Are we talking about Optics for HFT ?

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Laity
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Are we talking about Optics for HFT ?

Postby Laity » Thu 03. Nov 2016 14:34:12

Hi all

Well I swear by the Hawke Vantage Sf 3-12-44 . I have used loads of scopes and they have all been ok but when I got this , it was like another level. I just love it . The Half Mil dots work so so well for HFT , I love it zeroed at 40 yards , just works so so well. If you have not seen one I suggest you have a look and see what they are like . I just love mine .

Check it out and see

LAity

poison dwarf
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Re: Are we talking about Optics for HFT ?

Postby poison dwarf » Sat 05. Nov 2016 19:43:29

There speaks a true hawke ambassador ;)

edmundasl
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Re: Are we talking about Optics for HFT ?

Postby edmundasl » Tue 08. Nov 2016 6:25:03

Had vantage 4-12x40. Now using sidewinder 10x42. Like day and night. Sidewinders reticle is thin, vantages thick. Maybe in SF version reticle is thinner.

Kubajzz
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Re: Are we talking about Optics for HFT ?

Postby Kubajzz » Tue 08. Nov 2016 9:07:26

I swear on 4,5-14x32 Burris Timberline. ;)
Timberline is very compact and robust scope with minimal paralax error due small objective diameter and long eye relief. What I miss is better reticle than ballistic plex.
Airguns are changing but I still have the same piece of optics ... :D

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Laity
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Re: Are we talking about Optics for HFT ?

Postby Laity » Tue 08. Nov 2016 15:23:51

I have not seen that one before Jakub, I would like to look through it . I do swear by the scope I have though , cheap , brilliant and easy to use . What more do you want :D ??

LAity

Kicmis
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Re: Are we talking about Optics for HFT ?

Postby Kicmis » Fri 11. Nov 2016 11:44:50

I'm Vantage 4-12x40 AO Mil Dot, but I'm not satisfied.
Cross has a thick and lacks half-mildot.

poison dwarf
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Re: Are we talking about Optics for HFT ?

Postby poison dwarf » Fri 18. Nov 2016 8:21:50

Try the Hawke Airmax 4-12x40 AO very good HFT scope imo. I am liking it so far :)

w-v-m
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Re: Are we talking about Optics for HFT ?

Postby w-v-m » Fri 23. Dec 2016 18:22:39

Leupold vari x iii 2.5-10x40 . mildot ret is my preferred...........

MickyFinn
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Re: Are we talking about Optics for HFT ?

Postby MickyFinn » Mon 26. Dec 2016 11:15:32

I'm using either a 2.5-10x24 Nightforce or 3-9x32 Clearidge at the minute. Both great optics!

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Re: Are we talking about Optics for HFT ?

Postby JP_Lammo » Mon 20. Mar 2017 7:51:32

edmundasl wrote:Had vantage 4-12x40. Now using sidewinder 10x42. Like day and night. Sidewinders reticle is thin, vantages thick. Maybe in SF version reticle is thinner.


I use the 10 x 42 Sidewinder also on my GoldStar for HFT its a great scope. I've a 4-16 x 50 Vantage on another rifle and for the cash they are a great bit of kit!


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