HAWKE a SCOPE for Air-Powered Rifle ACCURACY

  • Air-Powered Rifles Generate High Shock and Vibration
  • Special Optical Scopes are Essential
  • Hawke AIRMAX fixed my Airgun Shooting Accuracy Troubles

By Forrest Fisher

The AIRMAX reticle is glass-etched and based on the spacing of a 10x Mil Dot with multiple aim points, great for multiple weight projectile pellets.

Airguns today are growing in popularity all over the world and they are now offered in many ballistic sizes. Airguns appeal to the other craze in the world too, they offer “green shooting,” with no gunpowder, no catridge casings, no toxic outgas and no garbage in the woods, and more, they are affordable and reusable at little or no cost. The one problem with shooting airguns accurately at long range though, is finding an optical scope that can handle the shock and vibration.

With my GAMO Big Cat 1250 pellet rifle (.177 caliber), I’ve tried two brands of scopes, names unmentioned, to discover that airguns can have a devastating effect on optics when the right products aren’t used. After two years of some shooting frustration – target plinking with constant creep accuracy, I have found a scope that actually works more than three weeks with repeat, same hole accuracy, week after week. My Hawke AIRMAX 3-9×40 offers the right specialized optics for the serious airgun shooter that I am.

Hawke sells this “super airgun scope” in either 30mm or 1 inch chassis design, and has one model (Airmax 30) that offers an illuminated reticle. My Airmax (Model 13-110) uses the non-illuminated AMX reticle in a traditional scope design.

The AIRMAX solved my air gun accuracy problems. This 3-9 x 40 AMX model has a 1-inch or 30mm tube chassis option for easy mounting and matched the fast-focus eyeball of for quick shooting style.

To be absolutely sure of your pellet rifle accuracy, go purchase your 4, 6, 8 or 10 grain pellets, then use a micro-gram archery scale to identify and remove the outliers (the heavy and light pellets) that contribute to shot placement inaccuracy.

The adjustable objective is integrated into the scope rear end for accurate focus and parallax error elimination.

We zero the scope to the middle of the paper and it is not unusual for us to place 5 shots within ¼ inch of each other at 50 yards. Our country backyard rodents are no longer a problem and fun of shooting for free (no bullets) is fun again.

Check out this airgun scope they call the Hawke AIRMAX, it’s affordable at about $200 and most important, it holds accuracy shot after shot.

For technical details visit: https://us.hawkeoptics.com/airmax-3-9×40-amx.html.