$485.00

HAWKE AIRMAX 30 SFP TOUCH 3-12X32 AMX IR MRAD New

  • Condition:
  • Make:Hawke
  • Model:Airmax 30 SFP Touch 3-12x32

Private User

Seller Type: Private User
Licence # 26639165-00
Location: EUMUNDI, QLD, 4562
Phone #: *** click to reveal ***
View other listings from this seller

Description:

Hawke Airmax 30 SFP Touch 3-12x32 AMX IR MRAD Rifle Scope
Bought by my son but not the magnification I want. Still in box and only taken out to photograph.
Brand new scope still in box never been fitted and covered by Hawke lifetime warranty.
Specialist scopes designed by airgunners for airgunners!
Airmax scopes feature our H2 optics in a variety of configurations designed to suit airgun characteristics.
Specifications:
• 1/10 MRAD clicks.
• Length: 266mm / 10.1″.
• Zero (1.2") eye relief riflescope to suit minimum recoil
• Capped Target Turrets
• Zero Eye Relief
• 30mm Mono-Tube Chassis
• Super Wide Angle
• Side Focus
• Illumination
• Zoom Ring With Index Magnification Click At 10x
• 16 Layer Fully Multi-Coated Lenses
• High Torque Zoom Ring
• Fast Focus Eyebell With Lock Ring
• AMX Reticle Designed For Airguns
• Nitrogen purged. Shockproof. Waterproof. Fog proof.
• All calibre rated.
• Hawke No-Fault Lifetime Warranty.
• AMX Reticle
• Both the AMX and AMX IR glass etched reticles are based on the spacing of a 10x Mil Dot. The AMX offers multiple aim points, useful when shooting air guns with loopy trajectories.
• Half Mil Dot spacing on the lower post provides increased aim points for long shots.
• The horizontal bars are calculated at 0.5, 1.5, 2.5, 3.5 and 4.5 mil spacing. Hollow posts are segmented into mil spacing and can be used for bracketing.

Dimensions:
Length: 266mm or 10.5"
Weight: 572g or 20.2oz
Eye relief: 30mm or 1.2”
Focus/Parallax - Side Focus 9m - ∞ or 10yds - ∞
Field of View: 21.3 - 6.1m @100m or 63.8 - 18.2ft @100yds
Exit Pupil: 10.7-2.7mm or 0.42-0.11"
Chassis: 30mm Mono-tube
Optical System: 3-12x
Objective: 32mm
Illumination: Red
Reticle: AMX IR

Date Listed: 26/08/2022

ENQUIRE ABOUT THIS LISTING


Back to top