Nightforce NXS 3.5-15x50 F1 Riflescope, NP-RF1 ret. MOA C355 used

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Nightforce NXS 3.5-15x50 F1 Riflescope, NP-RF1 ret. MOA C355 used

Nightforce NXS 3.5-15x50 F1 Riflescope C355 - clone correct - used

This model was used by the US Military on a number of sniper weapon systems

The U.S. military asked for a scope that is exceptionally fast and applicable to a wide range of targets at various distances. The NXS™ 3.5-15 x 50 F1 is the answer. The reticle is located in the first focal plane, which has distinct advantages in high-stress situations and when the user might encounter targets from up-close to 1000 yards or more. A first focal plane reticle remains in the same visual proportion to the target across the scope’s entire magnification range, making it especially appropriate with rangefinding reticles. Combined with Nightforce highly tactile and intuitive adjustments, it makes for a scope that is extremely quick, accurate, responsive and utterly reliable.


Magnification: 3.5-15
Objective Diameter: 50mm
Exit Pupil Diameter: 11.5mm @ 3.5x
3.2 mm @ 15x
Field Of View: 28ft @ 3.5x 8.7ft @ 15x
8.5m @ 3.5x 2.6m @ 15x
@100 Yards/100 Meters
Eye Relief: 3.15in (80mm)
Internal Adjustment Range:                       110MOA elev. 80MOA wind. 30Mil elev. 21.8Mil wind.
Click Value: .250MOA / .1Mil-Rad
Tube Diameter: 30mm (1.18in)
Ocular Diameter: 36mm
Mounting Length: 6.2in
Weight: 30oz
Overall Length: 14.8in
Reticle: NP-RF1 (C355)
Illumination: Standard
ZeroStop Standard


Reticle Information:

1 MOA elevation and windage spacings are ideal for precision long-range shooting and all-around use. 10, 20 and 30 MOA elevation points are clearly marked for quick reference in the field. Especially suitable for range-finding.

Used Condition.  Taken as a trade for a new scope.  Charlie's does not take dogs.  This is close to new condition.

This scope is in Excellent - condition.  Perfect glass.  Turrets have been replaced with new turrets.  Extremely faint scope rings and one minor exterior scratch, which looks like a razor thin pencil mark in the anodizing 1/4" long.