Nikko Stirling Target Master 30mm 6-24x56 IR Rifle Scope
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Nikko Stirling Target Master IR Series
Nikko Stirling in 2009 is introducing a totally new Targetmaster Series. In redesigning this Series we have sought to include features desired by Tactical or Competitive users. In addition to the many features offered, the Targetmaster 2009 provides the highest level of optical performance that will improve your shooting scores and results.
The Targetmaster in 2009 is available in four variable zoom models that allow the user to adjust the magnification required to suit their needs. The main body of the scope is a 30mm hard alloy tube that provides added strength and light transmission over one inch riflescopes. The lenses are coated in our ETE Mirolux coatings, which allow maximum light transmission to your eyes so you see the target faster, clearer and with more contrast. The Adjustments are Target style, to adjust simply pull out gently and turn to the desired setting. Push down again to lock. You can also return the dial setting to Zero with out special tools so you can be ready in the field to accurately compensate as required for both windage and elevation.
All Targetmaster riflescopes feature Side Parallax and focus adjustment. This is easily achieved in with the side adjustments compared to objective adjusting riflescopes. Also located on the side is the switch for the illumination of the reticle (CR2032). This looks much neater and allows quick adjustments in the field. Fast focus eyepieces allow you to adjust the scope to suit your eye strength.
You can choose one of the optional large wheels that suit your needs. Either 100mm or 150mm diameter. Dust Covers are supplied.
Find Nikko Stirling instruction manuals at the following link:
|Objective lens diameter||56 mm|
|No. reticles available||2|
Review by Greg
Mounted on a .17HMR. A big scope but a lot of mag for the money. Some tunneling and a little fringing but to be fair clear image at all mag settings so not complaining at the price. FOV less that more pricey scopes but perfectly functional. Turret clicks good but locking function feels mushy and fiddly when locking. This coupled with mag ring very stiff between 20 and 24 means I have to dock it some marks. Time will tell re durability. In summary no regrets buying, excellent value for money.
Review by Tim
I have had this scope for about a month mounted on a Daystate Air Ranger, very pleased with it, max magnification not the best but at this price you cannot complain, other all a very good scope.