Nikon P-223 3x32 Matte BDC Carbine
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- Generous, Consistent Eye Relief-Keeps your brow safe - even with the heaviest recoiling cartridges, lightweight rifles, and severe shooting angles.
- BDC Carbine Reticle-Developed specifically for the trajectory of the .223 Rem /5.56 NATO round with 55-grain polymer tip bullet, the new BDC Carbine reticle provides a 200 yard crosshair with ''hash marks'' at 400 yards and 600 yards.
- Fully Multicoated Optical System-Provides up to 98-Percent light transmission and maximum brightness from dawn to dusk.
- Precise, 1/4-MOA Hand-turn Tactical-Style, Zero-Reset Turrets-Positive click reticle adjustments get you zeroed in quicker and maintain your setting - even withrepeated recoil.
- Waterproof/Fogproof-Nitrogen filled and O-ring sealed
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Turrets are solidly built, and give a good solid "click" when adjustments are made. I had concerns about their size, and being exposed, but neither proved to be an issue.
Once zeroed in, the scope has maintained zero over several hundred rounds and being bounced around in the truck.
The BDC markings are great, and the combination of the scope and iPhone app have proven to deliver accurate results. Though it's only a 3x scope, I've been able to consistently hit a steel target (1.5' square) at 450 yards, using the BDC reticle, with no issues at all (aside from the need for a spotting scope and hearing to determine if I'm hitting).
The viewfinder is generous, with plenty of relief.Read more ›
Mostly came here to try and save anyone else the endless searching I did for scope covers/caps, saw many people post many different sizes/recommendations for covers for this scope.
If you choose to go with Butler Creek Flip-Open Scope Covers, you will need a size # 14 Eyepiece (with the red opener), and a size # 17 Objective, those will fit perfectly on this scope, FYI.
Enter the Nikon P-223. I was VERY pleased with it right out of the box. It was bigger than I anticipated which put me off a bit due to it's consumption of valuable rail space, but those doubts were soon forgotten when I put it up to my eye. I could see things MUCH better than I could with that 4x NcStar scope. Excellent Light transmission, and no distortion near the edges. The field of view was also bigger, making life a LOT easier on me. Unfortunately though, you have to buy the rings separate, and the scope takes up the entire rail on my AR, making my BUIS useless. I'll have to buy something to mount on the scope itself in the event I lose my optics, or take the time to remove the scope. I just wish it came with a quick detach mounting system. They are billing this as their tactical model... I guess I'll have to buy that separate.
Excellent quality for the price
Great light transmission and clarity
No distortion near the edges
Great field of view
Slightly on the large side. About 2/3s of a hunting scope
No quick release mounting system...or any mounting system that comes with it for that matter
Would definitely recommend.
I had seen some good reviews on the Nikon p-223 but didn't know much about them. My local academy store was selling them for $129 so I took a chance and couldn't be happier. First thing i noticed was the clarity..you WILL see a difference when you look through this scope compared to the cheaper stuff and Id say its actually well above average for its own price range. You have sort of a "wow thats really clear" moment when you look through it. After getting the rounds on paper at 25 yards I zeroed it at 50 and hit bullseye after bullseye. I noticed that it was extremely easy to aim with both eyes open using this scope at 50 yards or closer which is something I've always found difficult to do and makes for very quick target acquisition. Next I placed 2 clay targets on a stand and put up a fresh paper target and moved out to 200 yards. I fired at the first clay target and nothing happened...fired at the second one and again, nothing..I took a 3rd shot at the paper to see where I was hitting and went to check it out. To my surprise both clay targets had a hole in the middle and I managed to hit the paper about about an inch to the right of the bullseye. I know this is more about the rifle and the shooter but this scope obviously does what it was advertised to do and that's about as good as I would have been able to shoot with any 3x optic at any price.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wow, what a nice scope. I had originally purchased a Vokul scope for my SR-556. What a waste of time. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Cheryl
Not my first Nikon and won't be my last.
This is the least expensive one I've ever purchased, however it's exactly what I wanted.
Best scope hands down for value. Nikon glass so plenty of light, a BDC marked reticle, and can even use two eyes now! Read morePublished 17 days ago by Amazon Customer
My old eyes don't get along very well with iron sights. This compact 3 power fixed Nikon is just the ticket out to 150 yards the maximum distance at my club. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Sailorman
The quality of the optics is outstanding. I look through my old Leopold 4 power and then look through this scope and there is a world of difference. Read morePublished 28 days ago by C. Fesler
I feel so far I have made a good purchase. The look fits the AR - 15. Like a glove.Published 1 month ago by John C.
This is the scope to get if you have an AR-15 (i.e. M&P15 Sport or Sport II in 223/556). One should be able to shoot 200 yards using this scope (300 yards might be possible). Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tull1
Fits great on my AR. Looks good. Nikon scope have always been good to me.Published 1 month ago by Chris McCurry