Little by little, I’ll try to introduce you to all my favorite scopes. Over the last few years, I’ve had dozens of optics in my hands. I try to pick out high-quality scopes in my pre-selection so I can take a closer look at them. Sometimes there’s a real highlight. A scope that is best in its class for specific rifles or demands of the shooter.
This is also the case with Hawke Airmax 3-12×40 Compact.
Today I shoot at everything that is fun. From empty shotgun shells to metal pendulum targets. The great thing about those targets is that you get a feedback whenever you hit something. The shotgun shells sometimes fly several meters away and make a loud noise.
I have to admit that it is almost too easy to shoot the targets with this setup at 18m. Ok, I missed once, but I think next time I’ll put the targets 5-10 yards further away.
It’s extremely fun to shoot with HW50 S. The handling is great, and the rifle is also pretty light for long shooting sessions.
Well, I really had fun today.
I filmed the review of Weihrauch HW 44 many weeks ago and took a closer look at it. The post and video were very well received by readers and viewers. I promised back then that if you were interested, I would make a second video. Today is the day!
Ok, I admit the setup is more than unusual! My point today was not to recreate realistic 10-meter precision shooting, since I’m not really good in that. I wanted to get the maximum precision out of the pistol with the equipment I had available.
Hawke Airmax Compact is the result of further development of the extremely popular Hawke Airmax rifle scope. Numerous field target and hunter field target shooters rely on Hawke rifle scopes. When readers of my blog …
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