Nikon P-223 Riflescope

Priced: $149.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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A high performance rifle scope designed specifically for high performance .223 AR rifles, the Nikon P-223 AR riflescope keeps you on target. Calibrated specifically for the .223 AR platforms, the P-223 features tactical-style turrets with a zero-Reset feature for extreme sighting speed and tremendous accuracy. The 100-yard Parallax setting eliminates parallax for precise shooting. Fully multicoated optics deliver tremendous brightness and light transmission for a bright, sharp image every time. Generous and consistent eye relief protects your eyes even with the heaviest recoiling cartridges. The P-223 scopes use 1", one-piece main body tubes for maximum strength and durability with minimum weight. Nitrogen-filled and O-ring seals for trustworthy waterproof and fogproof performance.
Rapid Action Turret technology : This incredible system, based on a .223/5.56mm 55-grain polymer tipped bullet, simply and effectively allows you to dial in your elevation anywhere from 100 to 600 yards away in less than one revolution.
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Extreme sighting speed and superior long-range accuracy – just two of the advantages these riflescopes add to your AR platform. BDC-600 reticle has open-circle aiming points and hash marks from 100 to 600 yards. It is equipped with tactical-style turrets and zero-reset feature to simplify field adjustments. BDC-600 reticle also available with Rapid-Action Turret, allowing you to simply dial in your distance and place the crosshairs directly on target. Fast-sighting Carbine reticle option was developed specifically for fast-handling shorter barrel ARs and 3x32 and .223 Remington cartridges to engage targets out to 600 yards. Fully multicoated optics deliver extreme brightness and up to 98% light transmission. Generous, consistent eye relief. 1/4-MOA hand-turn, tactical-style turrets. Nitrogen filled and O-ring sealed for waterproof, fogproof performance.
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Nikon P-223 Riflescope Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Can`t be beat at this price.

This scope is hard to beat for the money. I have 14 other Nikon scopes and was a little apprehensive about the target turrets on this one. All for naught. They aren`t plastic and cheesey. They are metal and have a firm audible click when adjusted. They also have the pull up and return to zero feature. If you get the BDC they aren`t necessary but they work great. With their Spot On app the BDC is, well, spot on! As for the glass, sure there`s better glass out there. Not for the price though. Other reviewers may have gotten a bad scope or simply just need glasses. For folks who live in the real world like me this is a great buy.
diefst at Cabelas on 01/23/2014

P-223 scope 3x9

Had been looking at scopes and this one was what I was looking for. Mounted it on my Windham AR and sighted it in. I was able to shoot a consistent 1" group at 100 yds.
Hakbe at Cabelas on 01/14/2014

perfect

Really nice scope. Easy to use and sight in took no time to get it ready to go coyote hunting.
bobzacal at Cabelas on 01/15/2014

Negative Reviews:

SAVE YOUR MONEY FOR A BETTER SCOPE

I purchased the 3-9 scope and after 1 day at the range I returned it. The glass is good for the money but I have no idea how this scope got so many high scores. biggest flaw of the AR scopes by Nikon is the lack of adjustable parallax. The Nikon scopes have a fixed parallax at 100yards. If you're shooting at any other distance other than 90-110 yards the scope is garbage, save a little bit of your hard earned money and get a scope with adjustable parallax, your eyes will thank you.
Anonymous at Cabelas on 01/19/2014