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Hawk Scopes Using Manual

Congratulations on your purchase of Hawk Scopes. It is a high-precision and high performance optical instrument constructed of aircraft-grade indestructible materials and assembled by experienced highly skilled craftsmen.All Hawk scopes are 100% waterproof,fog proof and shockproof.
This manual will explain to you how to use scopes’ various functions and how to maintain it. Please carefully read this manual before use.


Warning: ! Never look at the sun with the scope which may permanently damage your eyes
For Ocular lens adjustment, there are 2 types ---Fast focus eyebell and Standard eyebell with locking ring.
1) Keep the scope 3 or 4 inch from your eye and look through the ocular lens at a blank, flat, and bright area such as the sky or a wall.
2)Turn the eyepiece until you get a clear reticle image.
If you can not get a sharp, instant and defined reticle, loosen the locking-ring(for standard eyebell with locking ring) and turn the eyepiece a few turns(either direction).
Quickly glance through the scope again, if the reticle image has improved, but is not still perfect, continue turning it until you get a clear reticle image. Then tighten the locking ring(for standard eyebell with locking ring) .
3) If the reticle becomes worse, turn the eyepiece in the opposite direction.


Never look at the sun with the scope which may permanently damage your eyes.
Make sure that your firearm is not loaded to ensure the safe use of your firearm.
1) Choose the correct ring to fit your scope tube and the firearm bases.
There are 2 types of scope tubes--1” and 30mm. Choose the best ring to fit the scope tube and the firearm bases.
2) Fix the ring on the firearm base .-- Don’t fully tighten the ring’s screws.
Over tightening the rings will damage the scope and affect its performance or even render it inoperable.
3) Lay the scope into the ring.--Make sure the scope is mounted as low as possible without touching the barrel, rear sight or the receiver. If your firearm is with high levels recoil, make sure that there’s adequate eye relief during the scope’s installation in the firearm to well avoid eye injury.
4) Adjust the scope forward or backward to get the full field of view. Look through the scope in a normal shooting position and adjust the scope either forward or backward until you can find the furthest point forward(to ensure maximum eye relief) which allows you to get a full field of view.
5) Rotate the scope until the reticle pattern perpendicular to the firearm bore and the Elevation turret is positioned on top of the scope.
6) Tighten the ring’s screws on each side to make it firmly and steadily fixed on the firearm.


1) Look along the firearm bore to a predetermined target. Put the firearm in a steady rest position, open the firearm action and look along the firearm bore to a predetermined target ( approximately 50 yards).
2) Set the scope parallax ring at 50 yards and the scope to mid-power. If the scope has “Adjustable Objective Focusing Ring” or “Side Focus”, set them at 50 yards. And set the Power to mid-power.
3) Adjust the Windage/Elevation Turrets until the reticle on the center of the target.
You need remove the caps of Windage/Elevation Turrets. For Windage turret, clockwise adjustments move the impact point left; counter clockwise adjustments move the impact point right. For Elevation turret, clockwise adjustments lower the impact point; counter clockwise adjustments raise the impact point.


All shooting should be carried out at an approved range or other safe area.
! Eye and ear protections are recommended.
! Make sure that there’s no any obstruction in the bore before zero sighting with live ammunition. Any obstruction will cause serious damage to the gun or possible injury to yourself and others nearby.
1) Set the parallax to the distance that you normally shoot.

For Non-parallax adjustable scopes,parallax is set at 100 yards for shots in short-range and 3inchs higher at 100yards for shots in long-range.
For scopes with Parallax adjustment(Front Adjustable objective/ Side focus) , users can correct parallax error at any target distance.
2) Set scope to highest power and fire 3 rounds at a target. Set the variable power scope to highest power and fire 3 rounds at a target from a steady rest position.
3) Observe the point of impact and correct the aim.  Observe the point of impact on the target and correct the aim by adjusting the Windage/Elevation turrets.
4) Repeat until point of aim and point of impact are the same. When you are satisfied with the zero, replace the turrets caps.


You can choose the scopes with Illuminated reticle according to your needs.
Generally the illumination rheostat is located on top of eyebell or on the third turret.
1) The rheostat is adjustable for varying degrees of illumination from high to low.
2) High brightness settings are used for daytime when ambient light is bright. This will allow the reticle to be visible against the backgrounds.
Low brightness settings are recommended to use in low light conditions, such as a dawn or dusk.
3) Reticles are black in the OFF position or when the battery is defective.
4) The illumination rheostat is powered by coin style lithium battery.


Each Hawk scope is a precision instrument worthy of high attention and care. Never try to disassemble or clean the scope internally.
1, Scopes’ correct clean:
1) Keep the protective lens cover in place when the scope is not used.
2) Keep the external lens coating clean. The external lens coatings should be wiped clean with lens cloth provided with scopes. Remove the external dust with a soft brush to avoid scratching the lens.
3) The clean of scope external surface. A silicone impregnated cleaning cloth is recommended to clean the scope external surface against corrosion.

2, Scopes’ safe storage:

1) Moisture requirement. Store the scopes in a moisture-free environment.
2) Temperature requirement. Never store the scopes in places with high temperatures,such as Passenger Compartments of vehicles on hot days. High temperature could adversely affect the lubricants and sealants.
3) Avoid direct sunlight. The direct sunlight entrance into the objective or ocular lens will cause the concentration(burning effect) of the sun’s rays passing through the scope.

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