Nikon AR Scope Mounts

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posted on March 19, 2012
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A scope’s mounting system is as important as the scope itself; especially with AR-type rifles. It’s important to match mounts to the optic and rifle. Nikon has a full range of scope mounts specifically designed for Nikon’s AR scopes that ensure proper height and eye relief on AR rifles.

P-Series
This two-piece design allows proper mounting height and proper positioning for ideal shooting technique and comfortable eye relief. It also provides easy access to the charging handle. The P-Series mounts are work with standard size scopes and are also reversible for ultra compact scopes. MSRP is $49.95.

M-223 Mount
This one-piece mount was developed specifically for the Nikon M-223 riflescope series. Strong, one-piece construction with multiple crossbolts fits Picatinny rails securely and makes your scope one with your AR. MSRP is $79.95.

M-223 XR Mount
An extreme range variation of the standard M-223 mount, the M-223 XR features a built-in 20 MOA slope, which provides extreme long-range capability to your AR and optic combination. In essence, it adds 20 minutes of angle to the elevation adjustment of your riflescope—a natural choice for the new Nikon M-223 4-16x42 optic. MSRP is $99.95.

For more information about Nikon optics or mounts, go to Nikonhunting.com.

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