the shot adjustments are nice. You won't go wrong with that purchase at all.
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Re: nikon buckmaster scopes

I have 4 buckmaster scopes that I bought in the last 3 years. That should answer your question.
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Re: nikon buckmaster scopes

I was always a leuplod man,til I bought my buckmater nikon scope, a 3-9 for my .06.I think it's clearer than a leupold,cheaper,plus same lifetime warranty.
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Re: nikon buckmaster scopes

Jason

These are in the mail. I have other years of stamps and licenses if interested.
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Re: nikon buckmaster scopes

I have the 6-18 turrets, buddy has the 4-14 MD. The 6-18 is a bit much for hunting in the woods, but excellent for groundhog hunting.

The only down side is the limited FOV, they just seam "tight"

Midway has the 6-18x40 MD on sale for 299.99.

http://www.midwayusa.com/viewProduct...tNumber=123107

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Re: nikon buckmaster scopes

ihave the 3x9 on my 7600 308 i agree its a s good as any scope if not better
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Re: nikon buckmaster scopes

I have a Buckmaster on my 300WSM. Great scope!
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Re: nikon buckmaster scopes

Ive got 3-9x40 team realtree nikon buckmaster scope on my Remington 700 buckmasters edition 30.06 and i love it. Very clear, accurate and durable. Cant go wrong.
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