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Nikon M-223 XR (743) AR Mount w/ 20 MOA Slope (Black)

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  • Built-in 20-degree minute of angle (MOA) incline
  • Maximizes elevation for extreme long range shooting
  • Lightweight alloy construction
  • Fits flattop Picatinny rails and Weaver-style bases
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Nikon M-223 XR (743)  AR Mount w/ 20 MOA Slope (Black) + NIKON M-223 BDC 600 8489 3-12x42SF Riflescope (Black)
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The M-223 XR Mount was developed for use with Nikon's M-223 series of riflescopes. Featuring lightweight yet sturdy alloy construction, this mount fits Picatinny rails found on most flattop ARs, as well as Weaver-style bases. The mount offers a built-in 20-degree minute of angle (MOA) incline to maximize elevation for extreme long range shooting.



The M-223 features lightweight and sturdy alloy construction.

Product Description

Recognizing the popularity of AR rifles, Nikon has developed a new line of riflescopes built to deliver extreme speed, accuracy and shooting confidence. The M-223 XR line offers five new riflescopes, all engineered for the 223 Rem./5.56mm NATO round with 55-grain polymer tipped bullet with a muzzle velocity of 3240fps. With Nikon's latest reticle and adjustment technologies, the M-223 integrates the same level of quality as the flagship Monarch riflescopes. "The recent surge in AR-type rifle purchases means there is a new group of customers out there learning just how much fun owning an AR is," said Jon LaCorte, senior product marketing manager Nikon Sport Optics. "We've built the M-223 family to help them enjoy and use their rifles no matter if it's for competition, varmint or predator hunting or just plinking fun." All of the new M-223 riflescopes feature Nikon's famous fully multicoated optics, up to 95% light transmission, waterproof/fogproof/shockproof performance and lifetime warranty. Designed for AR carbines and popular 3 gun competitions, the 1-4x20 with Point Blank reticle features an extremely large exit pupil for low light performance and a super wide field of view. The all-new Point Blank reticle technology means incredibly accurate and fast shooting from zero to 200 yards thanks to thick reticle posts and purpose-designed 3-MOA center dot for instant targeting on paper or steel plates. The 2-8x32 is available with Nikon's all new BDC 600 reticle or the Nikoplex reticle with Nikon's new Rapid Action Turret system; both are ballistically matched to the 223 Rem. round and offer unprecedented speed in dialing in your shots for virtually any known distance-from 0 to 600 yards.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 6 x 6 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: Made in USA
  • ASIN: B003G5SO7C
  • Item model number: 743
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (101 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #55,054 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Customer Reviews

I recently mounted a Nikon M-223 scope with this mount on my AR and really like it.
Allen Van Wey
I like the one piece scope mount and will buy another one for a 3x9 or larger long distance scope.
SLC
The mount is very solid with a high quality finish and great fitting mounting hardware.
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34 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Flyer on September 12, 2010
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The M-16/AR-15 was designed with a carrying handle. Now that optics are tough enough for the battlefield, the handle is out and optics are in. Nikon has designed a family of scopes that are tailored to the AR platform and the 55 gr. 223 round. The scope is fantastic and so is the rifle, but when I mounted the scope with regular rings, I was not able to get enough eye relief with this scope, or any other similar scope. The Nikon M-223 mount was designed to solve this problem, and it does. It moves the scope forward on the rifle enough to provide excellent eye relief. To make things even better, it has 20 MOA of elevation correction built it so that I don't run out of elevation "clicks" at longer ranges. Finally, it is solid as a rock, repeatable and great looking. I am totally satisfied and give this mount my highest recommendation.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Eddie on December 22, 2010
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This is a great product. I mounted in on my M4 to hold my M223 Nikon scope. It is rock solid and allows lots of room for scope adjustment.
Would recommend this product highly.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Barton D. Hege on September 8, 2010
I bought this mount for one of my AR's and I liked it so much I replaced the mounts on my other 2 with this one. It comes with everything you need mount your scope to your AR in an easy to open plastic package. Tryit, you'll like it! You can read more about it at [...]
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jesse Mota on February 20, 2011
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OK so this is the first scope mount i have personally purchased but i must say i have 0 complaints. the design aesthetics are awesome. the quality is the real deal. and it has held my scope tight without the need for adjustments through 3 trips to the range at about 100 rounds a trip. if you are looking for a light weight sturdy mount for any scope and have the $70+ you will not regret this one.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By SLC on September 27, 2011
I chose this mount to use with a 1.5-4.5 wide angle Weaver and it works fine. I like the one piece scope mount and will buy another one for a 3x9 or larger long distance scope. Plan is to hopefully just change scopes and be within a couple inches after the swap, shoot a couple to zero, and then be set for whatever I'm doing with the rifle that day. The rifle, a Rock River with the Wlyde cut SS barrel, is capable of sub half-inch groups at 100yds, so I like the idea of easily swapping scopes to get the most out of it.

The one issue I have with the mount is that two different size allen head wrenches are needed for adjustments: one for the rings, another for the rail mount. This is a major oversight on Nikon's part. ARs and their components should have a KISS philosophy for easy field service. Granted, once the scope is mounted under the rings, it's not likely to be changed; however, I will always have to remember a scope swap to the mount requires a second tool. Bummer, and the reason for 4 versus 5 stars.

I'll provide some insight later on how much tuning is required after I get the second scope mount and swap out scopes.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Allen Van Wey on May 10, 2011
I recently mounted a Nikon M-223 scope with this mount on my AR and really like it. It was very easy to do (I've mounted many scopes using various mounts). The other reviewers did a good job of summing up the MOA and eye relief advantages of this mount; it excels in these areas.

The two areas I would like to see Nikon improve on this great design would be to offer it in a lower height and to offer a quick detach system similar to those on Larue Tactical mounts. The QD feature (in my opinion) is the only real functional advantage over the Nikon M-223 mount, and the Larue mount costs about twice as much ($195 MSRP). If you're a tactical shooter, the Larue QD might be a must, but for target & hunting the Nikon is a great value and offers comparable quality.

Also, Nikon has a promotion right now where if you purchase a qualifying M-223 scope from a participating dealer, you get the M223 mount for free! This offer is good through 5/31/11. If you can't find a participating dealer in your area, call Archie at Buffalo Sporting Goods in Buffalo, TX. They stock all of the M-223 scope models and have great customer service.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Bunghole Brian on January 28, 2011
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Being new with the whole AR thing, I've had to learn the hard way. Quality is everything. From my own experience I've found that even the slightest movement of your scope can throw you way off target. I purchased a less expensive scope and mount the first time and I could not stay zeroed in. Very frustrating. A friend told me to purchase this mount. Glad I did too. This thing is rock solid on the gun and now I have no problem holding zero with it. I highly recommend this product.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Barry N. Gear on February 13, 2011
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Excellent mount. Well made and the three attachment screws make it rock solid on the rail. Mounted Nikon M-223 scope on my AR with it and the front offset allows easy access to the charging handle. I also really like the one piece construction.
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