Nikon is out of the scope business and for good reason.
I took the 2X7 Nikon Prostaff off the spare Encore 45-70 barrel and put it on a E.A.Brown 450 Bushmaster barrel.
I began sighting in at 50 yards to make sure I was on paper, the scope has 1/4" at 100 yard clicks, (not MOA). The first shots were 3-1/4" to the right. I went 26 clicks left and shot again. The impact was about 1/2 the way to center. It was also now 3"+ high.
Coming down 22 clicks and another 16 left got me on the left upper side of the 10 ring.
A three shot group went into a 1" group still 1" left and on top of the 10 ring.
When I went another 4 clicks left it blew the group out 2" to the left. Three full inches of movement with fur clicks.
The repeatability of this scope is HORRID. Its accuracy in movement is HORRID. I will fine tune the zero at 100 yards to be 1-1/2" high. That will be good enough for deer out to the max of 200 yards I will be shooting.
Has anyone else had my bad luck with Nikon scopes??