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Butler Creek Objective Flip-Open Scope Caps, #33

Item # 402839
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Key Features

  • Watertight friction mounts

  • Airtight semi o-ring

  • Silent spring hinges

  • Tested to -40°

Our Price   $9.99

Availability: In Stock

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Product Description
Butler Creek's Objective Flip-Open Scope Caps feature a fast, flip-open design so you can keep your eye on your target. The silent spring hinges won't spook game, and the caps anchor to your scope with custom-fit, watertight friction mounts. An airtight semi o-ring keeps out dust and moisture for clear viewing.

Warranty: 3 years
Size #33 Scope Cap
Objective Dia. (in./mm) 2.04"/51.9 mm

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Butler Creek Objective Flip-Open Scope Caps

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Not for my hunting style

By Bob the Reasonable

from Ludington, MI

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Verified Buyer


  • Easy To Use


  • Got in the way
  • Somewhat clumsy

Best Uses

  • Depends

Comments about Butler Creek Objective Flip-Open Scope Caps:

Although the covers are easy to use and adaptable I found when you flipped them open and pointed your weapon out the blind windows they tended to catch on the window edges.
I also found it awkward when I adjusted my variable scope as the cover latches/ear pieces were then in a different and uncomfortable location.

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