Ken Gram: that's not to bad for a hundred yards, I thought it would be a little
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
Mando Morlos: nice
DIRTMANPROJECT: Great review. Finally someone that showed me the damn turrets. Thank you.
farriderofdeath: I noticed the first shots were flyers but the rifle settled in 2nd shot. I
would suggest cycle the bolt couple of times before loading a loaded
magazine into the rifle to see if that will eliminate the flyers. My 2
cents. Very good review on a very nice rifle and scope. Subbed & liked.
AmendmentNo2: Yes, it can be removed. I prefer to keep it for back up sights.
AmendmentNo2: According to the manual, it is 1/4" for each click @ 50 yards. I'l take it
out to 50 & 100 yards - I just wasn't able to because I was trying to get
at least something done before the real rain started. I'm sure it will hold
its own at 100 yards. Thanks for watching!
Jason Worley: Where did you get those rings?
khmernattie: Are you in jax fl? Cause that range looks like gateway rifle and pistol
club on no road
revistadearmas: Nice review
schmick125: excellent video! I have been looking for a optic for my 10/22 takedown also
and you just made my decision a whole lot easier. I will be calling my
local bass pro today to see if one is in stock. Keep up the great videos!
AmendmentNo2: Got them from my local gun store, they are: Weaver Lever Lok Quick Release
1" High Rings
karebru: One click is 1/4" adjustment at 50 yards on this scope.
jetman1979: Nice vid I have the same setup bought the scope today. Googled the scope
and saw. Your vid sure enough I had the medium mount and it does not work .
Went back and got the taller one now good to go. Only thing is the charge
handle is pretty close to the windage knob I will get used ro it. Another
thing is i hope i have my line on the reticle vertical i just eye balled it.
AmendmentNo2: The cheek weld feels very natural, even with the high rings. Just did some
steel plate shooting and the scope makes it just too easy. Thanks for
ruswhite1: Just bought a 10/22 takedown and I am looking for a scope (a descebt
scope). The Nikon P22 looks pretty nice and as for fitting it in the bag,
it looks like the scope could be move moved towards the rear in the rings
and that the rings could be moved farther back on the 10/22. Had you tried
MavHunter20XX: Isn't 1 Moa around 1" at 100yrds so 1/4 moa would be 1/4 inch at 100? Also,
I think you can get a better demonstration of accuracy at 50 or even
100yrds. As long as the wind is still enough I think you should have no
problem geting 1" out of your rifle. The trigger just sucks.
vpsaline: The rear sight isn't removable?
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.
Yuppynuts .: Nice intro!
AmendmentNo2: Thanks for the input, I will do that when I redo this with the new Timney
trigger at 100 yards. And thanks for watching!
AmendmentNo2: Yes, it can be moved back, but I positioned it for best eye relief for my
use. Thanks for watching!
marctipp: I just oredered the Ruger Takedown and then I went to opticsplanet to buy
the same exact scope...didn't know i'd find a video with the same set up.
Great vid my man now i know what to expect.
AmendmentNo2: I used Weaver High rings (#49326). You can use the medium rings if you are
willing to remove the rear flip-up sight from the barrel. If you use the
medium rings and leave the rear sight on, then you will not be able to
twist the barrel to take down the rifle. Thanks for watching!
AmendmentNo2: Thanks, it was fun making it!
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
AmendmentNo2: Thanks for watching!
The94GTC: 1/4 min is about 1/4" at 100yds not 50 yds.
AmendmentNo2: Yes sir. I see you have shot there yourself...
AmendmentNo2: Nice setup. Congrats & enjoy your purchase! Thanks for watching.
1AbominAble1: Great intro, outstanding vid. I've been flip flopping between the different
Nikon 22 models and just couldn't decide, then I find this great vid using
the scope on the very rifle I'm going to put it on. How's the cheek weld
with the high rings? Thank you very much for your time.
SuperSig123: nice vido
tamir dorjpalam: p-22 how to hold zero? i have problem my ruger charger scope
Nikon P-22 2-7x32 Riflescope on a Ruger 10-22 Review4.8
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