Hello folks. Total noob starting out on the sniping path, gathering up as much information as I can before I get into the field, so as not to get my rocks shot off when my first day comes.
I've seen the DIY sunshade method of concealing one's scope, as well as the commercially available ones and the beehive-style scope covers. However, I'd like to know if anyone has tried making a slit scope, and if so, if they can offer me any advice.
I like to work by the theory that simple solutions are better than complicated ones, generally speaking, so I'm leaning towards just using a few pieces of tape or a self-cling camo wrap cut into strips - one that matches my rifle's camo pattern, preferably.
Any feedback is appreciated.