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Hawke 4-16x44 Airmax 30 SF Compact Riflescope, Ill. AMX IR, 1/10 MRAD, 30mm

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Hawke 4-16x44 Airmax

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Hawke Airmax 30 Side Focus Compact 4-16x44 IR Scope 

 

  • Wide Angle optical system ideal for varmint/airgun
  • Lightweight and compact construction – short eye relief
  • 16 layer fully multi-coated optics for exceptional clarity
  • Side focus control for parallax adjustment to infinity
  • 30mm mono-tube chassis for superior strength
  • Glass etched, red-illuminated AMX reticle
  • 6 levels of brightness with off positions in-between
  • 1⁄10 MRAD capped, resettable target turrets
  • Fast focus eyebell and high torque zoom ring
  • Side-focus parallax correction - 10 yds-infinity
  • Field of view: 32.8-8.2 ft. @ 100 yds.
  • Eye relief: 3”
  • Length: 11.7”
  • Weight: 21.9 oz.
  • Waterproof, shockproof, nitrogen purged
  • All-caliber rated
  • Includes: lens cloth, lens covers, 3” sidewheel, CR2032 battery
     


Built specifically with airgunners in mind, the Hawke Airmax 30 SF Compact 4-16x44 AMX IR is equipped to handle the ballistic traits unique to air-propelled projectiles. Be it a heavy, lead pellet; alloy ammo - even air bolts - Hawke’s Airmax riflescope series is a product of the same rigorous engineering and manufacturing standards that characterize the Hawke Sport Optics brand. 

This riflescope’s AMX IR glass etched reticle is based on common 10x Mil-Dot spacing and offers multiple aim points. This is especially useful when shooting airguns with parabolic trajectories. Half Mil-Dot spacing on the lower post provides more aim points for long shots.The horizontal bars are calculated at 0.5, 1.5, 2.5, 3.5 and 4.5 mil spacing. Hollow posts are segmented into mil spacing and may be used for bracketing.

If you’re in the market for a high-quality, reliable and versatile optic for your air rifle, Hawke’s Airmax line of riflescopes provide some ideal options. 


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Item Code: HAWKE-13210 [PY-A-8968]

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By Thomas from USA on 2020-07-20
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Things I liked: Looks good, airmax crosshair is great ( IMHO), focus was easy, and the large wheel for the parallax was included.

Things I would have changed: Lighted crosshair--so far I have never needed one and I have been shooting since 1950. Make it an option.

What others should know: Mounted this on a TX200, will make comment if any problems arise. Windage and elevation adjustments are in Mils. Each click is 1/10th of a Mil. or 1/36 in. Anyone used to 1/4 in. clicks will have fun getting used to that. On my TX sighted at 50 yds. trying to hit a 3/8 inch bull, one click left is too much and one click right is also too much. Not a deal breaker but just a bit funkey.

 

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By Keith from USA on 2020-03-01
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Things I liked: Really like this scope, I mounted it on an Air Arms 400S. Because of the way the scope fits it has to be a little more forward then I,d prefer but it has enough eye relief to compensate. I shoot it in my indoor range and outside for hunting so the 1/2 minute cross hairs along with the Streeloc program take all the effort out of range estimation.

Things I would have changed: I wish Hawke would include their metal swing-away lens caps with all their scopes. Even if it meant uping the price. It would save the extra time and effort ordering them seperately

 

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By James from USA on 2019-06-28
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Things I liked: Decent scope for the money, but the turrets feel and look very cheap. When placed side-by-side with the similarly-priced Athlon Optics 4-14x44 Talos BTR, the Athlon scope is superior in every way. The Hawke feels like a toy, but the Athlon feels like a solid piece of shooting equipment.

Things I would have changed: The turrets feel and look very cheap

What others should know: Forget this scope, go with Athlon Optics 4-14x44 Talos BTR, you won't regret it. Hands down, the Athlon is a better scope.

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  • 5177/Juan Ramón from USA asked:

    With a 44mm objective, is it enough height with medium rings (on a Benjamin Trail NP2), or will I need high rings?

    • 5177/Juan Ramón from USA asked:

      Is this Ok to use with High Power NP airguns like the Benjamin Trail NP2?

      • Larry from USA asked:

        I'm concerned about the 3" eye relief. Will I need offset scope rings on an FX Wildcat .22?

        • Mark from USA:

          Eye relief is usually not an issue. The most common problem is getting the scope high enough for a comfortable shooting position. If you feel you need offset rings,use them.

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