If you’re new to crossbow hunting and aren’t quite sure what to do about getting your bow topped with a scope, here’s some advice that can save you time and money in the long run.
When looking at any optics, the key is to go with a scope that ensures reliable adjustments. Shooting a crossbow consistently accurate requires a quality product mounted securely to your rig. It also helps to have multi-coated glass and a wide field of view.
Hawke Optics offers all of this plus dual red/green illumination in their XB Crossbow scope. The 1-inch optics feature a mono-tube design that provides stability and durability. Multi-coatings mean the lenses will be clearer and provide for low-light viewing. What’s more, the wide-angle capabilities help you can on target faster in split-second close-range encounters. In fact, in a recent field test of five of the best-known brands of optics, the Hawke XB finished in first place. The shooters commented how the scope performed head-and-shoulders above the competition when it came to target acquisition. The only negative feedback came from a few shooters who did not like the “yellowing” that occurs through the scope during low-light shooting conditions. However, all things considered, this was said to be a minor inconvenience when compared to the accuracy and performance.
Make no mistake, crossbows dish out a lot of punishment shot-after-shot. The recoil and vibration will break down a cheaply built scope in no time. These Hawke scopes are not only waterproof, fogproof and shock-proof, they come with a very respected guarantee from the company.
The XB Scope retails for as much as $164.99 across the web. We believe in these scopes so much that we committed to keeping them stocked in our store. Therefore, we’ve been able to secure a price that will turn the head of any cost-conscious consumer. For this limited time, we are offering the scopes for just $119.99 apiece.Get yours today so you can get set up and dialed in before the summer’s over. ONLY 50 ARE AVAILABLE AT THIS PRICE.
For more information on Hawke Optics, check out Trent Marsh’s interview on Deer Talk Now from earlier this year.