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Horton Hawke 4x32 Illuminated Mult-A-Range Crossbow Scope

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Horton Hawke 4x32 Illuminated Mult-A-Range Crossbow Scope completely changes the success rate of bow hunting. The five crosshairs in the scope are set for a different distance depending on your model of crossbow. If you pair this scope with a rangefinder you will know the distance and exactly what crosshair to use at that distance. Sight this crossbow scope in and you cannot fail in the field, unless mother nature beats you. Mother nature cannot affect this scope because it is coated so that it is waterproof, fog proof, and shock proof. Like in rifle scopes, this scope is specifically designed to withstand recoil from your crossbow. If mother nature is trying to mess with you there are windage and elevation adjustments. The lightweight, compact design of this crossbow scope means less weight to carry in the field compared to competitor scopes. High performance aluminum scope rings keep this scope pinned to your crossbow and prevent a loss of zero.  Illumination allows you to see where your crosshairs are on the target, even in low light.

Horton Hawke 4x32 Illumination Mult-A-Range Crossbow Scope Specifications:

  • Five crosshairs
  • Waterproof
  • Fog proof
  • Shock proof
  • Illumination

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