Hawke Sport Optics is expanding the Sport HD IR line of rifle scopes with a new reticle and chassis design that is geared specifically towards hunters.
“Hawke Sport Optics continues to raise the bar in scope technology. The new 30/30 IR technology is amazing. No guess work, just center the cross hairs on your target and squeeze,” said Michael Lee, Hawke Pro-Staff Member and host of Backwoods Life TV. He continued, “The red or green illumination helps in all light conditions as well as providing pin point accuracy. Buying a Hawke scope is a “no brainer” for the target shooter or hunter alike.”
Target shooters have long enjoyed the illuminated mil-dot reticle available in the Sport HD IR family, but hunters have asked for something less complicated. Hawke has answered these requests by introducing the 30/30 IR reticle. The 30/30 IR features an open, uncluttered sight picture to aide in quick target acquisition. Additionally, the outer posts of the reticle come to a point, allowing the shooter to arrive on target more quickly. With dual red/green illumination on the unbreakable, glass-etched reticle, maximizing reticle visibility is done easily, no matter what the lighting conditions. This new reticle is available in three hunter friendly chassis options, 2-7×32 as well as 3-9 and 4-12×40. The 40mm objective lenses allow the rifle scopes to be mounted low on the receiver, maintaining a lower overall profile, and reducing the possibility of snags or hang ups in the field. With a full 3.5” of eye relief, the new Sport HD IR is rugged enough to take the recoil of magnum rounds, and provides the shooter adequate safety in doing so. To view the Sport HD IR rifle scope line visit http://www.hawkeoptics.com/hawke-sport-hd-ir-riflescopes.html.
As with all Hawke scopes the lenses are fully multi-coated for the best possible light transmission and management. Waterproof, shockproof, and nitrogen purged to be fog proof, the Sport HD IR scopes are covered by the transferable Hawke Worldwide Warranty.
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