Looking For Information On The Hawke Scope Line Around The $200 Range

Joined: 9:23 PM - Aug 03, 2011

7:53 PM - Nov 12, 2017 #1

I need a new scope to put on my Airforce and would like any information on the Hawke line of scope in a inch tube. I am on a fixed income and need to keep the cost around $200. I like that a lot of the Hawekes have the half mil-dot. I do not hunt that much any longer so much of my shooting is at targets.

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Joined: 4:51 PM - Mar 02, 2016

5:56 PM - Nov 14, 2017 #2

Roger.
Hawke sent me the scope below as a replacement for one that was shaken loose by my R1.
It is a great scope and I am going to put it on my 1720T pistol when I get around to it.
It would be great on your air force rifle if....it is not a springer.
Springers should have 30mm tubes as recommended by Hawke.
You may be able to find this scope at a lower price if you look around.
https://us.hawkeoptics.com/vantage-side ... l-dot.html
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Joined: 12:11 AM - Jul 06, 2015

12:47 AM - Nov 15, 2017 #3

I've this scope on one of my 1720's and it's good.
Frank knows his stuff- if you can find one used, its an even better scope, cause everyone knows- less is more!
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Joined: 11:36 PM - Feb 19, 2012

2:44 AM - Nov 17, 2017 #4

I need a new scope to put on my Airforce and would like any information on the Hawke line of scope in a inch tube. I am on a fixed income and need to keep the cost around $200. I like that a lot of the Hawekes have the half mil-dot. I do not hunt that much any longer so much of my shooting is at targets.

Thanks
I have the Hawke 3x9x40 with AMX reticle on one of my guns and love it. As an alternative look at the TAC Vector Optics scopes. I just purchased a 3.5x10x44 priced at $179.00 and you will not be disappointed. Excellent quality, half mil-dot fine reticle, 30mm tube, side focus, etc...

Either scope will put a smile on your face!
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