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You could always contact the company that made the scope and ask them if you have the option to order replacement caps, otherwise, you might look into calling around to some of you local optic shops. Most stores that specialize in cameras, binoculars, and other related optical devices are very likely to have some of these caps just laying around and may even be willing to give you a couple free of charge. Other than that, you could always consider using condoms like the military. I know it looks kinda funny, but it's waterproof, and definitely get the job done. Like I said though, I would try calling around to some optical retailers. Hope this proves to be useful. Have a great night!
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
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