New Scope From Legacy Sports

A new scope from Legacy Sports promises a broader field of vision as well as a steadier view while being used at higher magnifications. According to the company this scope is designed specifically to be used with larger caliber rifles by being tailored to withstand stronger recoil. As with all Nikko Stirling line scopes there’s a lifetime warranty and it’s competitively priced as well.

From Legacy Sports:

Gene Lumsden and Legacy Sports are proud to introduce the new Nikko Stirling Panamax 3-9x50mm rifle scope. The Panamax scope was designed to be light weight, yet durable, with the mobile shooter in mind. Offering an extremely Wide Angle Field-of-View, it has a 20% larger viewing picture than most other 1″ main tube scopes on the market today.

The extra wide Field Of View not only offers the shooter a larger sight picture but also helps in visually steadying that picture at higher magnifications. Also, designed to transmit high levels of ambient light, all lenses are treated with our proprietary Micro Lux ETE Gen III coatings. These new multi-coatings give you a high definition picture that brings optical clarity to a new level. The Panamax 3-9x50mm scope comes with the new Half Mil-Dot (HMD) reticle, making precise hold-over and wind correction quick and easy.

This scope also includes a Fast Focus Eye Piece, 4 inches of eye relief and positive “¼inch click” finger adjustable turrets. In addition, with its dual sealed lenses, this scope is sure to handle the heavier recoiling rifle calibers available on the market today. Add on the Nikko Stirling Limited Lifetime Warranty and you have a scope that is packed full of features at a price that is hard to resist. Available now on select Howa Rifle Package Combos.

MSRP (on scope only) – $139.
Model: NPW3950
Field-of-View (100yds): 44 yds. @ 3x, 15yds. @ 9x.
Eye Relief: 4.0″
Click Value: ¼” @ 100yds.
Length: 12″
Weight: 16.1 oz

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  • Jack Morris

    If they hold up to regular use and abuse, that’s one hell of a good deal.

    • Dan Panic

      Reading reviews of the Niko Stirling scopes online has taught me that $139 for any Niko is a $139 lesson on why you should buy once, cry once.

  • All the Raindrops

    Shameless ads for crappy gear….

  • MarcoPolo

    I bought a new Howa 1500 in .308 a few years ago that came bundled with a Nikko Sterling 3-9 x 42 scope. I believe the combo cost $350 at the time. I had no expectations for the scope one way or the other since it was a brand that I had never heard of. Not only has the scope been flawless for the 10 or so years that I’ve owned it, but optically it’s the best scope I’ve got easily besting a 3-9 Leupold and a few others that I’ve got on various rifles.