Whether shooting in training, plinking or in a situation, getting on target quickly is important. And some of the best optics for speed on target come without magnification with a lighted dot in the center. In fact, tactical shooters often favor these types of scopes specifically because of target acquisition speed. It can be difficult, however, to find a good one at an affordable price, which is one of the benefits of the new Hawke Vantage red dot sights.
The designers at Hawke Sport Optics created these red dot sights to run on any railed firearm. This includes pistols, rifles and even shotguns. As such, they come in three sizes. At just over 4 ounces, the 20mm works best on pistols, but it will work on longer firearms. However, the company also builds two larger versions specifically for rifles and shotgun for just a few dollars more. In fact, the cost of these optics is very reasonable, ranging from $89 to $99. This doesn’t mean, though, that these sights don’t come with some excellent features.
The Vantage red dot sights come with a 3 MOA dot, and 25-layer, fully, multi-coated lens. They also have 11 levels of brightness for all lighting situations. The lover the light condition, the lower shooters should make the brightness of the sight.
The sights are also nitrogen purged, meaning they are both waterproof and fog proof, and the company made they shockproof. All three come with a two-year warranty, along with a honeycomb sun shade, lens cloth and an installation tool.
Hawke Vantage Red Dot Sights
- Chassis: Aluminum
- Magnification: 1X
- Objective: 20mm, 25mm or 30mm
- Red Dot: 3 MOA
- Illumination: 11 Stages of Brightness
- Focus/Paralax: Fixed
- Battery: CR2032
- Lens Coating: Fully multi-coated, 25 layers
- Rail: Weaver or 9-11mm
- Weight: 4.4 ozs., 6.5 ozs., 8.1 ozs.
- MSRP: $89-$99
For more information about the Hawke Vantage red dot scopes, please visit us.hawkeoptics.com.
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