Hawke Scopes are now in stock at Gunroom together with a range of Hawke Accessories on this site that are available ex-stock as listed. While we deal predominantly in Air Rifles we are also catering across the board for all firearms when it comes to supplying Hawke products.
Hawke Scopes for Rifles and Air Rifles.
We are building up our stock of Hawke Scopes and Accessories that cater for all rifle types with a range of obscure scope mounting rings (reach forward, cantilever and tactical), adapter bases and sun shades always in stock. So, if you have one of those awkward to mount scopes that just wasn’t meant to fit your rifle without some serious after-market mounts, then please check our products section under Hawke Scopes.
As demand increases along with turnover we shall introduce additional scopes and accessories to meet demand while at present we are keen to meet the demand of the air rifle fraternity initially. To those of you reading this that would like to see us stock a scope or accessory, then please reach out to me as I would like to hear about it.
Hawke Airmax EV
The most popular Hawke Scopes would be the Airmax range which have been developed by Hawke specifically for Air Rifles and come with a 20% wider field of view. To assist Air Rifle enthusiasts Hawke have developed the MAP6 that you can use with Hawkes Ballistic Reticle Calculator (BRC) that you can download here on BRC. Another download that may well interest you as the reader here, is the ChairGun Pro which is Pellet Trajectory Software that you can download here on CGP.
The Hawke Airmax range of scopes are very well priced and well suited for the average air gunner who is into target or field hunting of small vermin. The Airmax Scope right out of the box will do everything you ask of it in these circumstances as these scopes work well on springers as well as PCPs. If you want to take your accuracy up a notch, then I seriously suggest that you download the Hawke BRC and have a play with it.
The Airmax 30 IR SF Scope released here in Australia has been very popular and without fault so far. Looking at the specs this looks to be an ideal field hunting scope for small vermin. If you go to the Downloads section of this site, you will find a PDF file called Airmax 30 IR SF (1).pdf that you can view or download/print.
For those Air Rifle enthusiasts that are into long range shooting, competition or serious hunting, then providing you have a quality springer (like the long range Weihrauch HW77/HW77SE) or PCP Air Rifle (Weihrauch HW100S/T/K for example), then I think you need to look at a Hawke Sidewinder 30. These Hawke Scopes have a large 4-inch (100mm) Range wheel that provides accurate and easy focusing with your fingers while on target. The range wheel can be left off should you be concerned about damaging it while in the bush.
These Hawke Sidewinder Scopes are suitable for most rifles and are not restricted to Air Rifles. They used to come packaged in an aluminium box complete with the focus wheel and lens sunshade, but that has now given way to a sturdy cardboard box. The Sidewinder Scope has an IR Reticle (Illuminated Reticle – Red/Black/Green) and comes with 1⁄2 Mil Dot or SR Pro versions.
Hawke Vantage IR
A very nice all round scope that is not bulky yet is full of features well suited to the larger Air Rifle enthusiasts or the rim and centre fire guys. I have matched this scope up with the Weihrauch HW60J and HW66 as a great field scope combination.
What is even more surprising about the Hawke Sport Scopes is their price, which makes them an attractive proposition for those of you chasing a quality scope and a lean budget.
For the hunter who is serious about his shooting, this is an obvious choice due to its ability to perform well in low light conditions, such as early morning, evening and overcast environments. Available in MAP 6A, 1⁄2 Mil Dot, SR6 and SR12 this scope has you covered and when used with Hawke’s BRC you have an environmentally conditioned hunting scope.
Hawke Varmint SF
A long range hunting and target scope with 1⁄2 Mil Dot reticle with a side focus wheel and 44mm lens on a 1” tube that is rated for all firearm calibres. We recommend this scope for the rim and centre fire enthusiasts with its low profile and slim lines that make it a great field scope.
Hawke Scopes and Accessories
As you know, carrying scopes is not the full package and one has to supplement the scope stock with supporting accessories such as scope mounts, sunshades, lasers and mounts, Picatinny and Weaver rails and shooting accessories such as software, all available at Gunroom. This said, we do carry a good range of Hawke Match Mounts presently to cater for some of those obscure mounting issues that are cropping up with regularity.
The NEW Hawke Scopes 2018
Hawke have upgraded their entire range of scopes by dropping the Sport range and introducing the Vanguard series in its place. There is the line-up of Hawke Airmax scopes with the AMX reticle while Hawke also maintains its Airmax 30 and Sidewinder 30 ranges of scopes.
I will be doing a series of short blogs on each of the Hawke scopes that I carry and will supplement the series with a more in-depth article on the new range of scopes.