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Nikon Coyote Special Riflescope

Nikon Coyote Special Riflescope

Paired with Nikon's all-new BDC Predator Hunting Reticle, the new Coyote Special riflescopes utilize ballistic circles with carefully researched spacing that is designed for predator hunters. The unique, open-circle design does not obscure the target, making shots on a moving coyote easier.

Offered in 3-9X 40mm and 4.5-14X 40mm models with either Mossy Oak Brush or Advantage Max-1 camo finishes, each scope features ARD (Anti Reflective Device) technology that eliminates game-spooking objective lens glare.


For more information, contact Nikon Sport Optics; 631-547-4200.


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