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Sam Moya

Kill flash/Lens protector.

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Hey all.

So for a while now I've been looking for a lens protector for my rifles scope,

Now I either have to pay an arm and a leg or play the guessing game on eBay and hope I get the correct part.

No, not happening, so here below is anot easys guide on how to make one yourself. Only cost around 10 pounds including paint.

Fingers crossed I got the image links right..

 

https://imgur.com/Qa1KTTC

 

So first I bought this piece of mesh from BnQ

 

http://i.imgur.com/ZiKrghi.jpg

 

You'll want to draw around your scopes sunshade and add these four points at each side (circle,sides yeah I know)

 

http://i.imgur.com/qAPLyQZ.jpg

 

Place over your sun shade.

 

http://i.imgur.com/6Jlhkvp.jpg

 

Now gently push your lens cap over the top of the mesh... or if you don't have a lens cap you can just use some strong sniper tape electrical tape etc.

 

http://i.imgur.com/8VF25Cx.jpg

 

End product.

 

http://i.imgur.com/V5qonFL.jpg

 

Just to show you can't see the mesh through the scope.

 

So there you go people I hope this helped, I recommend some sharp wire snips for this makes it all very simple.

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How many shots at 5m 1J to break it? I use these mesh for keeping insects and i have difficulty imagining it's able to cope with shots from closer than that.

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I've fired my KSC USP at almost point blank (couple inches away) and it took about 5 shots to really dent the mesh. I think at any real range, say 30 feet away you'd be laughing.

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