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Old 01-25-2007, 05:54 PM
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butler creek caps and anti glare

Where is the best place to buy these ?

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Old 01-27-2007, 09:56 AM
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Re: butler creek caps and anti glare

I don't know about the anti-glare, but get ahold of Bill Baily or lerch from this site about the caps. That's where I got mine....they're good guys.
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Re: butler creek caps and anti glare

By Anti-glare do you mean honeycomb thingies? If so be aware that they can affect image definition.
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Re: butler creek caps and anti glare

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I don't know about the anti-glare, but get ahold of Bill Baily or lerch from this site about the caps. That's where I got mine....they're good guys.
Nick

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Thanks bud!!

We have the caps for I think $6.50/ea. Don't hold me to that price though. I'm not sure what you mean by the antiglare either???
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Re: butler creek caps and anti glare

as Chris said..... "the honeycomb thingies" lol
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as Chris said..... "the honeycomb thingies" lol

[/ QUOTE ]If antiglare is REAL important look here
http://www.camouflage.com/sunguard.php

But seriously unless your life depends on stopping glare I'd think twice. On low power scopes the grill creates a fuzzy image due to simple basics of physics - it's called diffraction grating. Basically yo get loads of ALMOST superimposed images. If you NEED clarity get a BIG sunshade.
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Old 01-29-2007, 12:43 AM
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Re: butler creek caps and anti glare

Chris,

thanks a lot. I ordered a 3" sunshade for it..... I appreciate the post...

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