Date: 26/9/2020 6:29

Customers Q&A on Hawke Sport Optics 6-24x50 AO Airmax 30 SF Rifle Scope, Ill. AMX Etched Glass Mil-Dot Reticle, 1/4 MOA, 30mm Tube

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  • jeff from USA asked:

    is this first focal plane?

    • Mark from USA:

      The scope is second focal plane.

  • John from Switzerland asked:

    hey guys im from swiss and i Really like the Prices here, what i dont like is the Inch/Yard system do you got those scopes in the metric system too ?

    • J from USA:

      It is a true mil dot at 10x, so 10cm per dot @ 100 meters, the click value is 6.35 mm per click at 91.44 meters. Shooting guns involves math no matter what side of the pond you are on.

  • Wm. from USA asked:

    How well do these scopes range find?

    • J from USA:

      If you are talking about paralla× range finding.. this scope is crystal clear a real pleasure to use. But rangeing with paralla× on this scope can be difficult because the adjustment and side wheel are missing markings in the sweet spot between 50yd and 100yd

    • Tyler from USA:

      At 24x, they're okay. Depends on how accurate you want to be in your estimations

  • Patrick from USA asked:

    Can i use low mounts on the fx wildcat to keep the scope heightdown?

    • Mike from USA:

      I tried low mounts but couldnt get my eye low enough to view target. Switched out to high mounts and could sight perfectly.

  • Bruce from USA asked:

    In the description it says this reticle is "based on the 10x half mil-dot spacing". Does this mean 1 dot = 1 dot when it's on 10 power? And if so, how does that affect hold overs when at 20x mag?

    • Robert from USA:

      At 10x each half is a full dot. At 20x, each dot is a full dot.

  • Edwin from USA asked:

    where is the scope made?

    • Stanley from USA:

      Made in China.