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- 14 layer, fully multi-moated lenses
- wide angle optical system
- 30mm mono-tube chassis for superior strength
- locking speed adjuster ring: 250 to 475 fps
- fixed parallax distance of 50 yards (46 meters)
- glass-etched reticle with red & green illumination
- rheostat on saddle offers 5 levels of brightness
- 1⁄2 MOA low-profile, no-snag, fingertip turrets
- fast focus eye bell & high torque zoom ring
- threaded objective for optional accessories
Scope does not come with rings.
30 mm rings are needed to complete the installation.
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I ordered this scope to upgrade my Stryker Solution LS glass. This scope is amazing at light retention and not washing out the lens with the light on. Great system, took 4 shots to zero on at 20 yards, then just a few more to have the speed dial set up. I would highly recommend this scope. Don't let the 30mm objective fool you, it has a really nice large viewing area.
Great clarity, easy adjustments, and competitive pricing. Wyvern Creations is my go to place.
I bought the Hawke XB-30 Compact scope last year from Wyvern's. While I was shooting my bow right before the season started, the inside reticle turned inside of the scope. It was a rare thing that a Hawke scope would have any issue. The scope is warrantied for life. I was concerned because Hawke no longer made this model scope and wonder if I could realistically get any scope in time for the weekend. I called Hawke and they immediately sent me a $100 upgrade, Hawke XB-30 Pro, before I sent them my old scope. It arrived in two days at no charge. The great after service and warranty from Hawke is worth every penny for this scope, beside it being one of the best bow scopes on the market. I also have a Tenpoint RangeMaster scope that I also bought from Wyvern's and it cannot even come close to the early morning and late evening light transmission capability of this XB-30.
This is an update on my previous review. After nearly 2 years of usage (on my back-up xbow), I still feel this scope is an excellent value. I am now using it as designed with 10 yd increments. I have had no problems, and again, recommend using the base as a trot line weight and using a medium height set of light 30mm rings. To me, it's only serious competitor(I've tried) is an Optimizer with a high level, light rifle scope(which I have on my primary xbow, an early SZ 380). This scope, on a refurbished SZ 380 from Wyvern(which is what I have it on now) , makes for a serious combination still at a comparatively modest price.
I just got this scope so can\'t go into great detail. The optics are a great improvement over the SR scope and are quite good. It isn\'t a vari-power scope; rather, a vari-speed scope. It\'s fixed power depends on your speed setting. With my SZ 380 I am using the 1st 4 crosshairs for 20,40,60, and 80 yds. To do this, I have it on about 235\'/sec setting. It works as advertized at the 360\'/sec setting with my heavy arrows. I like being able to do this but could have gone 20,30,40,50,60 and more for the bottom vertical x-hair mark. The distance measuring is for 1 speed setting only and the fast focus must be reset when changing distances so I don\'t see this as a practical feature. The supplied scope base just adds weight to the already hefty scope. I removed the base and mounted the scope with medium Weaver rings. The optics, the x-hair spacing, the graduated lighted reticles are excellent IMO. Though I mentioned some short commings of this scope, they are greatly over balanced by it\'s positives. I\'d buy it again in a heartbeat.