EOTech 512

February 17, 2013 in Scopes


EO Tech 512

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EOTech 512 Review

The eotech 512 offers amazing quality and durability that any person would want.  Holographic weapons sights should be highly considered by any gun owner.  They offer extremely fast target acquisition, and sights like the eotech 512 sight are very accurate to boot.  Coupled with a weapon light, could prove to be a dangerous combination for night time hunting.

These holographic sights have been used by fighter pilots, military and police units for years and have been very effective.  They are tough even in the roughest conditions.

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How to Install and Sight In a Scope

May 30, 2012 in Scopes

Mounting a Scope

Scope mounting is a relatively mild task.  A quick summary of steps goes like this, first you need to zero your scope, second would be to mount your base, third is mounting your rings, fourth you should set your scope in rings and ascertain everything is aligned correctly, and in closing you should bore sight your gun.  Now that is a very brief summary of the steps you should take, ensuing are detailed instructions, where I carefully explain each one of these steps. Read the rest of this entry →

Scope Cross-hairs

May 23, 2012 in Scopes

Cross-hair Scope Reticles

In this post I am focusing strictly on reticles that are striclty crosshair.  As you can see in the picture there are many of them.  I am going to give an overview of each type so that you can get a better idea of which one may be right for you.

Fine Cross-hair Scope

First off let’s look at the fine crosshair scope.  This type is a very simple design and uses fine wires for maximum precision and aiming.  It is ideal for target shooting and varmint hunting during daylight Read the rest of this entry →

Types of Scopes for your Guns

April 21, 2012 in Scopes

Types of Scopes for your Guns

To keep this post simple I will just describe a couple different types of scopes very broadly, but with enough detail you will know what the basic ideas of these scopes are. You can find links to each of these and in those links I will get a lot more detailed and involved in each different type of scope.

Just to clear some rumors, so everyone knows just because you put a scope on your gun doesn’t mean that your bullet will hit in the exact same place every single time. There are limits to ammunition, shooter, etc. It is impossible to put every single bullet into the exact same hole. There are just to many variables. However a scope will help you to provide a much more accurate shot and get a lot closer to that goal. Let’s face it, that is what everyone wants to do. Read the rest of this entry →

Nikon M223 Review

April 9, 2012 in Scopes


A new line of scopes developed to optimize the performance of the .223/5.56-caliber round in AR-type platforms. Ultra ClearCoat optical systems deliver superior image clarity with light transmission up to 95%. Eye Box Technology results in 4″ of…

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Nikon M-223

 

The Nikon m223 scope is among one of the increasingly popular specialized scopes.  It has been designed specifically for
the AR-15 platform, and provides shooters with not only long range accuracy but very fast target-acquisition, and also an option for short to medium range tactical situations.  It has been designed with 3 different reticles to help accomplish this.

These types of scopes are designed for use with .223 round with 55 gr. polymertipped bullet at 3240 fps.  Now if you buy the Nikon M223, this is not the only round you can ever use with it, but it is the round that is ballistically-matched to the scopes for accuracy out to 600 yards with no other calculations.  Nikon does offer a program on their website and also apps for i-phone/i-pad and android apps, that will do all calculations for you.  I won’t go into all the details in this post but here is the link for their Spot On program. Read the rest of this entry →