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Designed for extreme long-range shooting, especially in low-light conditions, the Hawke Sports Optics 6-24x50 Vantage AO IR Riflescope boasts broad zoom range to bring even small targets up-close, and a large objective to draw in generous amounts of light to allow its use at dawn and dusk, or in heavily canopied areas. To further improve the scope's performance, all of its optical surfaces are fully multi-coated to boost light transmission and improve color fidelity, contrast, and overall image brightness. The broad zoom and large objective also helps to produce a comfortable exit pupil at low to mid magnifications so that when the eye dilates in low-light the entire field of view is easy to see without having to move your eye or head to see the whole scene.
The crosshair reticle is etched onto the glass to prevent fading or shifting, and illuminated center hairs sport four mil dots on each axis for ranging, hold-over/under, or target size estimation. It has five selectable brightness levels in either red or green so it can be customized for most lighting and weather conditions. While green light is easier to see in bright sunlight, red is ideal for low-light conditions or in areas with a very green background where a green reticle can get lost. Covered turrets help guard against accidental adjustments while a fast-focus collar, smooth zoom ring, and knurled rheostat allow you to quickly adapt to rapidly changing situations. Complementing the performance of the scope is a lightweight and durable anodized magnesium housing, with a 1" one-piece maintube that is nitrogen-filled and O-ring sealed to be water and fogproof.
6-24x zoom range
50mm objective lens
11-layer anti-reflection fully multi-coated optics improves contrast and image brightness
15.1-4.2' field of view at 100 yards
Modified duplex crosshair-style reticle
Black etched outer posts
Illuminated center crosshairs
Four mil dots on all axes spaced 1 mrad (3.44 MOA) apart on hairs
Illumination can be turned off for non-illuminated black reticle
Use for ranging, hold-over/under, and estimating target size
Placed on second focal plane, sub-tension set at 10x
Knurled Posi-Grip adjustment collar
Five selectable brightness levels
Choose between red and green colors
Red is ideal for low-light conditions or in areas with green background where a green reticle can blend
Green is easier to see in bright daylight than red
Runs on one included CR2032 coin-cell battery
Use and Handling
High-torque zoom ring maintains magnification setting after multiple shots
1/4 MOA per click impact point correction
60 MOA windage and elevation adjustment range
Finger-adjustable, low-profile capped turrets
Adjustable parallax from 15 yards to infinity
Comfortable 8-2mm exit pupil
3.5" long eye relief
1" one-piece maintube
Lightweight and durable magnesium alloy housing
Nitrogen-filled for water and fogproof performance
Rated for use on most calibers and recoil-resistant
Length: 15.6 inches
Weight: 22 ounces
In the Box
Hawke Sport Optics 6-24x50 Vantage AO IR Riflescope (Mil Dot IR Illuminated Reticle)
Ocular Lens Cover
Objective Lens Cover
Limited Lifetime Warranty
Table of Contents
Objective Lens Diameter
Mil Dot Second focal plane Partially illuminated duplex crosshair
Field of View
15.1 - 4.2' @ 100 yd / 5.1 - 1.4 m @ 100 m
Adjustable from 15 yd / 14 m to infinity
3.5" / 8.9 cm
Exit Pupil Diameter
8 - 2 mm
Impact Point Correction
1/4 MOA per click
Nitrogen-filled, water, and fogproof
1 x CR0232
15.6" / 39.5 cm
22.0 oz / 625.0 g
Hawke Sport Optics 6-24x50 Vantage AO IR Riflescope (Mil Dot IR Illuminated Reticle) Review