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Topic: nikon m-223 scope
Posted By: pyro6999
Subject: nikon m-223 scope
Date Posted: October/20/2012 at 13:33
just wondering if anybody here has used these scopes? more specifically the 2x8x32mm with the rapid action turrets. im kicking the idea around to buy one for my ar that im getting soon.

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Posted By: Urimaginaryfrnd
Date Posted: November/11/2012 at 21:25
I have a friend here who has one and he likes it but he would never spend a lot of money on an optic, so I would say it is worth a try if you need that power range.  For me I like  a really small optic on an AR like the Aimpoints and the ACOG scopes.  I do have an SS fixed power in an AR mount though. I tend to think the 6x is ideal for an AR but I will also say that I am really impressed with a simple 3-9 Conquest that I got in not long ago.  I think I would go this route if possibe.
SPL16154 http://www.samplelist.com/Zeiss-3-9x40-Conquest-Rifle-Scope-DEMO-B-P56203.aspx -
http://www.samplelist.com/Assets/ProductImages/spl16154.jpg">Click to view 5214609971, Matte, Rapid Z 600, 1"
$419.95


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Posted By: Varminteer42
Date Posted: January/19/2013 at 15:45
I have one and in general I like it. The one thing that I don't care for is the rapid action turrets - they move too easily. When I sling my rifle the knobs will turn as they rub against you're clothing. I missed a coyote this morning that was a really easy shot. As I was watching him run over the hill trying to figure out how I could have missed I looked down to find my vertical out 10 MOA.

I actually logged on to the site to see if anyone could help me convert this scope to low profile adjustments and dust caps. At 100 to 300 yds I never use the turrets anyway.

Any help out there?


Posted By: Spanner
Date Posted: January/26/2013 at 10:44
"The one thing that I don't care for is the rapid action turrets -"

Same here. Without the capability of locking them down, its a problem.

Ive been wrapping black electrical tape around the the turrets...Loco

Other than that, its a decent scope; but doubt Id buy again.


Posted By: Varminteer42
Date Posted: January/26/2013 at 14:07
That's what I wound up doing as welll.

Nikon Service returned my call and they don't have a solution at this time but did commit to passing the problem on to their product development people.

I was out this morning, complete with electrical tape, and tagged two coyotes at 225 yards. It's a good enough scope. Really too bad about the turrets - definite design bust.



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