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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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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
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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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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For $50. Yeah. I just saw at optic planet for the scope n mounts for $174. N shipping. Not bad bro. Mite def get it. Just wonder if u could do that one thing for me if not. It's cool. It's just crosshairs. Correct. No rds inside
 

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No circles, dots or balloons. Just regular cross hairs with range marks for the distance. The Nikon ballistic program works it all out for you. I bought mine from Optics Planet and had good service, the mounts were out of stock for a couple days but no big deal. The free shipping works well for me. If you look at the Nikon site it shows the cross hairs and has the "Spoton" ballistic program as well.
 
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