Are Hawke scopes any good?
You only need to go to any air rifle club to see how popular Hawke scopes are, and for good reason. They are rightly recognized as one of the best optics available for airgun use.
Are Hawke scopes made in China?
Like many other top brands, Hawke scopes are manufactured in China.
How to adjust a Hawke scope?
Hawke products have turrets in which dials can be adjusted to change the point of impact for elevation and windage (left/right). On some turrets a cap must first be removed, on others, the turrets can be unlocked, moved and then locked down again.
How to mount a Hawke scope?
You’ll need the right mounts for your rifle (dovetail or picatinny/weaver) and scope diameter. Attach the bottom ring to your rifle and place your scope, making sure it is level with correct eye relief, then attach the top ring. Then tighten up, but don’t over tighten.
How to zero a Hawke scope?
Shoot a small group and then use the adjustment turrets to alter elevation and windage (left/right). Shoot another group at the same aim point and if necessary repeat the process.
Can you adjust the parallax on a Hawke scope?
Yes, most Hawke scopes have adjustment either via a collar on the objective lens or on a side wheel. Some scopes however are fixed parallax and may not be suitable for airgun use.
Do Hawke scopes come with lens covers?
Yes. Hawke Scopes are supplied with lens covers.
How to repair a Hawke scope?
Repairs are best left to specialists. Contact Hawke at email@example.com in the first instance.