Hawke Vantage Side Focus
Hawke Vantage 3-12x44 Side Focus px 10x Half Mil Dot Reticle Rifle Scope - 14160
Hawke Vantage 3-12x44 Side Focus turret parallax 10x Half Mil Dot Reticle Rifle Scope - Hawke model code 14160
Hawke Vantage SF scopes offer beautiful 11 layer fully multi-coated optics for excellent clarity. They are Waterproof, Shockproof and Nitrogen purged.
The Vantage range is all calibre rated and supported by Hawkes Worldwide Warranty
>>> Waterproof, Shockproof, Nitrogen purged.
>>> All calibre rated - airgun, rimfire LR .22 and all major centerfire and shotgun types
>>> Warranty: Hawke Worldwide Warranty
- 11 layer fully multi-coated optics for excellent clarity
- Side Focus turret control for parallax correction - 10 yards (9m) to infinity
- 1 inch mono-tube chassis for superior strength
- Threaded objective/ocular for optional accessories
- ¼ MOA low profile ‘no-snag’ fingertip turrets
- Fast focus eyebell and high torque zoom ring
- Mount rings NOT included. See suggestions at bottom of page.
The latest enhancement to the classic military reticle popular worldwide for the ability to estimate range, aim off points and factor in holdover. You can use it in a simple instinctive way or get really technical with charts and math if you are so inclined - but you don't need to!
10x Half Mil dot
- Accurate mil spacing on 10x.
- Features dots and ties at half mil spacing, ensuring that there is always an aim point available.
44mm Fully Multi Coated Lens:
- 11 layer fully multi coated for excellent clarity.
- 44mm diameter - Excellent all round medium size. Excellent light capture without bulk.
3-12x variable magnification
- Adjust from 3x to 12x.
- A great magnification range for general purpose hunting as well as longer ranges.
- Very Easy and very fast dial adjustment.
- Ocular eyebell focus begins very close (just how close depends on eyesight)
- Parallax focus adjustment from 10 yards (9m).
Fast focus eyebell
Easy, effective ocular focus.
Parallax Focus by Side Turret
Parallax effect is the term that describes the difference in angles between objects that are seen up close and those seen far away. When you look at telephone poles pass by on the side of the road, those closest to your car seem to pass very fast, while the ones far away seem to go very slow. That difference is due to parallax effect.
The reticle in your scope is like a telephone pole that's very close. If you move your head on the stock while watching the target through the scope, it's probably possible to see the reticle move against the target. That affects where you perceive the aim point to be, and that affects your accuracy.
Parallax focus correction therefore is a must for anyone attempting to use either a high magnification scope, shooting drastically different yardages with the same scope or anyone attempting to shoot at extremely close ranges or extremely long ranges. Especially so if it is a combination of these factors.
Scopes such as this have Parallax adjustment which basically means you are able to adjust the scope using the side turret.
Important note on parallax focus versus regular ocular focus
A common mistake is to use the parallax adjustment in an attempt to focus the reticle. The ocular end (eye piece) has a focus for the reticle. That is the sole purpose of the ocular focus. Returns have been caused by users attempting to use the reticle focus as an image focus and/or using the parallax adjustment as a reticle focus. If you get both of them so far out of whack bad things will happen.
Only use the ocular focus to focus the reticle and only focus the reticle while looking through the scope at the sky. This will keep you from trying to focus an object instead of the reticle.
Ocular Focus (eyepiece) adjusts the scope to the individual shooter's eye... this is a one time adjustment. (For wearers of prescription lenses this could be a multiple procedure event if new prescription arrive.) The purpose of this adjustment is to adjust the scope so that the image of the reticle (crosshairs) is properly aligned with the back of the shooters eye.
Parallax focus adjusts the target to the reticle (crosshair). The target image and the reticle must be on the same focal plane within the scope or there is room for apparent movement of the reticle on the target when the shooters eye moves (or is positioned differently at the scope).
- Chassis: 1" (25mm) Mono-tube
- Magnification range: 3-12x
- Objective: 44mm
- Reticle: Half Mil dot 10x
- Illumination: NA
- Focus/Parallax: Side Turret - 10yds to Infinity
- Field of View: m @100m / ft @100yds 10.2 - 2.6m / 30.6 - 7.7ft
- Eye relief: 89mm / 3.5″
- Length: 337mm / 13.3″
- Weight: 491g / 17.3oz
- Material: Aluminium
- Exit Pupil: 15 - 4mm / 0.5 - 0.1″
- Ocular Type: Fast Focus
- Lens Coating: Fully Multi-Coated - 11 Layers
- Power Selector Style: Knurled Posi-Grip
- Elevation and Windage Increment: ¼ MOA
- Elevation and Windage Adjustment Range: 100 MOA
- Turret Caps: YES
- Turret Type: Low Profile
- Elasticated Lens Covers
- Lens Cloth
|Length||337mm / 13.3″|
|Click value||1/4 MOA|