Nikon Mount ‘Em Up Promotion

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posted on February 26, 2014
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Nikon’s Mount ‘Em Up promotion is returning for its fourth consecutive year, offering consumers the opportunity to receive one of Nikon’s AR-specific scope mounts free with the purchase of select models of the M-223, P-233 and P-300 BLK AR riflescopes from Feb. 25 through March 31, 2014.

"Year after year the Mount 'Em Up promotion continues to be a favorite among our customers," said Nikon General Manager Jon Allen. "We wanted to bring it back for those who may have missed out in the past or for those who just want to take advantage of such a great offer."

The Mount 'Em Up promotion includes one free M-223 XR mount (a $99.95 value) with the following models of riflescopes:

Product # Model

16300 1-4x20 M-223 Point Blank

16301 1-4x20 M-223 BDC 600

16302 2-8x32 M-223 Nikoplex

16303 2-8x32 M-223 BDC 600

16304 3-12x42 M-223 Nikoplex

16305 3-12x42 M-223 BDC 6000

P-Series Mounts (a $49.95 value) are included for free in the Mount 'Em Up promotion with purchase of the following models of riflescopes:

Product # Model

8496 3x32 P-223 BDC Carbine

8497 3-9x40 P-223 BDC 600

6797 2-7x32 P-300 BLK BDC Supersub

Like all Nikon riflescopes, every model featured in the Mount 'Em Up promotion is optimized for use with Spot On Ballistic Match Technology, which provides users with exact aiming points on the BDC reticle for any load or ammunition at a specified range. Spot On is free online, but can also be purchased for mobile devices, including the iPhone, iPad and Android platforms.

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