How to Make Your Binocular Lens Less Visible

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This is my First Instructable so please feel free to give tips and suggestions.So In this Instructable , I'll show you how to Lessen the possibilities of you being spotted easily because of  your Shiny Binocular , Scope , Sight , etc. Lens.

Supplies:

Step 1: What You'll Need

1.Your Binocular , Scope , Sight , etc. with shiny Lens
2.Some Net

Step 2: Cut the Net

Cut the net in Circles for twice as big as your Lens

Step 3: Remove the Lens Cap

Now Luckily the caps on my lens are made of Rubber so easily removed it.

Step 4: Insert the Net Inside the Cap

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    gearup500

    4 years ago

    This is a great idea but you should use a darker lens instead of a net.

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    abstracted

    7 years ago on Introduction

    makes a person wonder why you r trying to hide the reflection off your lenses...not like the critters really care if they see a glint of light off in the distance.....hmmmmmm

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    kelseymh

    7 years ago on Introduction

    This is testing whether Add Comment works, as reported by Gnutella (the author of this I'ble).

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    BMXCra5h

    7 years ago on Step 4

    I thought it might be an ok Idea. But doesnt it also make the binoculars less visible to look threw?

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    GnutellaBMXCra5h

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    No mate. i get that question from my friends all the time ,but when i let them look inside the the binoculars they get amazed, they said and i quote "It's like theres nothing in there".thanks for commenting =)

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    Gnutellarandofo

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Let's say what you're viewing is 100% clear without them nets,if you put nets ,clarity goes down by maybe 3% when its dark.but when its shiny outside you won't even notice the nets.here are images from inside the scope both of them have nets

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