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Question Hawke mount heights

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Cymru-Dave, Jun 9, 2014.

  1. Cymru-Dave

    Cymru-Dave Donator

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    Can anybody help me, I've just bought a Hawke Varmint SF 4-16x44 and I'm wondering what hawke mounts I would need to fit it, low medium or high.
    Thanks
     
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    Dave, just got one myself this weekend and I got the medium. Says for 38-44mm objective scopes. As it's fitted to my R-10 I could have got away with lower ones as there's no shroud on the barrel so I have more clearance.

    I am really impressed with this scope; it's giving my Panorama's a run for their money.
     
  3. Cymru-Dave

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    I made an order with uttings expecting mounts to be included, I have two sets of mounts to fit my 50 scopes, just reluctant to pay another £6 postage to get more, perhaps I'll email them, looking forward to trying it out!
     
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    go with the medium mate
     
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    My 44 scope is on with medium mounts.
     
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    jesim1 Kit bitch to the Stars

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    Hawke medium on a Regal, excellent scope.

    James
     
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    does this not depend on what rifle it's going on ? a pcp will generally have the barrel lower than the top of the breech. if it's going on a springer will the parallax ring possibly foul the cylinder ?
     
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    Thanks for that, yes a 44mm should definitely fit with room to spare, I've emailed uttings so hopefully I can add some to the order before they are dispatched. It will be going on an AA S400 hunter green super light standard in .177 which is also in the post :)
     
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    Yes mate after reading again what you've said I googled some pics of the rifle and the widest part of the scope would be above the un shrouded barrel so I can't imagine there would be any problem with mediums at all. :)
     

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