The Diamond FFP 4-14x44 offers first focal plane technology.
It is built for fans and users of MIL related reticles for specific shooting needs.
An advantage of a first focal plane scope is the fact that the image and reticle increase/decrease always in same proportion. This allows fast and easy drop compensations and range finding.
The Diamond FFP features an illuminated glass etched HMD reticle (Half Mil Dot) and a combined parallax and illumination turret on the saddle. Well sized target turrets offer a precise1/10 MIL click (1cm@100m) which is a worldwide standard.
Rugged built, up to date designed and knurlings which fit for handling with gloves offer a secure and easy use in the field. The Diamond FPP is made of a solid one piece 30mm high grade aluminium maintube with fully multi-coated lenses and a red index mark on the magnification ring for fast acquisition.
•First focal plane - Image and reticle increase in same proportion
•1/10 MIL increments (1cm@100m) Military standard
•Excellent Field of view
• Compact length
• Parallax turret includes illumination unit
• Side Parallax adjustment starting from 10yds
• Rugged designed
• Glass etched illuminated HMD reticle
• Fully multi-coated lenses
• Well sized target turrets
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Welcome to Nikko Stirling
Optics for Sports, Since 1956
A heritage of hunting separates Nikko Stirling from its competitors. Nikko Stirling does not produce spectacles, jewelry, cameras or microscopes. We specialize only in Optics for hunting.
Our philosophy is to provide the hunters or target shooters with optics they need to be successful in their sport. Since 1956 this has been our goal. Today the Nikko Stirling range is a result of the evolution of solving the challenges faced by hunters throughout the world.
During 2016 Nikko Stirling is proud to be celebrating 60 years since its inception by Malcolm John Fuller (1924-1994).
Born in Australia, Malcolm Fuller had an early exposure to firearms and hunting on Australian farms that were abundant with wild boar, deer, goats, foxes and rabbits. This early exposure and subsequent lifelong pursuit of hunting larger game provided Malcolm Fuller with tremendous practical experience that has been a cornerstone to the development of riflescopes under the Nikko Stirling range.
Initially utilizing optics factories that were emerging in Japan in the 1950s, he founded the Stirling Scope Company Ltd in Tokyo, Japan to manufacture and export Nikko Stirling riflescopes to Europe, Africa and Australasia.
Few other makers of riflescopes can claim their origins in hunting; most are divisions of related optics factories. This distinction is particularly important in the development of today's range of Nikko Stirling riflescopes. Practical experience incorporated into our designs combined with manufacturing and component quality ensures the hunter's needs are met and satisfied.
Today the range of Nikko Stirling riflescopes offers a choice for all firearms enthusiasts. Serious hunters look to our DIAMOND series scopes, While new enthusiasts start out with a MOUNTMASTER scope on their air gun or .22 rifles.