In the above pictures are the Leather Scope caps that I make. As all things that I do it started as something I couldn’t find or didn’t like what was out there so I decided to make my own. At first they were pretty crude but after many sets they evolved into what is pictured. For several years I would mostly give them to friends but for the time involved and the demand I decided to sell them on a limited basis. If you should inquire as to deliverability please keep in mind that they take approximately 2 weeks to finish one set given the dry times and work load. Below is a list of scope models that I currently make.
Note: I do not make caps for old military sniper rifle scopes; I do not make caps with a connecting strap, such items as this would be best contracted thru a local tack or saddle shop.
Caps are available for:
Nightforce Benchrest – 12 x 42 x 56
Nightforce Benchrest – 8 x 32 x 56
Nightforce NXS – 12 x 42 x 56
Nightforce NXS – 8 x 32 x 56
Nightforce Competition 15 x 55 x 52
Nightforce Comp Fixed 42x
IOR Valdada 36x
Leupold BRD’s 36X
Leupold LCS 35X – 45X Comp Series
Leupold FX-3 All Powers (Also fits 40mm AO Shades)
Leupold VXII Tactical/ NON-AO
Leupold NON-AO w/ 1.945 Objective Diameter
Leupold VX3 8.5 x 25 x 50mm
March 40 thru 60 BR
Sightron SII 36×42 BRD
Sightron SII Big Sky 36×42 BRD
Weaver T 36X New Model (not the same as old steel tube)
Weaver T 36x Old Steel Tube (all T series of this vintage may be the same)
There may be other models I can fit but would need an accurate caliper measurement of both ends to see if my dies will cross over.
If you wish to inquire just type your questions in the (leave a reply) box at the bottom of this page, this will be sent to my personal account and I will respond to you by email after that. I do not post my personal email account on this site for spam reasons.
New, leather muzzle protectors with Velcro tightening band. (Muzz-muff)
I have been asked for several years to come up with and make some sort of muzzle protector. What I have in the pic above is the end product. I have tested this on my own rifles now for 2 years and haven’t lost one yet. This is something that happens to the neoprene caps or whatever else I have used in the past, they disappear to somewhere.
The formed inner diameter is .900 nominal, with an oil finish to keep costs down. One should be able to fit most any muzzle diameter up or down by .100 and if it doesn’t fit up they can be wet and formed to your muzzle.
I have plans to do some sort of stamping or printing on them in the future……
Cost at this time is $20 plus shipping, will find most economical method.