Nikon P-223 Sighting In Ar-15




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Matthew Whitaker: At the 500 I can consistently hit a man sized target with an m4. You can definitely go further than 300 which the scope is built for. It's not supposed to be a 100 yard zero.

Manuel Bou (MiragePro): way to flag the hell out of the camera guy, id knock you the hell out.

Todd Myers: The main issue for me is having your shooting area right next to your house and not to far off to the right is the propane tank for the house.  Seriously people, can we not have some common sense.  The what if's are stacked against you here.  What if someone comes around the corner of the house etc...

Orlando Montes: You have the ugliest AR I've ever seen. Who puts a scope on a carry handle? Why do you have that air soft butt stock on your rifle? What's up with the ugly ass flashlight on the bottom? You fail hill billy

DANIEL BAILEY: You can shoot way past 300 yards with an AR. 

Randall Moore: Nice shooting Justin, I love to ground hog hunt with my colt SPORTER lightweight.223, How clear would the hog be at say 400 yards? 

75ShadowShooter: Fixed carry handle + scope...not ideal

Tyler Durden: Laughed at the safety bit in the beginning. You might have shown how to return to zero once you have made adjustments. I think you lift the turrets and turn until the 0 is on the hash mark and then let it down for that scope.

kevin lo: What peep sight is that? I bought one and it sucks ass with the scope mounted. I really would appreciate if you would tell me. Thanks! 

Brad Perkovich: No no no.. if the bullet hits to the right of the aiming point, turn the windage adjustment turret clockwise, in the direction of the arrow marked "L" for left. If the bullet hits to the let of the aiming point, turn the windage adjustment turret counter-clockwise in the direction marked "R" for right. This info is printed in English in the instruction manual that came with the scope. 

james jones: It may be 100 feet not yards when you walked to the target you only stepped around 30 some steps about 100 feet I know that you can sight a lot o guns in at 25 yards and they will be on at 100 yards this is pistol range

mopar92: nice chin weld on the scope... hahah... 

josephmars20: 2 comments says he respects this guy for gun safety but clearly at 2:01 he points his gun at camera man. Really safe if ya ask me.  

justinncherish: No this scope only has 100yrd increments. There is no zoom so there is no way to see 600 yards threw a 39mm scope 

kellyluckau: I respect the fact that u mentioned about putting it on Safty every time you put the gun down, like the vid

Kevin Francone: Always put it on safety and sweep your camera man. hahaha

justinncherish: The rings came with it free, plus is may block iron sights

Richard Baker: How come you didnt get some low profile rings to help drop down the height?

supertampon5: Scope needs to be higher

bigbad10mm: What language do you speak?
Rating:
Nikon p-223 sighting in ar-15 5 out of 5

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