Illuminated 4x16 Mil Dot Scope
So far this Hawke rifle scope seems to perform okay. The glass is not as clear as the Hawke 6-24x44 Varmint SF scope I have but it's not bad. I've put about 100 rounds through my 25-06 so far and the scope appears to be holding zero. The only thing I didn't like about this scope is that you cannot attach a sunshade to the objective lens as there are no threads in the end of the scope. Something I didn't expect on a scope such as this. For the money it's still hard to beat. Thank you.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
By Ronald J. Mccollum - - 27 Aug. 2012
By Brad -
I have this scope on a Benjamin Marauder .22cal. I am very impressed with the scope. It is very clear and is far better than some other scopes I took a look at in this price range. The MOA clicks are a bit mushy but work just fine. The clarity of the scope is outstanding for a scope in this price range, just as good as some scopes 2-3 time this price. The eye relief is a bit touchy on high mag settings but is not a problem. Have not had time to run it through all the paces but it's doing very well so far and is holding 0 although the Marauder has virtually no recoil so it's not a good test for that.
Good quality scope for the money -
Very good scope for the money I love the side focus and the illuminated radical for the twilight night shot you can go up 30 clicks over 30 clicks down 30 clicks and back over 30 clicks and be at the same spot as long as you're not more than 30 yards away to make sure you can hit the same spot and make a square with all your shots combined, it's a good test for a scope, if you have a circle you might have a problem