What do scope covers do?
A scope protection device MUST protect both scope lenses from any weather or field condition confronted WITHOUT FAILING. Rain, humidity, snow, changing temperatures, dust, dirt, mud, etc. – None of these should affect your scope, your scope protection device, or any of it’s protective functions in any way.
Are scope caps universal?
No. Lens caps are not universal, although many are interchangeable. For most lenses with a thread and no built-in hood, all you need to know is the thread-size and you can buy a cap of the same type and diameter.
What are the adjusters on a scope called?
A: The adjustment knobs on the scope are called turrets.
What are the parts of a scope called?
The part of the scope that houses the objective lens is the objective bell, while the section containing the ocular lens is the eyepiece.
Do I need a scope cover?
Why Do You Need Scope Covers A lot of users may feel that they don’t need any protection. But they may forget how one small detail can save the life to your expensive scope. Whether the scope is expensive or not, the scope cap can help to protect its condition.
What Butler Creek covers fit chart?
Butler Creek Flip Scope Cover Sizing Chart
Do you need a lens cap?
Yes, you do need a lens cap. Even if you keep your camera in a bag. Dust, sand, grit and goodness knows what else is in that bag. You scratch that lens – you might as well replace the camera.
Do you chase bullet when sighting in a scope?
No matter where you see the bullet holes in the paper, do not change your point of aim. Keep aiming at the bull’s-eye, or you’ll end up chasing your shots all over the target. It’s OK if you don’t hit the bull’s-eye at first. In fact, it’s almost guaranteed that you won’t.
What is eye relief on a scope?
Eye relief is the distance from the outer surface of the eyepiece lens to the position where the exit pupil is formed (eyepoint). Looking through binoculars from the eyepoint, you can obtain the whole field of view without vignetting.
What is a scope erector?
The erector tube contains all the optical lenses of the riflescope.
What does AO stand for on a scope?
Adjustable Objective (AO) rifle scopes are designed to allow the shooter to focus on the target.