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26 reviews | 4.5 out of 5
It’s a Nikon, what can I say; after waiting 5-6 months for the M-223 to no avail I decided to get the P-223; Nikon has a good reputation for quality and a good warranty; you can’t go wrong this scope
Really clear lenses. P-223 mounts are real nice to have too. about 10 shots to zero @ 100yards, 2 shots to 200yards w/ 4inch target and one shot out to 300yards w/ 6inch target. perfect for those coyotes
The Nikon BDC is all I've owned for quite a few years. The one I was looking for was out of stock. This is what they had and I had to have one because of leaving in the morning. My question is will this scope handle 7MM Mag ammo
I am very happy with this scope. The sight picture is bright and clear. The BDC reticle is accurate. I love using it with the Nikon Spoton software application. I have mine set up to give me better than 1/2" groups at 100 yards. My only downside is that if I shoot at close range (i.e. 25 yards, which I rarely do) it shoots high. But I suppose that's the reason the buy the M-223 with the adjustable parallax setting as opposed to the P-223. Still, a great scope for the money!
Excellent scope. Clear optics and easy to use reticle. I have used it on my Smith & Wesson M&P Sport AR in .223 and also on my Thompson Center Dimension Rifle in .243. I was easily able to hit targets out to 400 yds using the reticle holds when zeroed at 100 yds. Outstanding value for the money.
Mounted it on my Bushmaster ORC CARBINE to replace a cheap red dot. 110 % better!! Zeroing it in was fast. Nice clear glass. GET ONE!!
Just installed my P223 3x9 scope on my CVA Apex .223 barrel. Haven't shot it yet but I must say I am very happy with the apparent quality of optics and overall construction. I also have a Nikon Omega on my .50caliber muzzleloader barrel and that is the reason I quickly chose the P223. The Omega scope is fantastic. I've never had a scope with that much eye relief! That's important to me since I have a 12 year old that uses it too, and the last thing I want is for him to give himself a black eye. The Omegas BDC reticle is perfect on my muzzleloader, and I'm pretty sure I'll find the same results with my new P223. I take my hat off to you Nikon guys. Great Job!
I have one on my S&W MP15,5.56 NATO, It is dead on out to 500 meters!!!
Glass is clear, turrets provide great feedback when clicking through settings, have it installed on my AR-15 with 16" barrel, zero'd in after 15 shots in windy conditions, no issues at all with it.
This is an awesome scope, Packaging was great, Great quality construction.
Scope is great, quick and easy to sight in and looks great on my ar. While sighting it in we busted the screw holding the turret cap on and I emailed nikon parts and they emailed back saying it'd be 2 to 4 weeks. Within a week the screw was in and back operating! Thanks a lot
I bought this scope at the firing range because my cheap red dot had a dead battery when i arrived at the range. The rifle is the Bushmaster AR lightweight. Boy am i glad the battery was dead and the shop was fresh out of batteries. I am now able to get better shots, the red dot was a joke. This scope is so easy to zero in the reticle is very clear and is a tremendous help for accuracy. I'll buy more of these for my other rifles as well.
Look people, I just bought mine. Still in the Box as I'm redoing the stock. Got it hanging in the shop drying. BUT...I want you to know my Son recommended Nikon Buck Master. I am a very particular type Buyer. I'm using this item for specific hunts and want One Shot, One Kill. I bought this scope because of the "ABSENCE" of Turret Caps. You don't have time to unscrew, hold a screw driver/coin...you know the drill... Nikon Warranty has GOT TO BE THE BEST or one of them in the Industry. It's NOT MADE IN CHINA!!!! My wife is from the Philippines...so is this Scope.
The best there was, the best there is, the best there ever will be...enough said
Great warranty, this is the third one I own and I have no complaints. One more to buy for my wife's rifle.
I have this scope mounted on my rem. 700 .308. using the spoton program it is accurate out to 480 yds. thats as far as i've shot.
My son and I both have Nikon scopes. I killed my biggest buck and longest distance ever this year with my new P-223 on a 280 Remington bolt action. Dialed the distance and pulled the trigger. Once shot one kill. Beautiful! ( Thanks Nikon )
I purchased a Nikon refurbished P-223 and I am so pleased I did. I am getting old and need the glass to assist. Zeroing only took a few rounds then we jumped to the dope card and began to shoot out to 500 yards on the local range. The scope is mounted to a S&W M&P, M4 variant. Using OTC LAP we were routinely hitting the targets that the local El Paso Sherrifs use for their training. A 500 yard steel range sign about 2'x2'. The rifle is not sub moa, and not set up for that. The scope is crystal clear and the Nikon program that matches the round to the scope is great for making your dope cards.
Mounted this scope on a Rugar American 22-250. Absolute great combo, Pick your ammo, review ballistics, then put a big smile on your face from 100 to 600 yards.
I bought this because it is designed for the AR platform. It is functional and accurate. I am permitted and use my AR to hunt hogs at night and a ProStaff 50mm would have been a better choice for this job. The 40mm lens size is less effective with night vision. Otherwise it is a fine scope.
The scope reticles are for the xm193 with 55gr bullet out of a 20" barrel at 3240 FPS. If using a M4 carbine vel will be less so you to modify the ranges in the scope. Spot on program very good