Nikon Omega BDC Muzzleloader Riflescope





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As far as I know, the Nikon Omega is the first riflescope that was ever produced just for muzzleloaders and blackpowder shooters.  It features a built-in BDC (bullet drop compensator) that allows you to accurately shoot a muzzleloader out to 200 – 250 yards.  Prior scopes would produce an accurate effective muzzleloader range of about 100 yards. The Omega will more than double that distance accurately.  As long as you utilize the specific bullet weight turret and know the range to the target, the Omega can get you there.

Here’s a neat video of a hunter shooting an Omega BDC for the first time:

Here are a couple of great deals on Omega scopes:

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