Hawke Sport HD 3-9x40 AO Rifle Scope
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The HD - (High Definition) optical coatings reduce reflection both internally and externally and therefore increase the amount of light that reaches the eye, improving target brightness and clarity.
The Hawke MAP. ( Multiple Aim Point ) reticle has been designed by Nick Jenkinson (ex world FT Champion). Fitted in the well proven Sport HD range, it brings high levels of accuracy at a budget price.
Added to the package for this new range are finger adjustable turrets and crisp clear HD optics. The MAP reticle system can be easily calibrated to either a .177 or .22 air rifle operating at approx 11:5 Lbs Ft. Muzzle velocity. (Just below the legal limit)
No more guesswork!! The MAP reticle system is easier to use than previous 30/30 or Mil dot reticles, the aiming points are precise at 6X magnification and the simple to use instructions are included in the box with each scope.
Hawke Optics Sport HD Rifle Scope Features
- Spring gun rated
- 1/4" M.O.A.Turrets
- Fully Coated HD Lens system
- 1" Matt Black Anti-Glare Body Tube
- Waterproof - Shockproof - Fogproof
- Hawke 10 yr Warranty
- MAP 6 Reticle: Offers precise windage and elevation aim points, eliminating guesswork
- 30/30 Reticle: A popular reticle for most hunting and shooting situations
- Mil Dot Reticle: A popular reticle for most hunting and shooting situations
|Objective lens diameter||40 mm|
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Review by Ian Skeldon
I have this scope and to start with it was great, then it developed a fault and the groupings were hopeless, sometimes great other times terrible. The scope has never been banged. NOTE * I did not buy my scope from Uttings, my replacement will come from here though. I have emailed Hawke and am awaiting instructions, the review will alter depending on how it is dealt with.
Review by Darren Heywood
I regard the minimal scope requirement for an airgun to be this scope in duplex reticle.
These scopes are good quality.
Review by Don The Mon
Well, I have also got a Leupold scope on a centrefire rifle, and the Hawke, while not as good as the Leupold, is great for what I use it for and at 1/10 the price of the Leupold! I use the Hawke at 20m in the range and outside after rabbits, on a couple of .22LR rifles. The only times I find it falls down are (i) as the light really starts to go it 'loses it' far earlier than the more expensive scopes, (ii) as strong sunlight comes across the objective strange shadowing and flairing happens and (iii) at 8+x magnification it really starts to distort. So, for under £40 this is one heck of a good buy BUT you get what you pay for so for bad light, robust conditions etc, don't get one. Still, I am buying another one for a .22LR so it works for me.