Nikon P-22 2-7x32 Riflescope On A Ruger 10-22 Review

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Mike Mc: Absolutely the gayest intro I've ever seen on YouTube, thumbs down done watching just for that!!!

Mr. Papalaka: What quick release mounts are you using on that setup?

calangel: I'm debating this or the Bushnell 2-7x32 rimfire. Nikon has good reputation and software to help with BDC for different loads, but the Bushnell has parallax adjustment.

Maxime Auger: Hi, did you use the regular rail to attachthe scope or did you get another one? also what ring did you get for the scope
Thanks for your answer

Andrew Vandergrift: Good Shooting Man Great Grouping!

GV889: Just curious, does your 10/22 have the standard factory trigger or was it replaced or modified?

Ken Gram: that's not to bad for a hundred yards, I thought it would be a little tighter.

Mando Morlos: nice

afleetcommand: This was a very effective presentation. Got what I was looking for relative to information. Thank you for building this video.

wildmanjeff42: I was really disappointed by not being able to use my DNZ mount with leupold 3-9 rifleman scope on my 10/22 takedown for same reason with the rear sight.  I decided to use the takedown with iron sights and bought another 10/22 stainless/synthetic rifle for use with volquartsen trigger, dnz low mount, and leupold scope.
thanks for the video

DIRTMANPROJECT: Great review. Finally someone that showed me the damn turrets. Thank you.

AmendmentNo2: Yes sir. I see you have shot there yourself...

Mister_Nattie: Are you in jax fl? Cause that range looks like gateway rifle and pistol club on no road

AmendmentNo2: That's not a simple question to answer because it depends on the range you are shooting at, the type of ammo used and if you're shooting at an extended range, then weather conditions will come into play. You have to be more specific about your use. Thanks for watching.

tamir dorjpalam: p-22 how to hold zero? i have problem my ruger charger scope

AmendmentNo2: Yes, it can be moved back, but I positioned it for best eye relief for my use. Thanks for watching!

karebru: One click is 1/4" adjustment at 50 yards on this scope.

AmendmentNo2: I haven't had problems with the charging handle interfering with the knob, but then again, I don't typically adjust it. I have found that the BDC reticle is pretty darn useful, If you really want to get good use out of it, you can download their smartphone app: Nikon Spot On. Thanks for watching!

The94GTC: 1/4 min is about 1/4" at 100yds not 50 yds.

AmendmentNo2: Thanks for watching!

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Nikon P-22 2-7x32 Riflescope on a Ruger 10-22 Review 5 out of 5

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