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As the title suggests is it possible to keep the lens on a scope dry. The last day I was playing the grass was very wet and it rained from time to time. The lens on my scope got all wet and made seeing through it difficult. I was able to wipe moisture away with my glove but it would only last a little while. Any ideas?


I was just looking at lens covers for scopes. Would they be a good way of keeping water off? I cant seek to find any the right size for my scope. Its a 4x32 scope. If anyone knows where I could get lens covers for this scope please put a link here.

If you have other ideas Im all ears.
 

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I'm thinking a sunshade that actually threads into your scope would keep the lenses pretty dry except for when you have your rifle slung onto your shoulder.
 

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I think the main reason that the scope got so wet was that I had to skull-drag alot to avoid being seen while passing an enemy position. I think if I had the scope covers, I could have stoped the lens from becoming so wet until I was ready to fire.
 
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