Owning a firearm for hunting or tactical shooting requires investments in quality gun accessories and gun-related products that will ensure comfortable handling, safe storage, and damage-less transportation. If these little secondary things fail because of the poor quality, it directly affects your shooting experience. That’s why, ideally, you should never scrimp on gun accessories investing in only field-proven high-quality supplies.
Butler Creek started in 1930 in the basement of founder De Vissing. Vissing’s friend challenged him to create a product to keep the scope lenses dry and ready for use. De Vissing came with a sophisticated solution that quickly caught on with rifle shooters - scope covers. Several decades later, the Heckerman brothers bought the company and diversified into gun slings, straps, and magazine loaders. Today, the brand is under the umbrella of Vista Outdoor Inc.
Butler Creek Scope Caps & Covers
Butler Creek scope covers include an array of designs to meet various needs of shooters and hunters. If you want a cap that protects your optics from adverse weather conditions but allows you to see through the lens, you should try the Blizzard see-through cover. Its lens is made of optical-grade polymer for increased light transmission and clarity. If you own multiple scopes, you’ll appreciate the Element. It’s a modular-interchangeable scope cap with a stretchable sleeve for multiple diameters.
All Butler Creek scope covers and scope flip-up cups feature silent spring hinges, a fast flip-open design, and tight leak-proof construction.
Other Butler Creek Supplies
The company manufactures a variety of gun sling designs. The Butler Creek rifle slings from the Comfort Stretch series feature flexible neoprene with an elastic backing that dramatically reduces felt weight. The Featherlight slings for shotguns and rifles feature cut-out slots and foam design, significantly reducing overall weight.
At Gritr Sport, you can purchase Butler Creek magazines, magazine loaders for AR-15 and AK-47, and universal single- and double-stack mag loaders. If you have a firearm with a traditional wooden stock, consider the Butler Creek stock recoil pad that fits the Ruger 10/22 and other rifles and shotguns.