Whether you hunt, shoot field targets or plink for fun, this Hawke 4-12x50 AO riflescope is a perfect addition to your gun. This feature rich optic with its ultra-comfortable price brings you closer to your target while delivering high quality value.
It's no secret that etched glass reticles are superior to wire because of their ability to provide a more precise shot. With etched glass, the illumination function shows only on the reticle where it appears to be floating. Wire reticles can reflect the illumination in the objective lens and be a distraction.
The illumination feature adds another dimension of accuracy. This scope offers 5 brightness levels of illumination in both red and green for high or low lighting situations, or it can be turned off for a solid black reticle.
The Mil-Dot reticle features multiple aiming points for hold-over and hold-under and with 4 Mil Dots in each direction, the precise mil spacing of this etched glass reticle gets you on target quickly.
Please note: If you plan to mount your Hawke Sport Optics riflescope on a spring powered airgun, please choose a scope that features a 30mm tube chassis.Â
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Things I liked: Great Scope for the money. Nice and clear optics. I like the adjustment without a screwdriver or coin.
Things I would have changed: Etched glass reticles a little thin for my eyes.
What others should know: Perfect partner for the Benjamin Marauder. I used the BKL 1" Rings that worked perfect.
Things I liked: The best one I ever used.
Things I would have changed: None .
Things I liked: This scope is "Top Notch" for any air gun. The view is crystal clear and the light it brings in is exceptional. The Turret adjustments are very accurate and gives you a nice tight click when you turn the dials.The light up reticles stop 1/2 of the way to the outer edge, which cuts out any glare that saturates around the outer edges which for me is annoying. If you like accuracy and quality , mount this scope on your favorite rifle!
Things I would have changed: I havent found anything to change or complain about.
What others should know: If you decide on this model make sure you purchace rings that are set extra high.
where is this scope made?
what rings would you suggest for a .22 Armada.
probably the high rings since this is a 50mm objective
What does the reticle look like? How many mil-dots going down? Rich B.
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)