Brand New! Internal Scope Caps – SHOT Show 2020

What if you had a super robust scope cap that didn’t hinge out on the side, obstructing your view? And one that could limit light transmission if needed? Enter the ISC by Lirces3.

To find out more, please visit Lirces3.

For a lot of people, a scope is an investment.  This holds especially true when you get into long range shooting and the price of the optic can end up being on par with your rifle, or even more expensive in some cases.  Which brings us to protecting your lenses.  Here you have a scope worth hundreds if not thousands of dollars and we are relying on a $10 flimsy piece of plastic to protect our investment?  That is where Lirces 3 comes in with their Internal Scope Cap (ISC).

The Internal Scope Cap is a completely different look at the way we view scope caps.

What is an Internal Scope Cap?  Pretty much exactly what it sounds like.  It is a unit that can be directly threaded onto your optic and features an internal aperture similar to a camera lens.  As you twist the outer ring, you respectively open and close the aperture.

On top of that, the ISC can be had with one or two lenses built-in, lending additional protection.  And depending on the model, they can be ordered with a removable honeycomb kill-flash, to reduce detection.

The ISC can be used in conjunction with a kill-flash in order to reduce detection.

Where the ISC really comes into it’s own is with the adjustable aperture.  Rather than being binary, open or closed, it can be partially opened.  This can be used to adjust the amount of light coming into the scope.  Allowing the user to reduce glint, glare and eye strain, depending on the conditions.

The user can adjust the iris to reduce the amount of light coming into the scope if need be.

While I haven’t had a chance to use the ISC in the field, I am intrigued by the concept.  The ability to protect the lens and also limit light depending on the situation sounds awesome.  All of the units are made with aluminum construction for durability and an over-molded rubber adjustment ring that won’t warp in the heat.

With the aperture all the way open, the user gets full light transmission.

Lirces 3 is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business, serving both the civilian and military markets.  The ISC can be found in a few different versions and are available for most any optic, from CQB up to Spotting Scopes.  Prices range from $150 and up, depending on if the objective lens is a custom size.

To find out more, please visit Lirces3.

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About the author: Ivan Loomis has spent a lot of time outdoors, backpacking and camping as well as extensive international travel. Eventually, he landed in the Marine Corps in the late 90’s. After a hiatus from the service to race the Baja 1000 a couple times, he reenlisted with the Air Force. Departing that he wound up in a large metropolitan Police Department for a spell before landing in the Security Contracting world.One constant through these experiences was gear and weapons. Having spent time in a lot of environments and with the opportunity to field a lot of equipment, he’s grown fond of well-made gear.He now shares those experiences, adventures, and knowledge through contributing articles and videos to various publications, including his own site: www.kitbadger.com

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