New Heavy-Duty, Locking Flip-Up Lens Caps for Nightforce Riflescopes

Nightforce Flip Caps
Nightforce Flip Caps
Nightforce Optics
Nightforce Optics

Orofino, ID -(AmmoLand.com)- Owners of Nightforce ATACR and full-size NXS riflescopes can now benefit from the most rugged, well-made protective flip-up lens caps on the market.

The new lens caps, manufactured to Nightforce specifications by Tenebraex, provide both superb protection and extreme functionality in the field. For the riflescope’s objective lens, an adapter screws into the objective’s threads; for the eyepiece, the adapter clamps on.

The caps themselves then securely lock into place onto the adapters. Both caps flip up with finger pressure. Once open, the caps can be locked into place with slight backwards pressure. The caps can be rotated to provide the opening angle preferred by the shooter. This is especially helpful on the eyepiece to provide clearance for bolt handles or charging handles.

Nightforce lens caps are made of extremely tough, heavy-duty black plastic. Unlike lesser quality covers, they will not accidentally detach from the riflescope, nor are they affected by extreme environments. Nightforce flip up caps are designed specifically for high-quality riflescopes, providing years of effective protection against dust, moisture, abrasion and scratches. Quick and easy to use in the field, they are designed to remain on the riflescope at all times.

Nightforce Flip Caps
Nightforce Flip Caps

Retailing for $90.00 for a set of two, Nightforce flip-up lens caps are as robust and reliable as the riflescopes they protect. They are available at Nightforce dealers nationwide.

For more information, call 208.476.9814 or visit www.NightforceOptics.com.

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For more information, visit www.NightforceOptics.com.

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