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GG&G EOTech XPS Flip Up Lens Covers Spring Operated Single Hand Operation
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Manufacturer: GG&G GGG-1272
Item: GGG-1272
UPC: 813157001888

The Lens Covers For The XPS fit between the EOTech hood and the body of the EOTech housing. They are spring operated so that once pressure is applied to release them from the closed position, they spring open. The rear cover lays across the top, so as not to interfere with the field of view. The front cover opens and serves as a sun shield. However, if heavy brush etc. is encountered, the front lens cover will fold back so that it is not damaged. Because of the contours of the EOTech housing, these covers are not 100% waterproof, but they do prevent most dust, debris, rain and snow from accumulating on the lenses. These unique lens covers can be easily operated with either hand to provide flexibility of operation. The design and methodology is so unique that it was awarded a patent.

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2.0 Rating Won't fit - 3/1/2011
Reviewer: fidh
Body of lense cover doesnt fit. Slighly to small which when forced into position doesn't allow lense covers to open or close properly. Have friend with a GG&G on an older EOTECH he loves it. Sending mine back hoping an exchange will relsove my problems.
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GG&G EOTech XPS Flip Up Lens Covers Spring Operated Single Hand Operation
GG&G EOTech XPS Flip Up Lens Covers Spring Operated Single Hand Operation
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