Sniper Country Duty Roster collective wisdom


Anti-Reflection Devices:


Everyone: Get this. Leupold came out with a new ARD (like the Tenabraex KillFlash.) The literature says, and I quote: "The ScopeSmith Anti-Reflection Device (ARD) snaps into 40mm fixed objective scopes that are non-threaded."

But, here's the good part. I sent an email to Leupold and got the reply "The ARD will not fit the LR 3.5-10"!!! Am I the only one that finds this mind-boggling? Not that I'm in love with ARDs, mind you, but it seems rather perplexing... Maybe it was the 12 hours I spent driving this weekend...

Dave <dave@broadsword.com>
San Jose, CA, USA - Monday, February 08, 1999 at 04:08:33 (ZULU) 


Premier Reticles told me the Tenebraex ARD can be used with the scope alone, while the similar Butler Creek honeycomb filter must be used with their scope covers. I don't see any reason, however, why either wouldn't work on the Leupold LR M3 scope???
Bach Melick <tmelick@monbar.com>
New Orleans, LA, USA - Monday, February 08, 1999 at 15:46:49 (ZULU) 
Bach: The Tenebraex ARDs are screw-in, and the LR M3 is unthreaded, so that probably won't work. The Butler Creek Sunshields should work though. By the way, I've expanded the early version of that article I sent you, going into a lot more detail about the Sunshield. Will have it ready when I get my film back and the pictures scanned in, etc. Will email you when it's ready.

Dave <dave@broadsword.com>
San Jose, CA, USA - Monday, February 08, 1999 at 19:49:02 (ZULU) 


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