Nikon coyote scope

Muledeernv

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Hey guys I just got a 4.5x14x40 coyote scope as a gift I have it on my 22-250. Has anybody used it and have you had any problems with it. I have been having problems with it hitting same place. Have Leupold Rings and bases on rem700 everything is tight.
 

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Isn't the coyote series from Nikon the one with the circle reticle instead of cross hairs
 

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First, make sure you have a rest setup that removes human error from the equation.

Do you have a scope of known reliability? If so, mount the scope you know is good. If you still experience zero problems, you are likely having a problem with either the mount system or bedding.

If it is only happening with the Nikon, it is defective, and needs to go back to Nikon.
 
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Yes I had a Burris on the rifle before and could constantly hit clays at 200 and 300 so it's not the gun or me. I thought that it was the scope but wanted someone else's opinion on it. O am going back to the range today to check it again shooting of of a varmiter rest. Thanks for the responses guys. I will you know what happens.
 

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I sold mine after one season.good glass bit I just couldnt get used to the circles.had a tuff time with point of impact consistency.
 
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Hey guys shot at the range today after I checked everything still shooing all over the place so I think it goes back to Nikon. Sorry for the delay in getting back to this had lotsof wind.
 
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