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Nikko-Stirling

Nikko-Stirling

Legacy Sports International is introducing Australia's Nikko-Stirling Optics to the U.S. The Diamond Sportsman 10-50X60mm is Nikko-Stirling's top of the line scope and features Diamond-Bright multicoated lenses sealed in a one-piece aircraft-grade aluminum tube. It offers precise vertical and lateral alignment and adjustable parallax settings from 10 yards to infinity. The constantly centered reticle has a fine central crosshair that's visible in poor light. A rotating, adjustable neoprene eyepiece makes fast focusing a snap. Each Nikko-Sterling scope is immersion- and shock-tested at the factory and nitrogen filled to eliminate fogging. The 10-50X60mm retails for $668. For more information, contact Legacy Sports International





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