Nikon’s new SPUR provides a 3 MOA red dot ideal  for virtually any firearm application where fast, reliable, intuitive sighting is required. We are big fans of Nikon’s quality and value. The SPUR is the red dot we have been waiting for.

Engineered with fully multi-coated lenses the P-TACTICAL SPUR provides a clear, natural view for both-eyes-open sighting. Nikon’s proprietary “TRUCOLOR” coating virtually eliminates the bluish tint common to reflex sights.

The SPUR’s 3 MOA dot is adjustable with 10 levels of brightness—the first two settings being night vision compatible — and is centered within a 27mm x 16mm sighting window for an extra-wide field of view with unlimited-and-non-critical eye relief.

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Battery life for the P-TACTICAL SPUR is estimated to be 15,000 hours of continuous usage. To provide shooters confidence in their optic being ready in the time of need, the red dot in the display will flash to indicate it is time to change batteries.

To accommodate off the brutal recoil that occurs in both rail- and slide-mounted applications, Nikon builds the SPUR on a compact (1.8” x 1.1” x 1”), lightweight (1.1-ounce) aluminum alloy chassis that is shockproof, waterproof (IPX7) and extremely durable. The sight includes a removable Picatinny rail mount for fast, easy mounting to any firearm with Picatinny rail or base and a protective hood that covers the sight during storage.

Suggested retail price for the new Nikon P-TACTICAL SPUR reflex sight is $219.95. The SPUR and all of its components are covered by Nikon’s 5-Year Warranty.

Fully multicoated optics with true color coating to minimize bluish tint
Waterproof performance (IPX7)
10 levels of brightness setting (initial 2 are night vision Compatible)
1x magnification. Overall length: 1.8 inch
Picatinny rail mount included

For more information on Nikon’s full line of Riflescopes, Reflex/Red Dot sights, Binoculars, Rangefinder Binocular, Fieldscopes, and Laser Rangefinders, please visit:

 Nikon Sport Optics