ADJUSTABLE SCOPE MOUNTS
For Hawke scopes and sights.
HAWKE ADJUSTABLE SCOPE RINGS
£32.00p per pair
For 1 3/16 / 30mm diameter body tube rifle scopes.
Height ~ 54mm / 2.1″.
Weight ~ 114 grams / 4oz.
For 1" / 25mm diameter body tube rifle scopes.
Height ~ 51mm / 2″.
Weight ~ 142 grams / 5oz.
To get the most out of your optical setup it is always recommended to have your riflescope optically centered.
When zeroing at close or long distances, it is common for the turrets to reach the end of their adjustment.
The solution - Hawke Adjustable Mounts.
Hawke adjustable height / MOA scope mounts.
High profile mounts, to accommodate larger objective scopes.
Adjustable elevation ~ compensation of +/- 30 MOA.
Double torx screws to hold your scope firmly in place.
Fixings (rail & top cap) ~ double hex screw.
Internal cushion tape prevents marking and damage.
Precision engineered from high grade aluminium with rounded edges prevent scope damage.
Anodized in matte black.
MORE INFORMATION ON THE '22140' DOVETAIL MOUNT:
Adjustable two piece mounts.
Reversible dovetail clamp that fits 9-11mm and 3/8 inch.
Configuration ~ two piece.
With retractable 'Recoil Stop' pin.
Ring size diameter ~ 30mm.
Rail type ~ 9-11mm / 3.8".
MORE INFORMATION ON THE '22302' WEAVER MOUNT:
Adjustable one piece droop compensating mount.
With crossbar for additional security.
Ring size diameter ~ 1″ / 25.4mm.
Rail type ~ 20mm Weaver / Picatinny.
They feature a turn dial the moves both rings at the same time.
Once the riflescope is in the approximate zero zone, the mount can be secure using the hex key provided.
A true zero can be achieved using the riflescope turrets.
HM7220 - One Piece 1" Weaver – Fitting and Adjustment Instructions:
- Loosen the two side plate clamping screws.
- Place the Hawke adjustable base onto the mounting surface (weaver style base or 9-11mm dovetail, depending on the model number).
- Ensure that the locking lug (weaver) or the stop pin (9-11mm) are in the correct position.
- Tighten the two side plate clamping screws.
- Remove the ring cap screws.
- Place the scope in the rings and reassemble the ring caps, leaving the screws loose enough that the scope will still move.
- Adjust the scope for proper eye relief by moving it front to back in the rings until a full view is seen through the scope.
- Rotate the scope left to right until the crosshair is vertical to the adjustable base.
- Tighten the ring cap screws.
- Shoot the rifle at the desired sight in distance.
- Make the elevation adjustments with the adjustment wheel located at the back of the base.
- Once elevation adjustment is complete, lock the adjustment wheel into place by tightening the small grub screw located on the left side of the base just below the adjustment wheel.
- Use your scopes windage adjustment turret to make the left to right sight in point correct.
High powered air rifles deliver a punishing recoil, which can shake a riflescope out of zero if the scope mounts are not designed to withstand that recoil.