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Used "Fog-X" on a riflescope? Can this product do any damage? Are there any other concerns? There have been several times when the outer glass on my scope has fogged a little. Fortunately it hasn't cost me a deer, but it could have.
 

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I have only noticed exterior fogging on my scope a few times: When it's cold/rainy and I have the rifle close to my body, or the time I watchedfour racked bucks walk in front of me, single file, broadside at about 40 yards. Just thinking that some anti-fog stuff might help. Just don't want to do it if it could mess up the glass or any coatings.
 

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A guy has some time to think in a deer stand

I was thinking about this on my red-dot scoped Ruger Redhawk. While sitting in the stand, I gripped the revolver in my right hand and supported it against my body with my left arm. In the 10 degree weather my body heat was enough to fog it.

No deer came in me that afternoon, but I know what you mean. I think the red dot limits too much light anyways, a 2X would be better. Next year.

Good Luck,
Steve
 
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