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.
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
mopar92: nice chin weld on the scope... hahah...
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!
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
Kevin Francone: Always put it on safety and sweep your camera man. hahaha
kellyluckau: I respect the fact that u mentioned about putting it on Safty every time
you put the gun down, like the vid
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.
deck328: @2:02. I'm not being rude, you pointed the muzzle of your rifle at him.
Safety or not, you never "muzzle" anyone. Always pretend your rifle has a
laser beam pointing out of the muzzle and the laser should never touch a
Andrew Paquette: Dont listen to these fools. Good vid man.
Jemis42: thanks for the video, i just bought this scope and was hoping i will be
happy with it. i changed it down from a p223 3-9x40 i hope i made the right
choice. i wanted a scope that i could hit targets 400yards, but yet a scope
for close range as well.
justinncherish: @jamandtheholograms & @Edarahk this is why peaple like you shouldn't own a
supertampon5: Scope needs to be higher
kevin barnes: Wish I could shoot in the back yard, I just got the 1x4 . Is the scope you
have fixed magnification?
treborterb: I know it can be annoying to have someone criticize you for being unsafe
with your rifle but when you stood up with your rifle and actually pointed
it at your house and then said "now I gonna put the safe on" ... the bullet
will have no trouble passing through the walls of that house and possibly
killing someone you care about..
evilmonkey003: You sight is supposed to be sighted in at 200 yards and the first dot under
is for 400, and the second is for 600 yards. Just letting you know.
Mike Regan: Nice! I just picked mine up today and can't wait to dial it in. The camera
was on a table or something so he NEVER pointed the rifle at anyone. You
can see him grab the phone.
Edarahk: Do yourself a favor and shoot that propane tank at point blank range.
justinncherish: @deck328 ok ok ok ok sorry for pointing at my camera man. He almost got
killed by that mean Ol ar-15!
justinncherish: @Max Berger sorry I'm not a pro.
Peyton Cole: Everything is ok just shooting a little high
wesjanz: Scope bite on an AR? Yeah right...good video man
justinncherish: Yes I think we made the right choice. I wanted the same and it works
exactly like I want. Now take it that 400 yards is a long distance And
hopefully it's a big target. I haven't went past 100 yards yet but I'm
hitting center almost every time. Thanks for the comment
Dillon Arway: awesome video
justinncherish: The rings came with it free, plus is may block iron sights
justinncherish: where do you see me pointing at him? It was always on safety till it was
intended to fire
JamandTheHolograms: Have you ever shot a man with your rifle and watched him squeeeel like a
bigbad10mm: What language do you speak?
Richard Baker: How come you didnt get some low profile rings to help drop down the height?
kipandjill1: good thing your not a home builder 2" are you kidding me I saw 1" and I
wasnt standing there.
justinncherish: thanks! wont wear that hat again after they crapped on me when i quit
Ryan Lockwood: Is that scope high enough holy crap
Chris Hlentzas: Did it require alot of zeroing in due to the fact that u have it mounted so
high on carry handle? I have a fixed front sight on my ar and figured i
would use a 1/2 in picatinny riser along with the mounts.
justinncherish: yes, its nice to have a backyard to do some stuff. no, yes its a fixed
magnification. but it has the crosshairs built in to justify up to 300 yds.
witch is max you want to shoot the ar
mistergreene2: "always put it on safety" (points loaded rifle at camera guy)
justinncherish: All stickers are removable, I just like to leave it on. Thanks though
Mike Regan: I stand corrected his buddy was holding the camera but the rifle was on
justinncherish: @JamandTheHolograms no I'm not an insane asshole
Billy Cantrell: Getting my Armalite AR with a P223 Nikon tomorrow. Thnx for the video.
Jordan Depirro: not for that low of a power scope. That scope is only meant for 50-150
yards. Yeah you can probably use it for 200 but certainly wouldnt have it
set for that distance. And 400-600 yards...... only if the target is the
size of a billboard.
Max Berger: You really need to either build up a check rest or get a new collapsible
stock. since that scope is mounted on top of the carrying handle you have a
very bad cheek weld, you are straining your neck to see through the scope.
Firearm channel: Thanks for making this vid I just bought this scope and this video was
Peyton Cole: I got same scope on a mini I had it sighted in with it round 15 on top and
15 on side I put a bore laser on it today and it completely unsighted it
but can't get it quite how I had it
Golf Guru: Thanks man. Nice target.. Looks like a good piece of property
justinncherish: @Peyton Cole my friend has a mini and had the same problem . He sent his in
an they had to replace the bolt and something to do with the barrel. Didn't
make since but it s fixed
Jim Lillie: I am interested in the mount you have that attatches to the handle and then
the scope mounts attach to it. Who makes that and where can I get one?