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Sporting Equipment Manufacturer
I have noticed some shooters who bring in their Fullbore target rifles for servicing or rebarrelling ,
that very little consideration is given to the expensive optics they use in their foresights namely the Eagle-eye's.
The bore solvent that is sprayed from the muzzle when using a bronze brush is finding its way into the front
tunnel and covering the lenses.
This is not only hampering the shooter but I would imagine damaging the Eagle-Eye , As a benchrest competitor when cleaning
our rifles, it is not uncommon in our cleaning process to replace the lense covers on the Target scopes we use because of this problem
So when you realise that the bore solvent can reach our scopes it will surely be covering your front sights
And to combat this problem find some soft plastic caps and cover both sides of the front sight.
Last Modified - 14:20 10 Feb 2008