New Nikon Scopes for ARs

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posted on January 17, 2012
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Nikon's new M-308 riflescope is available with reticles balistically matched to 168-grain .308 Win. loads. It boasts target turrets and the company's top-of-the-line riflescope glass to make a great package for fans of 7.62 NATO ARs.

In addition, Nikon introduced a new P-223 series, which includes a fixed-power, ultra-compact scope and other models akin to the M-223, but at a lower price.

What's more, the scopes and their associated data are available on Nikon's Spot-On app for smartphones.

Here, Nikon's Jon LaCorte explains some of the features of these sweet new riflescopes:

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