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A "Wyvernized" Ravin R10 comes with a Hawke XB30 compact instead of the factory scope. Any reason to use the Ravin scope instead?
 

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Well, the Hawke has awesome reviews and alot of people like it. For me, the Ravin is perfect (R10), and sight in is spot on. Shot two deer within a couple weeks of owning it-you will find mixed feelings, so far i am satisfied!
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I have had two Hawke XB30 Pros on both of my Scorpyds and I really like them. Easy to set up, they have lighted reticles which I do use on occasion. Crystal clear lens and easy to use etched reticle. There are other great quality scopes but the XB30 Pros have worked really well for me. I do have an extra Hawke XB30 for sale in Market Place.
 

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What model UTG?
Surprisingly impressive scope. 3-9x32 mill dot single CH setup. Works fantastic on HHA. A bit heavy but you can see a dime clearly at 60 yards. Very compact for a Xbow.
 

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Definitely worth the $60 upgrade to the XB30!


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From what I have been told the factory Ravin scope does not like low light conditions. So I’m looking for a XB30 2.5-8x36 if anyone has one for sale.
 
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