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Old 06-07-2012, 07:56 PM   #1
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Default Looking to purchase an optic

I can't make up my mind. From a scope or rds w/ a magnifier for my .223/5.56. I have some help along the way might be leaning towards a scope. Price range is bout $200. Don't have much to spend. Was looking at 1-4x24 for $115. I'll put up the page soon. Any more suggestion could me helpful while I'm still shopping around.

Range. Atleast 200 -300yds
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Old 06-07-2012, 08:07 PM   #2
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http://www.leapers.com/prod_detail.php?mitem=Optics&itemno=SCP3-UG156IEW

Here's one of them. Couldn't find the 1-4x24 but it was an UTG
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One would be hard pressed to do any better than the Nikon P223 carbine scope in 3x. It can be had for around 150 dollars including shipping. Nikon has a ballistic program that will match the scope cross hair marks to any load one may wish to shoot.

I have been using mine for several months and am extremely pleased. Nikon is a well made scope at a reasonable price.

http://www.nikonhunting.com/products/riflescopes/p-223/3x32_BDC_Carbine/8496
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Yeah. It looks nice n all but n if I do decide to go with it I can't find the order number or price n all. I think my computer well phone is f****** up . Check it more out later. Thx bro
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One would be hard pressed to do any better than the Nikon P223 carbine scope in 3x. It can be had for around 150 dollars including shipping. Nikon has a ballistic program that will match the scope cross hair marks to any load one may wish to shoot.

I have been using mine for several months and am extremely pleased. Nikon is a well made scope at a reasonable price.

http://www.nikonhunting.com/products/riflescopes/p-223/3x32_BDC_Carbine/8496
Have you shoot anything else than 55gr with the scope n does it hold up
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I have shot loads from 50 grains to 64 grains and have experienced zero problems. I am using the Nikon mounts which I also find to be excellent. Optical quality is excellent.
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One would be hard pressed to do any better than the Nikon P223 carbine scope in 3x. It can be had for around 150 dollars including shipping. Nikon has a ballistic program that will match the scope cross hair marks to any load one may wish to shoot.

I have been using mine for several months and am extremely pleased. Nikon is a well made scope at a reasonable price.

http://www.nikonhunting.com/products/riflescopes/p-223/3x32_BDC_Carbine/8496
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Yeah. It looks nice n all but n if I do decide to go with it I can't find the order number or price n all. I think my computer well phone is f****** up . Check it more out later. Thx bro
Here's the same scope at SWFA. You will be hard-pressed to find a bigger selection and good prices.

http://swfa.com/Nikon-3x32-P223-Riflescope-P51917.aspx
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I have shot loads from 50 grains to 64 grains and have experienced zero problems. I am using the Nikon mounts which I also find to be excellent. Optical quality is excellent.
Cool. What was pricing for the mounts
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You can do both in one unit. I have a Bushnell Trophy XLT 1-4X24 30mm tube Illuminated dot in a 4A reticle.
http://swfa.com/Bushnell-1-4x24-Trophy-XLT-30mm-Rifle-Scope-P48386.aspx
Shop the price. You still have a scope if your battery fails.
http://swfa.com/Optisan-1-4x24-Mamba-EAR30-Mount-Combo-P51887.aspx
Another possibility but I dont know how good they are.
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I have shot loads from 50 grains to 64 grains and have experienced zero problems. I am using the Nikon mounts which I also find to be excellent. Optical quality is excellent.
Hey bro if it's not to much to ask for. But do you have any pics looking thru ur sights
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