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#1 CA Desert Dog

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Posted 16 March 2011 - 08:35 AM

We managed to snag a few of this new, hot selling night scope. The Brits got the lion's share of the first shipment but we have some inventory. Our main shipment won't be in until May. The new Digital Nite-Eye scopes are really sweet. I just bought one for myself. If you hunt at night, this scope is a must. Here are some of the features:The all new Night Eye Digital series contains the same great side focus optical system as the Varmint SF, with addition of a larger objective lens for increased light gathering at dawn and dusk. There is wide a choice of specially crafted glass-etched reticles, including the ballistic MAP 6A.Hawke Nite Eye Digital features a unique day/night selectable blue or red digital illumination system designed to work in harmony with your eye’s natural sensory characteristics. The Nite Eye system offers 24 levels of blue or red illumination and it even memorizes your settings, thereby avoiding unwanted night blindness. The lowest settings cannot be seen in daylight. A battery indicator and auto-shut-off ensure you won’t be left in the field without illumination.The New Hawke Nite-Eye Digital riflescopes have been specifically designed to meet the needs of hunters who require supreme optics for shooting in low light conditions such as dawn or dusk, at night or in wooded areas.Extreme accuracy is achieved with a precise side focus knob with smooth operation ensuring the image can be focused so that it is parallax free at all distances. All Nite-Eye SF scopes adjust parallax from 10-yards to infinity (except the 6-24 model, parallaxes from 15yds).There are four exciting reticles to choose from – The popular SR6 the SR12 and all new one-half Mil Dot and MAP 6A. All reticles are glass etched for sharp illumination, increased strength and fine detail.As a bonus, all of these reticles are compatible with Hawke’s free Ballistic Reticle Calculator (BRC) software. The BRC allows the reticle aim points to be calculated to all rifle round trajectories.The objective lenses in the Nite-Eye Digital series are all oversized 50mm,favoured by sporting shooters due to the brightness, clarity and low light performance. The optical system is all new with fully multi-coated lenses throughout. The image is crisp, bright and holds even contrast. The all new Hawke Nite-Eye Digital series features all weather grips and a zoom thumb bump. The objective end is threaded to accept sunshades. Low, non-intrusive, turrets give precise clicks and repeatable accuracy. The click value is one quarter inch M.O.A.FEATURES SUMMARY: Intelligent digital illumination, Side focus parallax, New glass etched reticles, ‘True View’ FMC optics, One quarter inch M.O.A BDC hi-grip turrets, One inch Matte black body tube, Fast focus eye bell, Parallax adjustable 50mm objective, Flip-open lens covers, Waterproof, shockproof and fog proof, Hawke Worldwide warranty and backed by RedHunterLLC’s unmatched customer service. Magnifications and reticle choices are as follows:2.5-10x50 SF (Map 6A), HK51403-12x50 SF (10x Half MD), HK51423-12 X 50 SF (Map 6A), HK51413-12 X 50 SF (SR6), HK51454-16 X 50 SF (10x Half MD), HK51434-16 X 50 SF (SR6), HK51466-24 X 50 SF (10x Half MD), HK51446-24 X 50 SF (SR12), HK5147See the listing at the RedHunterLLC store for pricing and availability. E-mail me or PM me with any questions.

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Posted 16 March 2011 - 04:11 PM

Ordered one today, thanks Red.

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Posted 16 March 2011 - 05:23 PM

You're welcome Haywood. Give me a shout when you get your new Hawke Digital Nite-Eye scope. You should have it by Wednesday of next week. I am confident that you will be very impressed with that scope. Also, please post your comments regarding your impressions of your new Nite-Eye scope. I dropped you an e-mail with the UPS tracking info. Thanks for shopping with RedHunterLLC. :good:

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Posted 16 March 2011 - 06:00 PM

Will do!

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Posted 16 March 2011 - 08:08 PM

just ordered one myself.

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Posted 16 March 2011 - 08:41 PM

Be Aware!Sniperscopes * 468. Any person who knowingly buys, sells, receives, disposes of, conceals, or has in his possession a sniperscope shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, punishable by a fine not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000) or by imprisonment in the county jail for not more than one year, or by both such fine and imprisonment. As used in this section, sniperscope means any attachment, device or similar contrivance designed for or adaptable to use on a firearm which, through the use of a projected infrared light source and electronic telescope, enables the operator thereof to visually determine and locate the presence of objects during the nighttime. This section shall not prohibit the authorized use or possession of such sniperscope by a member of the armed forces of the United States or by police officers, peace officers, or law enforcement officers authorized by the properly constituted authorities for the enforcement of law or ordinances; nor shall this section prohibit the use or possession of such sniperscope when used solely for scientific research or educational purposes.Link to Attorney Generals site.You'd want to have your ducks in a row before you discussed your nite scope with an LEO.

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Posted 17 March 2011 - 04:24 AM

:good: There is an obvious misconception here. The key phrase in that law you have quoted is, “through the use of a projected infrared light source and electronic telescope, enables the operator thereof to visually determine and locate the presence of objects during the nighttime.” This law, in no way, applies to the Hawke Nite-Eye rifle scope.The Hawke Nite-Eye rifle scope has no active electronic “light enhancing circuitry”, nor does it project any independent light source (infrared or otherwise). It is a totally passive device, 100% legal in California.The reason the Hawke Nite-Eye works so well in low light and at night is due to its efficient optical design. The combination of lens quality, proprietary lens coatings and mechanical design make it highly efficient at light gathering and the transfer of the existing ambient light to the shooter’s eye. The digitally controlled, illuminated etched glass reticle is also a key component that makes for quick target acquisition in low light.The law you have quoted does not apply in any respect to the Hawke Nite-Eye. Simply stated, the Nite-Eye is a very efficient, well designed rifle scope that will legally give the night hunter an added edge in low light conditions or when hunting using a hand-held, dim hunting light.




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