Butler Creek Scope Cover Chart, For Your Convenience

A few weeks ago, I broke the Butler Creek #28 scope cover that was on my Zeiss Conquest hunting scope when taking photos of my Tikka 7mm-08 rifle. To avoid getting my lazy ass out of my comfortable office chair and measuring the diameter of scope, I tried to find the Butler Creek Scope Cover Chart I used when I last purchased a scope cover. It was nowhere to be found. For some reason Butler Creek decided it was not worth updating the chart with their newer products and instead ditched it altogether.

For all the other equally lazy schmucks out there, I managed to find a copy of the chart and have embedded it below for posterity …

Steve Johnson

Founder and Dictator-In-Chief of TFB. A passionate gun owner, a shooting enthusiast and totally tacti-uncool. Favorite first date location: any gun range. Steve can be contacted here.


  • Samuel Suggs

    Was it the objective or eyepiece cover?

    • Samuel Suggs

      I would so post like fifty better scope cover sets (With high resolution pictures in beautiful Technicolor® and ), but I don’t want people to become UPSET WITH ME. this makes me sad 🙁 http://politic365.com/wp-content/blogs.dir/1/files/2011/11/Obama-sad-face-495×390.jpg

    • Steve (TFB Editor)

      Samuel, I sent you an email, please read it. Thank you.

      The objective lens is lens element at front of a scope, the eye piece is the rear of a scope.

      • Samuel Suggs

        I get what objective and eye piece mean I was wondering which one broke

      • Samuel Suggs

        are you reffering to an as yet unrecived and recent E-mail or the one I recived yesterday?

  • Julio

    “I broke […] Butler Creek” All too many sentences that contain the words “Butler Creek” also contain the word “broke”. This is nature’s way of telling you to join everyone else who has had this problem, to stop buying these things, and to get something more durable instead. Me, I’ve gone over to Scopecoat neoprene covers since Tenebraex don’t yet do covers that fit my admittedly-mid-range optics, but I think the Butler Creek tactical one-piece covers might go some way to redeeming that company’s dire reputation for making virtually-self-destructing scope covers.

    • Steve (TFB Editor)

      The hinge design is not great, thats for sure, but I like being able to carry my rifle through forest without worrying about losing a neoprene cover. Still, it is no harder removing a neoprene cover than two pop-up covers.

  • Ross

    My buthler#31 is too big for my pro staff 3×9 x 40 lens,why