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    Posted: December/24/2014 at 10:13

Hi all,


I have a Leupold Ultimate Slam 2-7X33 on a sexy TC Arms Pro Hunter FX.  I want to purchase Leupold Alumina Lens covers - but I don't know what size to get for the ocular lens.  Any help here?  I found the objective lens cover ... but can't find the ocular size to save my own life.

Thanks in advance.

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Nice scope.
 
For the ocular you will need:
Stock # - LEU59055
  • Warning will only fit 2004 and newer Leupold scopes
  • Flip-Back
  • Sold Individually
  • Will work in conjunction with Alumina Rubber Eyepiece
For the objective you will use:
Stock # - LEU59035
  • Warning will only fit 2004 and newer Leupold scopes
  • Flip-Back
  • Sold Individually
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Wow that was quick - thank you and Happy Holidays!


Cheers!


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Matt
 
Merry Christmas. BTW, I thoroughly enjoyed your writings on the SS 1-4. Excellent review.
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Thanks!  It's so easy to write a review on something you really enjoy. 

Still my favorite scope on the AR.  Nothing comes close to the value and features that scope delivers.

Those Leupold scope covers are wicked expensive...so I had to order them while I still had some cash in the account.  Rounding January - I'm more than sure my discretionary income would evaporate amid my 3 kids and house bills! lol...

Spend it quick gentlemen!!!!

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Expensive but worth it. I love my Alumina lens covers. 
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Agreed....temporary pain, but long term gain.  Best option out there.  I have them on my 308 hunting rifle and swear by them. 
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Originally posted by Hokie1850 Hokie1850 wrote:

Agreed....temporary pain, but long term gain.  Best option out there.  I have them on my 308 hunting rifle and swear by them. 

Yep. I got them on my .223 "Truck Gun". 


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