User manual Hawke Sport Optics 2-7x32 Vantage Riflescope 14110
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User manual for the Hawke Sport Optics 2-7x32 Vantage Riflescope 14110
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The Hawke Sports Optics 2-7x32 Vantage Riflescope represents a basic all-purpose scope that is ideal for most close and mid-range uses. Its 11-layer fully multi-coated optics maximizes light transmission and helps off-set the smaller 32mm objective to produce bright and clear images in most lighting conditions. The low minimum magnification allows you to use the scope with a reflex-scope both-eyes-open technique for fast target acquisition and tracking at close to mid-ranges. Complementing the performance of the scope is a lightweight and durable anodized aluminum housing with a 1" one-piece maintube that is nitrogen-filled and O-ring sealed to be water and fogproof. Threads on the ocular and objective provide a solid mounting point for optional accessories such as sun shades.
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Additional parameters of the Hawke Sport Optics 2-7x32 Vantage Riflescope 14110:
Objective Lens Diameter
30/30, second focal plane
Field of View
46.6 - 14.1' @ 100 yd / 15.5 - 4.7 m @ 100 m
Parallax-free to 100 yd / 91 m
3.5" / 8.9 cm
Exit Pupil Diameter
16.0 - 4.5 mm
Impact Point Correction
1/4 MOA per click
Nitrogen-filled, water and fogproof
11.2" / 28.5 cm
12.8 oz / 363.0 g
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