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I put each of my rifles in a sock tube prior to putting them in the cabinet, just to provide a little extra protection. The socks stretch over time and will comfortably fit over a rifle scope. My foxing rifle is topped with a drone and the socks will not easily fit over it. I am after some bright ideas on what i can attach easily and quickly that will give some protection to the scope. 

Its a little tight to put separators between each rifle. 

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Have look on Amazon; they have all manner of waterproof bags designed for camping etc. Just type in waterproof bags. 

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4 minutes ago, Scully said:

Have look on Amazon; they have all manner of waterproof bags designed for camping etc. Just type in waterproof bags. 

Doesn't need to be waterproof, needs to be protective!

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14 minutes ago, TIGHTCHOKE said:

Doesn't need to be waterproof, needs to be protective!

Something like a neoprene rifle slip would do. Its the padding i need. If i just put a scope cover on i am bashing the rest of the rifle. 

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You need to borrow a sock off someone with massive fat legs. I'll ask the wife if she's got any spare. (Checks over shoulder.) :lol:

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I separate the guns with pieces of corrugated card cut to fit the cabinet and with the bottom few inches turned  90'     keeps them apart  but also use socks where possible.

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1 hour ago, walshie said:

You need to borrow a sock off someone with massive fat legs. I'll ask the wife if she's got any spare. (Checks over shoulder.) :lol:

:lol:

I wonder if i could clip on a large piece of foam pipe lagging? Now that's an idea I think you can get it in large sizes.

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Dont know if this will help but, I lined my cabinet with some felt/ carpet stuff used for boy racers boom boxes in there cars. Bought from the bay of plenty along with the adhesive spray, cheap as chips. stops all the clunking and banging.

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