posted on November 05, 2009 07:38
There is a new kid in town as far as crossbow scopes go and this young feller is really getting around. As a matter of fact, if you shoot a Parker, TenPoint or a Scorpyd, you have probably already been using one. The new crossbow scopes from Hawke feature a high performance optical system, designed to increase your success in the field. The wide angle image is bright and crisp, and the long eye relief eye bell design allows the scope to quickly ’come up’ to the eye. The entire range of scopes feature: Ballistic reticles compatible with the Hawke BRC software, fully multi coated optics, fast focus eye pieces and 1/2 M.O.A finger adjustable and resettable turrets. Be sure to always hit the target with Hawke's Ballistic Reticle Calculator (BRC). Simply put the crossbow power information into the BRC and it calculates the exact trajectory of your arrow. The aim points of the SR and MAP reticles are then calculated equating to precision in the field. It's simple to use and extremely accurate. Geoffrey Toye, our European Correspondent with do a in-depth review of this scope in the Winter 2010 Issue of HBM and I will comment on it from the hunter’s prespective. In the mean time they have a great website at http://hawkeoptics.com
Stop by a see what all of the excitement is all about and why so many crossbow companies are making the Hawk Optic crossbow sight standard equipment on their bows. It is a super quality scope, comes in black and camo and starts out a just $79. Check it out.