Butler Creek Reintroduces its Reliably Rugged Rubber Scope Covers with a New Quick Detach Design

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posted on August 16, 2011
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Because of the unique design and fit, the Butler Creek Quick Detach Scope Covers are compatible with a wide range of riflescopes. The scope covers friction-fit inside the eye piece and objective bell of the scope, providing a durable layer of protection during transport and preventing exposure to water and dust. The new quick-detach design from Butler Creek allows shooters to quickly remove the scope covers with one finger. Upon releasing the caps, a tethering system keeps them securely connected to the firearm while the fall-away design ensures they don't impede the optic.

With the new Butler Creek Quick Detach Scope Covers hunters and shooters can cost-effectively protect their scope investment while not having to worry about missing a shot opportunity.

The Quick Detach Scope Covers, with an MSRP of $22.95, are available in three sizes:

  • 40029--Small EP/Small OBJ
  • 40030--Small EP/Large OBJ
  • 40031--Large EP/Large OBJ

To learn more about the Butler Creek Quick Detach Scope Covers or to purchase the product, visit the product page online. For information about Butler Creek and its complete line of shooting accessories, visit butlercreek.com or call 1-800-423-3537.

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