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    Posted: September/10/2007 at 16:28
Does anyone know the company that manufactures a neoprene scope cover that covers the entire scope and has a connection system that keeps it  secured to the riflestock/forearm of the rifle? I saw them being used on an outdoor program( Ruger firearms) and it looked like a really slick idea, in my opinion much better than the plastic flip-up type covers. Anyone with any info would you please respond, I would very much appreciate it! Thanks in advance.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Wally Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: September/10/2007 at 20:44

The name of the company is Scopecoat.  I got one to try this year.  I bought it through Cabelas.

 

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Well I found the answer to my own question/post. They're made in Oregon called Scope Shield, found them on ebay. Great product, protects the entire scope not just the lenses and the strap keeps it attached to the riflestock, Won't be chasing it across the windy prairie.
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Originally posted by EagleEyes EagleEyes wrote:

Does anyone know the company that manufactures a neoprene scope cover that covers the entire scope and has a connection system that keeps it  secured to the riflestock/forearm of the rifle? I saw them being used on an outdoor program( Ruger firearms) and it looked like a really slick idea, in my opinion much better than the plastic flip-up type covers. Anyone with any info would you please respond, I would very much appreciate it! Thanks in advance.
 
Actually they are made now in Alaska by the same Jon Stram and can be found by googling up scopeshieldalaska.
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The authentic resource for the original, and still the best best, neoprene scope cover is ScopeShield, Inc. formally known as ScopeShield, LLC. 

I have been using ScopeShield neoprene scope covers for several years, and vouch for the quality of their product, product function, and second to none customer service. These people are awesome! Their official manufacturing centers are in Eugene, Oregon and Price of Wales, Alaska. 

This scope cover design, with the retainer loop, unique to their design, is the brain child of Jon Stram (Google Jon Stram) who own the company in partnership with Emmanuel Rivera, an Internet entrepreneur and a former private military contractor. They stand by their 100% no questions asked guarantee and can be exclusively found on Amazon and on their official website, scopeshieldcover. Look for their unique identifiers.  

The best of luck. 


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Originally posted by Dark Hunter Dark Hunter wrote:

The authentic resource for the original, and still the best best, neoprene scope cover is ScopeShield, Inc. formally known as ScopeShield, LLC. 

I have been using ScopeShield neoprene scope covers for several years, and vouch for the quality of their product, product function, and second to none customer service. These people are awesome! Their official manufacturing centers are in Eugene, Oregon and Price of Wales, Alaska. 

This scope cover design, with the retainer loop, unique to their design, is the brain child of Jon Stram (Google Jon Stram) who own the company in partnership with Emmanuel Rivera, an Internet entrepreneur and a former private military contractor. They stand by their 100% no questions asked guarantee and can be exclusively found on Amazon and on their official website, scopeshieldcover. Look for their unique identifiers.  

The best of luck. 



Correction, Prince of Wales, Alaska. 
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