|Originally Posted By JesseTischauser:
Was that MGM Switchview specifically built for a Nikon scope? I have a Switchview on my Swarovski Z6i that was built for another scope but it "works" in my Z6i too kinda. I bought the Switchview that kinda works on a Burrus Tac30 too but it's exactly backwards to we're you want the lever because it was made for a different scope. The MGM Switchview levers are the best looking and are great quality. Unfortunately they don't put enough emphasis on making parts specifically for every popular 3 gun scope. I know when I spend $2200 on the best scope on the market I want everything perfect including the throw lever.
I'm not bashing MGM here. I love their targets, their service is amazing, and their Switchview is the best out there if its specifically built for your scope.
I think 3 Gun Stuff or Charlie drisselay have a throw lever that fits your Nikon perfectly.
3 Gun Stuff
Charlie Drissel Throw Levers
I have several of each of these guys levers. I personally like the Drissel ones the best due to the fit and finish. All of them are great though.
It’s made for the Mueller APT 4.5-14x but they list it as fitting the Nikon M223. It fits just not over the bump since the bump is on a slanted portion of the scope.
Is there a way to kind of loosen the the magnification adjustment tension on the scope? It’s a little slow and difficult to move from 1x-4x. It’s still smooth but really slow moving. Is that normal?