Red / Green illuminated reticle
Virtually unbreakable, glass etched ballistic reticle
Fully multi-coated optics for maximum clarity
1" matte black anti-glare body tube
¼ M.O.A fingertip turrets for accurate adjustment
Protective lens caps
Waterproof, Shockproof and Fog Proof
All firearm caliber rated
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Delivering out-of-the-box 200-yard accuracy, the Hawke Sport HD IR Rimfire scope marries the most popular rifle
in the world with innovative yet simple reticle design.
Delivering out-of-the-box 200-yard accuracy, the Hawke Sport HD IR Rimfire scope marries the most popular rifle in the world with innovative yet simple reticle design. When sighted in at 50 yards the Sport HD IR Rimfire provides 25-yard aim points from 50 to 200 yards, giving the user downrange accuracy never expected from a .22 rifle.
As a bonus, there is no need to memorize aim points, as the yardages are etched directly onto the glass of the reticle. Designed to be accurate at 9X magnification for ammunition shooting at or near 1300 fps, the 3-9x40 chassis design is easy to use and reliable.
By decreasing the magnification it is also possible to calibrate the scope to subsonic ammunition. In addition to the BDC capabilities, the reticle is also illuminated with five levels of red and green to match ambient light conditions.
Simple. Reliable. Affordable.
The Sport HD IR range offers exceptional value for money without compromising optical performance or build quality.
The new Rimfire SR reticle provides accuracy never expected from the .22LR With 25 yard aim points drom 50 to 200 yards, the Rimfire SR reticle redefines rimfire performance.
The HD - (High Definition) optical coatings on all lenses reduces reflections both internally and externally, therefore increasing the amount of light that reaches the eye. This improves the image brightness and clarity, making the Sport HD iR range of riflescopes a joy to use.
The compact fast focus eyebell keeps the Mil Dot reticle clear and crisp while the ¼ M.O.A fingertip turrets zero the crosshairs - kept firmly in position by a high quality beryllium spring.