Re: Rain X on a scope?
JWP I wish I had that kind of control.
At 10,000 plus feet I am working hard to breath just sitting still. You add running to get into position for a shot, the adrenalin of getting to take a shot I have been waiting on for years and looking over a scope to see a critter or just waiting behind the scope waiting on a shot and everything that goes with moment and I am going to breath on that scope.
Heck I thought I was trying to un-complicate things.
Thanks for everyone’s feed back, I think I will try the stuff recommend by Leupold and see if it works. If nothing else it will help my eye-glasses and binos from fogging up in the rain.