Nikon P-308 Rifle scope Review
This day, we're going to take a look at the excellent Nikon P-308 Riflescope. This has a 1 in the main tube. There's no adjustable objective on this riflescope. The parallax is set at 100 yards which won't be a problem because this is intended for use for long-range shooters. It has a generous eye relief of almost 4 inches which is important if you are using a harder kit and cartridge with the 308. One of the nice features about this rifle scope is that, once you've made your initial adjustments to 0 on the rifle, there is a spring-loaded turret Pick this up, turn it back to 0, let it goes, and now all you have to do is dial in your adjustments from that recent zero.I'd say that spot-on software is probably the greatest accomplishment since the moon landing. Spring loaded locks in very nicely I know what you're thinking: this is not a. 308 rifle but the joke's on you because this is not even a real rifle. This is intended for use with the 308 because, as a matter of fact, the BDC 800 reticle is calibrated to be used with a 168-grain projectile, hollow-point bullets and all, at 286 feet/second. If you're using something different, you can use Nikon's software. I'd say this spot-on software is the greatest accomplishment probably since the moon landing. That program will allow you to pick your specific Nikon riflescope, your load from hundreds of commercial loadings You can pick altitude, humidity, you can find out exactly what the indications on this reticle mean for your rifle, your load, and your rifle scope. This is mounted, today, in Nikon's P-series mount. I wanted these especially because it's a 1-piece mount. There's no separate piece to clamp on. They're machined to specific tolerances. The cross bolt is flush once this is tightened. It makes a really nice package.