Nikon P-300 Blackout Rifle Scope

   

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Matte Black

2X - 7X

32mm

3.8"

SuperSub

44.5'-12.7'

1"

11.5"-16.1 oz.

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  • SKU: 1995650

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A high performance rifle scope designed specifically for high performance MSRs firing the .300 AAC Blackout round, the Nikon® P-300 BLK Riflescope keeps you on target. Calibrated specifically for both supersonic and subsonic .300 Blackout loads, the P-300 BLK features tactical-style turrets with a zero-reset feature for extreme sighting speed and tremendous accuracy. Fully multicoated optics deliver tremendous brightness and light transmission for a bright, sharp image every time. Generous and consistent eye relief through the quick focus eyepiece maintains image precision through changing magnifications. Equipped with Nikon's BDC SuperSub reticle, the P-300 BLK comes optimized for use with Nikon's Spot On Ballistic Match Technology, allowing you to discover all of the exact aiming points on your scope’s reticle at various yardages for your specific ammunition and load. 1-piece, 1'' main body tube provides maximum strength and durability with minimum weight. Nitrogen-filled and O-ring seals for trustworthy waterproof and fogproof performance. Color: Matte Black.
Manufacturer model #: P-300.

  • Specifically designed for high performance MSRs firing the .300 AAC Blackout cartridge
  • Extreme sighting speed and superior accuracy
  • Tactical-style turrets with Zero-Reset feature
  • Fully multicoated optics for extreme brightness and incredibly high light transmission
  • Generous and consistent eye relief
  • Quick focus eyepiece
  • Nitrogen-filled and O-ring sealed - waterproof and fogproof
  • Audible and visual, hand-turn 1/4 MOA click stop adjustments
  • BDC SuperSub Reticle - Optimized for Spot On Ballistic Match Technology - custom precision at your fingertips
Nikon P-300 Blackout Rifle Scope 4.8 5 6 6
300 BLK is here to stay The 6.8 SPC fanboy has no idea what he is talking about. The 300 Blackout is already more popular than the 6.8 SPC and it has only had two short years since induction into SAAMI to do it. If I were to pick a niche caliber it would be the supersonic only 6.8 SPC. The 300 Blackout fills the supersonic and subsonic, suppressed and unsuppressed for close to medium hunting roles. With ballistics similar to the 30-30, which has probably taken more deer in the woods of the central to eastern US than any other cartridge in history, it is perfect for hunting feral hogs and deer. If you need any further proof that the 300 blackout is the dominant alternate caliber in the AR15 just look at the Nikon offerings for the AR and see if there is one set up for the 6.8 SPC... nope, nothing. BAM! Now back on topic, I have a P-300 BLK on order and am eagerly waiting on it. I have a P-22 on my 10-22 and love it. I think that these two scopes are the same with only a change in reticle and turret markings, and if that is so, I am sure that I will be happy with the P-300 BLK on my new 300 Blackout that I am building. March 9, 2013
Should have made a P68 instead The 300 Blk will never be as popular of a hunting cartridge in the AR-15 as the 6.8 SPC, not for hogs or anything else for that matter. The Nikon P series scope is good quality optic though(I have two), so I recommend it despite being made for such a niche cartridge. March 3, 2013
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7.62x39

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I'm getting one for a Ruger Mini 30. I understand the 300 Blackout is very close to the 7.62x39. Is that info accurate?
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While 7-62 x 39 is very close, this set up should work. You can use the Spot On ballistics software to compensate for the number changes.
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