Swarovski Habicht 1.25 4 × 24 Riflescope
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Safari hunting up close means a fast-moving game and a two-eyed view of the optics in your quarry. Where high-performance optics is too short, the hawk PH provides 1.25 to 4 × 24 SR-scope rapid target acquisition and the ability to relatively easily perform all-important follow shots.
The magnification range of this riflescope is well suited for close and personal shots up to medium distances. The 1.25 to 4 times magnification offers you a very wide field with the lower power settings, while the selection of up to 4 times magnification significantly enlarges smaller or more distant targets.
Early morning and late afternoon hunting can be effective. These hours of the day are the times that most challenge your eyes, talents, and visual system. You certainly don’t want to do without this one-off exposure because your optics are too weak. You need a riflescope with the highest possible light transmission. This hawk 1.25-4 × 24 offers an amazingly bright picture. The combination of its enormous exit pupil and Swarovski’s world-class optics and coating gives you the head start you need when you need it most.
This riflescope is an excellent choice for twilight hunters looking for optics that can do it all. Its modest profile and robust construction are ideal for hunting in wooded areas, mountain regions, and stalking game through dense undergrowth. Regardless of whether you are hunting a mule deer that is running over a cutover or an angry hippopotamus that has you in the crosshairs – with the Swarovski Habicht PH 1,25-4 × 24, you will reach your target quickly and precisely.
- 0.36 MOA wing and height adjustments
- 30mm the main pipe is nitrogen purged for water, fog, and dustproof performance
- Four-point coil spring suspension ensures shock resistance for high-caliber firearms
- Patented zero point setting system enables precise setting of the point of impact without tools
- Microstructural grooves prevent residual reflections inside the tube for bright, high-contrast images, even in backlight.
Swarovski Habicht PH
Swarovski Habicht PH (Professional Hunter) riflescopes have light 30 mm primary tubes, metric precision settings, Swaroop and Swarodur anti-reflective coatings for maximum light transmission/color rendering, the reticle in the first focal plane, and a telescopic, recoil-damped eyecup.
Swarovski mounting rail
The innovative SR (Swarovski Rail) mounting rail system is available from selected offers within the Swarovski riflescope family. The integrated fine-toothed rail prevents any movement of the rifle scope, regardless of the caliber or recoil of your weapon. Two finely crafted mounting bases with matching teeth engage in the rail on the underside of the riflescope and thus ensure a stable, repeatable and reliable mounting solution. By eliminating the traditional mounting rings, the SR system eliminates unsightly and devastating puncture marks on the main barrel of your riflescope.
To mount a Swarovski riflescope with an SR rail, you must purchase a slotted Weaver rail or base and install it on your receiver. Also, a pair of Swarovski Cross Slot Mount Bases must be used to adapt the scope to the weapon. This is a precision mounting system, and as such, it is recommended that a qualified gunsmith attach the mounting bases to your receiver to ensure they are properly seated and perfectly aligned with the axis of your bore.
CD reticle in the first focal plane
The CD reticle has a circle point configuration for quick target acquisition. Three medium and long posts at 3, 6, and 9 o’clock draw your attention to the center of your optics. A single point indicates the intersection of fine crosshairs and individual vertical stages. On the post, there is an inconspicuous circle that surrounds the intersection of the crosshair and point.
With this riflescope, the reticle is in the 1st focal plane. As a result, the depth of field of the reticle is retained over the entire magnification range.