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Nikon P-Tactical 223 Rifle Scope
The Nikon® P-Tactical .223 Rifle Scope is designed specifically for use with modern AR-platform rifles chambered in .223 Rem. (5.56 NATO). The BDC 600 reticle model is meant to zero at 100 yards with holdover points out to 600 yards. (The BDC Carbine reticle model is meant to zero at 200 yards with holdover points at 400 yards and 600 yards.) Fully multi-coated lenses produce sharp, high-contrast views of the target across the entire field of view at all magnification settings. The P-Tactical .223 is constructed of an exceptionally rugged, 1-piece aircraft grade aluminum alloy tube. Exposed, spring-loaded windage and elevation turrets adjust by hand at 1/4-MOA., and can be re-set to zero after compensating for a long shot. A quick-focus eyepiece and generous eye relief allow precise focus and protect the shooter's eyebrow from recoil. The Nikon P-Tactical .223 Rifle Scope is nitrogen filled and O-ring sealed to ensure waterproof and fogproof performance when shooting in adverse weather conditions. Full manufacturer's lifetime warranty.
BDC reticle, calibrated for the .223 cartridge
Exposed, spring-loaded turrets
Generous eye relief
Fully multi-coated lenses
1-piece aluminum tube
Web ID: 100102841
Rated 5 out of
So far it works very wellThis scope crowns a Tavor X95 and complements the gun perfectly. It is small enough to not be a top heavy burden but tough enough to take some abuse. It is clear and has just enough features to get er done. I see no need to have extravagant pictures when looking down the scope on this type of gun, just a cross hair to point out where the bullet will go. Speaking of where the bullet should go after a quick sight in the bullet kept hitting where I wanted it too even after knocking the gun over a few times, the scope held true. I will get back in a year if we can still own FA's and send SITREP. This scope works very well on a AR style platform. Bonus if at sale $.
Date published: 2019-09-09
Rated 5 out of
Excellent no frills scope.I bought this to put on a Remington 700 in 260 Rem and I wanted a scope with good turrets with a clean reticle for holdover. This scope works well for my needs. It did perfect when I did a box test and has good crisp clicks when dialing. It has similar glass as my Burris scopes, which is perfectly functional for most of my hunting and shooting needs. I bought the MRAD version and it was simple switching from MOA. It has worked all the way to 900 yards so far. Highly recommend this scope for a good, functional working mans rifle setup.
Date published: 2019-05-25
Rated 5 out of
Great scopeJust what I was looking for on my 5.56 AR carbine. Holds zero, easy to adjust for windage and elevation. Looks good on my rife. Fair price with fast service from Cabelas.
Date published: 2019-05-22
Rated 1 out of
Justin 1 from
Do not buy if you want to to use it huntingPurchased for my AR to use coyote hunting. The turrets are spring control however there move constantly when carrying the rifle to the field and in and out of the case. It's very unsafe and you do not know the turrets turned or if they "raised" and turned. They won't hold zero.
It is a good glass, like the scope just won't work for my application.
I Contacted Nikon and was told that's just the way they are... Won't buy another Nikon product! And I have several very disappointed in this scope and in the customer service.
Date published: 2019-03-31
Rated 5 out of
Great Carbine OpticI recently bought this to use with my JR Carbine 9mm. After zeroing the scope I found this to be a great little purchase. I'm shooting 1.5" groups at 40 yards with this thing which is more than I was expecting from a 9mm carbine. The tourette's have a nice positive feedback to them and they zero out easily. Glass is nice and clear but the retical could be a little larger, I have 20/20 vision and find it small and sometimes hard to aquire quickly.
Would this scope be good to use on a Rossi 243 rifle for a young shooter?
Asked by: bredd214
All Nikon riflescopes are tested up to, and include, 50 caliber so it will work well with the Rossi youth firearm; however, the Nikon P-Tactical 223 Rifle Scope was designed as a competition/target scope. Due to this design and it's exposed turrets, you may find there is less advantage to using it for hunting in the brush.
Answered by: NikonStaff
Date published: 2019-09-27
whats better 4 x 12 or 3 x 9
Asked by: theriot1
In a 3-9X40 scope, the 3 means three power, or 3X. This means that the image you see through the scope appears three times (3X) closer than it does with your naked eye. The 9 means nine power, or nine times (9X) closer than it appears with your naked eye.
This is the front lens of the scope, and is measured in millimeters. The larger the objective lens is, the more light that can enter the scope.
This means that a larger objective lens will typically perform better in low light conditions.
See Picking the Right Scope https://1source.basspro.com/index.php/component/k2/240-hunting-gear/479-picking-the-right-scope