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Hawke Sport Optics Reflex Sight, 4 MOA Red Dot, Weaver Mount

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Hawke Sport Optics 1x30 red dot reflex sight

  • 1x magnification
  • 30mm objective lens
  • 4 MOA red dot
  • 11 brightness settings
  • Fixed focus
  • Aluminum construction
  • Matte black finish
  • 6.2 oz.
  • Length 3.7"
  • Includes a CR2032 battery, lens cloth, hex tool, owner's manual


Other features:

  • Waterproof
  • Shockproof
  • 25-layer multi-coated optics


Choose the Hawke Sport Optics closed reflex red dot sight for fixed focus use on pistols, ARs and hunting rifles.



Item Code: Hawke-12122 [PY-A-7368]

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By Dennis from USA on 2018-08-07
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Things I liked: Everything, quick mount and just a click or two and hole on hole spot on at ten meters

Things I would have changed: Lens covers

What others should know: Mounted it on my 715 Dan Wesson looks and works great, going to get another one soon.

 

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  • James from USA asked:

    what is moa

    • Tyler from USA:

      MOA stands for minute of angle, it is a measurement unit often used with optics and shooting. Basically, 1 MOA = 1 inch at 100 yards. So at 50 yards, 1 MOA is .5". If someone says, "my gun shoots under 2 MOA at 100 yards." They are saying the gun shoots under 2" groups at 100 yards. Hopefully that makes sense. If not, check out Youtube, there are a ton of videos explaining MOA at a very in depth level.

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