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I am thinking about buying a 2.5-8 or 3-9 Conquest for a Ruger Hawkeye 338 Federal.  I am planning on using the rifle for low light and foul weather.  Do the new Conquests come with a rainguard?
 
 
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Not to my knowledge. You could try some Parkers Perfect...it will help some. 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: September/13/2009 at 20:11
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 I feel like I should add to my previous post, because I don't want to mislead anyone. The Parker's Perfect is designed to prevent fogging, not to shed water. It's water soluble, so if the lens gets wet, the Parker's Perfect will probably wash off.
Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: September/17/2009 at 16:35
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I thought all top of the line scopes and even most of the others will not fog up....this isn't the case? 

 
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I think for the most part all modern scopes are pretty fog proof, at least from the inside.  Breathing on them is another story though.  Course I have never done that.  Embarrased
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