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Nightforce Rifle Scopes

Nightforce Rifle Scopes

Continuous research and stringent testing have positioned Nightforce Rifle Scopes as one of the premier brands in the firearm industry. This dedication has led to the establishment of new benchmarks in quality and manufacturing processes. While Nightforce Optics primarily assembles its scopes in Idaho, various models are also produced and assembled in the USA. Each Nightforce scope undergoes rigorous testing and is 100% certified before shipment, backed by the esteemed Nightforce Optics warranty.

Nightforce Rifle Scopes are renowned for their cutting-edge technology and advanced mechanical designs, catering to the needs of shooters and hunters alike.

Nightforce SHV

Introduced as Nightforce's entry-level budget option, the SHV series embodies Nightforce's commitment to performance and reliability while offering affordability compared to the NXS series.

Nightforce NXS

Trusted by United States Special Forces and tactical shooters worldwide, Nightforce NXS scopes are built tough and undergo stringent testing to ensure unparalleled performance.

Nightforce NX8

Featuring an 8x magnification range and Nightforce's ED Glass, NX8 scopes offer precise aiming at various ranges. The ZeroStop elevation turret allows for an easy return to zero after adjustments.

Nightforce Benchrest

The Nightforce Benchrest series, where the Nightforce journey began, remains a leader in top-class performance. It boasts accuracy and swift adjustment capabilities, particularly in challenging conditions.

Nightforce ATACR

With ED glass for excellent color contrast and image clarity, Nightforce ATACR scopes also feature proprietary coatings to reduce glare. The 34mm tube allows for increased elevation adjustment.

Nightforce Competition

The Nightforce Competition 15-55×52 scopes excel in bench shooting, offering 92% light transmission, ED glass, and maximum resolution for unparalleled performance.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Nightforce Optics

A: Currently, Nightforce's assembly facilities and factory headquarters are now in Orofino, Idaho, with a portion of manufacturing and glass production occurring in Japan. Models made in Japan include the SHV, NXS, Competition, and Benchrest models. In addition, the Nightforce ATACR and Beast are currently manufactured at their facility in Orofino.
A: It is a transferable Limited Lifetime Warranty that covers mechanical defects in materials and workmanship in the optical and mechanical components of the riflescope. In the event of a defect in materials or workmanship that is covered by this warranty, we will either repair the riflescope or replace it at no charge, with a comparable product at our discretion. This warranty excludes intentional or accidental damage, abuse, misuse, unauthorized modifications or repairs, and improper mounting. This warranty does not cover any consequential or incidental damages resulting from the inability to use the riflescope. Any serial number obliteration or alteration on the product will void the warranty. SHV™ models maintain waterproof integrity with their protective caps installed.
A: Mil XT, MOAR/MOAR-T, Tremor 3 Illuminated/Non-Illuminated, Mil-R, Mil-C F-1/F-2, FC-Mil, FC-DMX, Ddr-2, FC-Dm, FCR-1, Forceplex, Horus H59- Illuminated/Non-illuminated, Mil-CF2/Mil-CF2D, and Mil-R.
A: F2 or, Second Focal plane Nightforce Reticles appear the same size throughout the magnification range, but changing the magnification does change the hash marks on the reticle in relation to the target. With an F1 or First focal plane scope, the reticle will grow or shrink based on magnification level, meaning that you are essentially zooming into the reticle and retaining your holdovers and hash marks in the reticle. F2 Nightforce reticles are great if you find it essential to have an easily visible and consistent reticle. A common complaint of FFP scopes is that the reticle can be hard to see at low magnification. F1 Nightforce reticles will be the preferred option if you are doing a lot of holding inside the reticle or if you are hoping to extend your effective range to longer distances.
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