Glass-etched version of the popular MAP 6 reticle, the MAP 6A red & blue illuminated reticle features aim points designed to work with your air rifle's trajectory. Hollow bars are calibrated for 3", 6", 9", 12" and 20" bracketing when set on 6x magnification at 30 yards (9" is achieved by adding the 3" and 6" hatch marks).
Hollow bars are calibrated for 3", 6", 9", 12" and 20" bracketing when set on 6x magnififcation (at 30 yards).
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Things I liked: Crisp clear view.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: Great value for the price.
Things I liked: Very clear and crisp optics. Nice fit and finish. Very solid build. Adjustments are accessible and are reasonably changeable, without too much effort.
Things I would have changed: The front parallax adjustment on the objective front lens requires a little bit more effort than I prefer. Pyramyd Air mounted this scope with the BKL rings on a RWS 350 Magnum P. After 500 rounds, the Phillips screws on the windage and elevation adjustment turrets came loose. I tightened them. Maybe Hawke can look into this.
What others should know: Read the manual first before adjusting and /or sighting in this scope. Because of the forces experienced from magnum spring air rifles, I carry a small screw driver set to the range to tighten the turret set screws occasionally. I would carry a small Phillips screw driver. I used a PH000 size screw driver. In general, I carry a small tool kit to the range. As a note, after 500 rounds, the BKL rings came loose and the scope almost slid off the 11mm dovetail on the rifle. I recommend carrying the allen wrench that comes with the BKL rings.
Things I liked: MAP6 reticle, adjustable objective. Perfect scope for a spring gun. Has all the adjustments you'll ever need.
Things I would have changed: Nothing. Scope isn't cheap, but good optics are worth every penny.
What others should know: Illuminated reticle is hard to see unless you're indoors. This scope has a MAP6 reticle, not a mil-dot reticle. I prefer the MAP6. I put this scope on an RWS 34 with a UTG Drooper mount and Hawke 1" low profile weaver rings. Worked like a charm.
What type of scope base is on your gun? What type of mount do you need? Weaver, Picatinny, 3/8″ or 11mm? Do you need 2-pc mounts or a 1-pc mount? 30mm or 1″? Scope mounts intro (Airgun Academy class)