Any experiance with the nikon prostaff 3-9X40 rimfire bdc 150?

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by OregonPlinker, May 27, 2012.

  1. OregonPlinker

    Creswell, Or
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    Im gonna sell my 7mag and put together a new 22. I really like the sounds of this nikon rimfire deal with the target turret set up. I have a similar setup on my 223 and love it. Range it, dial it in and bang!

    Any way Im thinking stainless 10/22 target with the 20" bull barrel and I should have enough for a $200 scope and a harris bipod. If someone has suggestions on scopes in the 200-250 range Im all ears, or eyes in this

    Im also open to rifle suggestions but fairly stuck on the bull barrel. Ive always been a model 60 guy. I have the 10/22 carbine and its a good little rifle but I want as much barrel as I can get on my new one... Thanks for reading
  2. bman940

    N. Texas

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    Oregon, As an ex-Oregonian I think that is a great idea. My similar rig shoots great and I love the Nikon PROSTAFF 3-9 Rimfire BDC 150, wow, a mouthful. You'll love the Stainless version for Ore. weather and the bull barrel I have shoot's lights out all day, barrel just does not get to hot to touch.
    I zero for 75 yards. Plan on trying out Winchester's new M-22 22LR ammo soon, I hear it shoot's very well through 10/22's.
    Make sure you check out Spot On as well to dial in whatever ammo you are using. If you are looking att he P-22 Series you can use the correct turret, you get a 2, one for hypersonic ammo and one for regular 22 lr ammo. While I have yet to put a round down range under one of these new scopes, I have a few friends who love the way they shoot and how easy they are to use.

    Drop me a note with any question's.
    Go Ducks!

    Here's a pic of my son with my PROSTAFF 3-9 Rimfire BDC 150, I also use Ruger's 25 round mags.

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