Practical Riflescope Accessories

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posted on August 15, 2016
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A. Designed with input from law-enforcement agencies, the Scopecoat XP-6 “Flak Jacket” fits large, variable-power riflescopes with tall turrets, including the Leupold Mark 4. It also boasts three times more neoprene and nylon construction than standard models, for greater total-optic protection from dirt, dings and scratches while in the field. Color options include Black, Natural Gear Camouflage and Coyote Brown.
MSRP: $20
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B. Available in various configurations and sizes for a multitude of riflescopes, the flip-up design of Butler Creek Scope Covers forms an airtight seal to safeguard your optics from the elements, but pops open with the mere push of a button.
MSRP: $8.95 to $18.45
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C. A hassle-free way to clean optics, the Cabela’s Green Lens Pen features an all-natural, retractable brush for removing dust/debris from lenses without scratching them. Opposite, a chamois tip containing a non-liquid cleaner keeps the glass smudge-free. There’s even a protective cap that replenishes the compound after use.
MSRP: $9.99
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D. Used by U.S. Army, Navy, Marines and Special Forces, the Tenebraex ARD (Anti-Reflection Device) uses honeycomb cell technology in a field-practical way to hide telltale reflections from a scope’s objective lens. Available in six sizes, ARDs are used in conjunction with appropriate Butler Creek Scope Covers.
MSRP: $17.99 to $99.99
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E. Heavy-duty Badger Ordnance Standard 30 mm Scope Rings are machined from 6061 alloy steel and serial numbered, and include a Mil-Spec type III hardcoat-anodized finish for added corrosion resistance. The robust rings feature ½-inch-diameter nuts that secure large optics to hard-recoiling rifles with Picatinny-style bases.
MSRP: $168
badgerordnance.com

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