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Optics "Holder" for Truck..
I'm sure most of us hunters have some sort of optics that remain in your truck or car all year long for your "viewing pleasure". Does anyone have any ideas for a "holster" or rack of some sort for inside you vehicles?
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That is a great idea.  I just

That is a great idea.  I just hang mine from the headrest.

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I have a foam lined box

I have a foam lined box behind my consol seat that I place mine into.  But leaving optics in a truck is a bad idea if you live in an area that gets hot.  The next time that you use them you may find some cracked or scored lenses from the heat the next time you go to use them

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holder

Mine seem to just bounce around on the dash I like the holder idea!

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I second the headrest. I pull

I second the headrest. I pull the strap out the padded case that came with the binos. Snap the lid back and place over the passenger headrest. Works great. Always within reach.

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I like the holster idea, but

I like the holster idea, but i wouldnt leave them in there all the time as critter said the heat will eat them up.

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