COD, When you talk .300 Win. Mag. you are talking my language. I had a custom built lefthand Hill Country Rifle done 7 years ago and it is definitely my go to rifle when the oportunity for something big might show up. I have a Monarch 4-16x42 SF with the BDC reticle. While I haven't had to shoot any big deer over 250 yards it is comforting to know that with the BDC reticle I can. First time I used the scope I wasn't that sure of the reticle. It was before they hit the market and I was trying one out. I shot probably 20 rounds at the range to sight in and get used to the circles. zero, 200 yards. Then I had the opportunity to drop a Ks. doe at 427 yards. 2 circle, 1 shot. Not moments before I dropped one at less then 40 yards. They do work and work well. Now with our Spot On program you get and even greater benefit from your scope. Go to Nikonhunting.com, click Spot On logo. YOu will be impressed at the information at your fingertips. Trevor can agree, he had a first hand experience with the Nikon
BDC reticle scopes
and Spot On. He and others were shooting 4 inch jars of tannerite at 600 yards with stock rifles. It was pretty cool to watch
. Let me know if you have any questions.
My name is Bart, I am a longtime hunter and I am here to answer any questions on Nikon hunting optics you may have. I will also be sharing new products and specials on occasion.
Nikon Pro Staff