Nikko Stirling Diamond FFP 6-24*50, the brand new scope is specially designed for the MIL reticles.
The Diamond scope features the first popular focal plane design reticle, that allows you to make more accurate informed windage.
Also, it allows elevation holdovers and unders on all magnification.
The half mildot, which is featured by Nikko Stirling Diamond FFP 6-24*50, is mil-based and is paired with 0.1 MARD clicks to allow to make a quick calculation.
The scope provides premium-grade lenses, which are the latest in optical coating, and a wide field of the view lens system.
The Nikko Stirling Diamond FFP 6-24*50 provides an aircraft-grade aluminum system whose length is 30mm and has maximum light transmission and clarity.
The scope provides ballistic turrets that have a return to zero systems. Also, that can be customized for specific calibers and MARD increments that ensure your every shot is on target.
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Nikko Stirling Diamond FFP 6-24×50 Review
Let’s check out the specifications of two most popular scopes models of Nikko Stirling that I have provided you in the 2 tables below. You get 1st table details in millimeters and 2nd table in inches.
Specifications of different Nikko Stirling scopes (in millimeters)
|FOV (M at 100mm)||High Powers- 1.5Low Powers- 6.1|
|Click value||MM at 100 m- 9.8|
|E/W range (MOA)||Up/Down- 25Left/Right- 25|
|Eye relief (mm)||High Power- 90Low Power- 90|
|Tube Diameter||30 mm- —|
|Parallax (m)||9.1- infinite|
Specifications of different Nikko Stirling scopes (in inches)
|FOV(Feet at 100Yards)||High Powers- 4.5Low Powers- 18.3|
|Click value||MOA- 0.3375(1.10Mil)|
|E/W range(MOA)||Up/Down- 25Left/Right- 25|
|Eye relief(Inch)||High Power- 3.5Low Power- 3.5|
|Tube Diameter||30 mm|
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#2. Features and Benefits
#1. First Focal Plane (FFP)
In comparison to the second focal plane (SFP) first focal plane (FFP) is popular in the last few years.
When you dial the former system, the reticle and image increase in the same proportion. So that, no matter what the magnification is, the suspension stays constant.
#2. Big Bodied
In this scope, the click values are 1/10 Millradian, at 100m/yards with 5 miles per turn which are subdivided into 1/10th.
The scope has four full rotations in elevation and just over that in windage. The drums are in a lit-to-unlock style which prevents accidental shots.
Illumination is in red and lights the reticle goes from 0-11. The parallax goes from 10-200m then to infinite.
The scope has a wide and slotted magnification ring. It has the base old military-style, an average height person can shot at the ranges of 200-1000m.
You can dial up to 16x. The red at full power tends to blot out up to 8x. From 6x the red is useful.
The scope looks classic with its well-finished matte black design. Lenses are fully multi-colored. The field-of-view at 100m/100yards is 1.5-6.1m.
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Advantages of Nikko Stirling Diamond FFP 6-24×50
- Adjustment of side parallax
- MIL increment military standard
- Wide and excellent field view
- The target turrets
- Focal plane
Shortcomings of Nikko Stirling Diamond FFP 6-24×50
- If you get the relationship incorrect, the reticle at high power is mag, which will look like a metal/fence post, and at low power is too small to be usable.
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Hey adventure lovers!!! Need a rifle scope for your next hunting? There you go.
With the improved feature of the focal plane, Nikko Stirling Scope is an ideal scope to purchase for your next hunting event.