Hawke XB30 Crossbow Scope Review Pro SR Reticle 1-5×25

Hawke really hit it out of the park with this top level illuminated crossbow scope.  It doesn’t ship with mounting rings, but the overall quality of this unit makes up for that in spades. Unlike most illuminated reticle scopes which click through different levels of brightness, the Hawke XB30 features a brightness control that’s smooth as silk and turns like a dimmer switch. Great for dialingthe luminosity way down for low light conditions. Optically the XB30 really delivers a great picture with practically zero barrel distortion.Hawke SB30 Pro Crossbow Scope Review

The Hawke XB30 Pro SR cross bow scope features a mono-tube chassis and fully multi-coated optical apparatus for outstanding light transmission and image quality in low light conditions. The glass etched reticle employs a mix mag/speed selector to calibrate the reticle to a wide variety of bow limb speeds. Flexible for rates from 215 to 450 fps. Complete with a reddish illuminated reticle with adjustable step-less side rheostat, glass etched reticle. Fully coated optics, rate selector ring, 1/2 M.O.A. turrets, fast turning ocular and higher speed zoom ring. Appropriate for Hawke Ballistic Reticle Calculator. Nitrogen purged- 100 per cent water, fog and shock proof. Includes thread in in-wall lens covers and a lens cloth.

  • 16 layer optics that are fully multi-coated exceptional clarity
  • 30mm mono-tube chassis for exceptional power
  • Speed selector ring – speeds from 215 to 450 fps
  • Glass etched reticle with red illumination
  • Stepless rheostat provides brightness control that is total
  • ½ MOA low profile fingertip that is no-snag
  • Fast focus eye-bell and high torque zoom ring
  • Includes screw-in metal flip-up lens covers
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