HHA Optimizer Horizon Review

  1. ADMIN

    ADMIN Administrator

    Mar 6, 2008
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  2. redhaven85

    redhaven85 Well-Known Member

    Dec 28, 2011
    This look interesting. Hopefully someone will make a more compact lighter weight version sometime. For some reason it intrigues me.
  3. Browninglover1

    Browninglover1 Well-Known Member

    Jan 10, 2011
    It really is a cool device and I enjoyed reviewing it. After having it mounted on the gun for awhile you kind of forget it's there but it does take some getting used to. I believe they will retail for around $200.
  4. hatsan 125 sniper

    hatsan 125 sniper Member

    Nov 10, 2015
    Hi , I just getting started in long range shooting with my 22 cal air rifle . I put the HHA on and I'm using the blank tape and making my own marks . My pellet ballistic program tell me my pellet will still be traveling 125 fps at 400 yards . My goal is to get a nice group at 400 yards with a spring powered air rifle . I'm at 100 yards now and working my way out . At 100 yards my scope turrets are centered and no need for tilt yet . My pellet is hitting where my cross hairs meet at 100 yards ,so I'm zeroed at 100 yards with only slight adjustment. I think its a great aid for air rifle shooters that want to see how far away they can hit something .
  5. Drew Theobald

    Drew Theobald New Member

    Jan 20, 2018
    I used my regular HHA optimizer that I originally bought for my crossbow. I am left handed, but shoot a right handed rifle. I was able to clear the bolt on my Remington 700 since the bbarreld action is in a chassis. The nice thing i noticed was that the range needle IS viewable from from the shooting position. Seems to be perfect, actually. Im using the rifle for coyote/varmint hunting and am excited to try it out!