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Scopes Hawke SR Scopes

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Rambo, May 15, 2008.

  1. Rambo

    Rambo Engaging Member

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    East Yorkshire
    I was forced into buying a Hawke Reflex 4-12X50, when I strongly desired a Hawke SR. I mean why pay £80 on something medioca, when pay £130 on something you will keep, & love for years. It just really pees me off.
    & what made the situation worse was in the field a few weeks later. I zeroed my 410 into around 35yds, & somehow hit a Carlsberg bottle cap at that distance.
    Later on, on my acquired land, I stepped over a gate, & in that scrubby field i saw a distant brown object. I scoped onto it & it was a rabbit, at around 100yds away. I stalked & crawled through this field until I was, in my mind, around 30yds away. After slight wait, it stood straight & head was the most obvious target ever to be seen. I aimed for the bulk of it's head & no way I could miss.
    I shot, & it jolted, then stood up again. I shot again, another miss, then it legged it for the hedge. FOR GODS SAKE!!!
    Somehow, I must have misinterpreted the distance, causing both shots to race above its head. Apparently, with an SR, you could have measured the bunnie's ears & find a pinpoint range, then over/under aimed on the MAPs, to get the perfect kill. Is this true?:confused:
    I'll end up getting an SR pretty soon, it's just a but silly me buying the wrong one in the first place.
  2. Andy

    Andy Administrative Staff Member Founder

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    What's more annoying is opticswarehouse have been selling the same reflex for £45. :D:up:
  3. Rambo

    Rambo Engaging Member

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    East Yorkshire
    Like I said, I'll be getting an SR pretty soon. Just a matter of not getting scolded.;)
  4. chiz

    chiz Engaging Member

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    SR's are absolutely brilliant. You just have to get used to a different aiming technique, once you get that dialled in, they're unbeatable.

    A bargain in my opinion, and I paid £170 for mine!! (NiteEye SR12)
  5. a1gunner

    a1gunner Pro Poster

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    i have the SR6 and its awsome, i use 6x mag for hunting normally so i was used to the magnification.
    i also use 16 grain pellets which the scope is desined for and the aim points are spot on:D

    with milldots i remember using the spot in between the dots:rolleyes:

    not with this:D

    the range finder, now that works by using 4 brackets.

    say now a rabbit is 30 yds away, on 6x mag it will fit into one of the brackets (A,B,C,D)

    say now its 10yds away its ears may fit into slot d
    20yds the 3" ears may ne in slot C and so on.

    the tricky bit is keeping the scope still enough to put its ears in the scope to measure the distance.

    personally i use the PX to get the range then the brackets to confirm it

    if im static i'll have a laser rangefinder:cool:

    get the SR ones they rock:D
    if you are used to 6x then get the SR6
    but if you are used to hight mag (12x) then get SR12

    you have to use them at those magnifications as it where the aim points are set too.

    also download the BRC.

    it will show you the aim point if you go FAC or tune the power down, also scope height and pellet shape is taken into consideration:up:

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