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Bushnell Ensign 7X35

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I have a Bushnell Binocular that is missing the rubber endcap to the left eyepiece. Do you know where I can get a new rubber endcap?

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    I have Bushnell Ensign 8x25 wide angle binoculars and have lost the right side rubber end.

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Since some models change the size of the eyecaps they use ,your best bet is to take off the other side and mail to bushnell for a proper match

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