How To Install A P 223 Scope
P223 scope mounts are made from a heavy duty plastic and are designed to hold any variety of high quality military-style scope units. The durable components of the P 223 series will keep your equipment running for years to come. This is one of the best ways to protect your family, as well as your self-defense weapon.
The first step in maintaining your P 223 scope is to adjust it for proper viewing distance, which can be done by raising or lowering the reticle in either the crosshairs or target area. Once you have the reticle at the proper setting, you will then need to check the elevation of the whole thing. The rule of thumb is that the elevation of a target, when taken at a distance of 600 yards, should be between zero and one hundred twenty five feet.
The other important feature of the P 223 scope mount is that it must have a one-inch tube. This one-inch tube is much shorter than the typical three-inch tubes found on most hunting scopes, including those made by Sig Sauer. Because shorter tubes allow you to mount more accessories to the rifle, this makes it possible to attach an entire binoculars case, a laser pointer, hopper, extra ammunition, cleaning equipment, etc. to the rifle with only one mount.
The scope needs to be compatible with the gun that you intend to use it on, as well as the manufacturer of the rifle. This means that all of the screws on the mount need to be drilled directly into the rifle's receiver. You must use a special screwdriver to do this, and the threading on the screw may have to be altered slightly as well. If this is not done correctly, your new p223 scope mounts will not work properly and you will either have to drill the screws again, or replace the whole mount. If you are having problems with the screws being difficult to turn, you can try running the screws through a socket wrench first.
The third type of mount is the side focus system. Some people prefer this type of mount because it allows for the user to change the elevation at the touch of one button. Unfortunately, this also limits where you can put the sight on the rifle. The reason is that the elevation adjustment on some m 223 models is limited to just the distance between the front sight and the rear sight, which is about two-thirds of the way across the whole barrel. Because of this limitation, using this type of sight is not recommended for hunters that often move their guns around while hunting.
Another feature that is found on all m 223 family built on a 1-inch tube is that the reticle can be replaced. When reticles are replaced, it's usually because the original has grown blunt or even broken. Reticles on the m 223 family can also be replaced because the original has been damaged or broken. Sometimes, you can't tell that the sight has been broken until the riser tube pops out.
There are a number of other scope mounting systems available on the market. One of these is a bull mount, which is a simple attachment used for general hunting. Other types of mounts include pistol brackets, bull bars, and fixed mounts. The fixed mounts are typically used for the larger variations of p 223 rifles in competition. Bull bars are used more for target shooting, but they do have the advantage of allowing the hunter to shoot from any direction, as long as it is against the bore of the rifle being used.
Installing a scope on your gun is fairly easy. All three of the above methods work by tightening the nut that attaches the mounting rings to the rifle, and then installing a reticle that matches the scope on your particular model of gun. Before you do this, however, be sure that your local firearms regulations allow a fixed power reticle.