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Nightforce Launches NX8 1-8X24 F1

At only 8.75” in length and 17 ounces, the new NX8 1-8×24 F is optimized for short and mid-range shooting.


With the daylight visible center red dot users can engage targets with speed like a red-dot sight, but as targets increase in distance the intelligent FC-Mil and FC-MOA first focal plane reticles provide precise hold points. For those preferring to dial for long shots, the ZeroStop elevation adjustment allows for a rapid and positive return to zero. Adjustments are a true .2 Mil-Radian or .50 MOA. To aid in fast magnification adjustments, a built-in Power Throw Lever (PTL) is included. Ot is a first focal plane optic and has a fixed parallax at 125 meters. Brightness adjustments also feature “Off” settings in between the adjustment levels.



8 Responses to “Nightforce Launches NX8 1-8X24 F1”

  1. H.C. says:

    With frank proctor retiring his NF 1-4, 10 bucks says this is his new optic. Nicely done nightforce, at 17 ounces makes me want to lose my vortex if my wallet can handle it.

  2. John says:

    Yes. Price point will be an issue for most, but this scope is the face of the next 10 years. Everyone will be chasing it, and trying to shave a few bucks off of it.

  3. DAN III says:

    NX8 1-8x = $17xx.00. Give or take 20 bucks.

  4. Huch says:

    I shoot a Steiner P4xi 1-4x (great scope btw) and love it because along with having great glass, it’s one of the shorter and lighter 1-4x scopes on the market. The NX8 is 1.5 inches SHORTER and .3oz lighter than the Steiner and is a 1-8x FFP scope. Insane. Definitely on my shortlist.

    I knew these scopes were coming and had hoped to see Vortex release a 1-8X version of their Razor HD II as well to compete. Instead, Vortex announces a “lightweight” version of the Razor 1-6 that is still half a pound heavier than the NX8 1-8x. I love me some Vortex but man did they miss the boat on this one.

  5. N.N. says:

    EuroOptics will receive their first shipment next week, $1715 out the door.

  6. Dog says:

    Ffp in a lpo?
    No thanks

    • Zach says:

      Why not? If you’ve got a daylight bright dot on 1x, who cares what focal plane the reticle is on?

  7. PTMcCain says:

    I’ll be interested to hear more about it from end users and how it compares, pros/cons, to the Trijicon Accupoint 1-8 which is a 34mm tube optic, by the way.

    The compact package is appealing, to be sure.