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Scopecoat Purchases Sentry Solutions

Keep an eye on Scopecoat.  The folks involved now helped build Blackhawk before it was sold and although the brand has been around for over 20 years it’s starting to take off. 

Virginia Beach, Va. (March 2016) – Scopecoat LLC, makers of patented optics protection for transportation and storage, has acquired Sentry Solutions, out of Wilton, New Hampshire.

Sentry Solutions, a family-owned and operated business, was founded 40 years ago. Using dry film technology to combat corrosion, friction and wear, Sentry Solutions’ oil-free products were quickly adapted by the Navy SEALs to protect firearms and gear from the extreme environments of combat.

Sentry Solutions is best known for their TUF-CLOTH that delivers a micro-bonding oil-free shield and on a spill-proof, long-lasting, lint-free impregnated cloth in a resealable pouch.

“Sentry Solutions products fit perfectly into our business model,” Eric Yeates, VP of Product Development for Scopecoat said. “Protection for your firearms investments is our focus. Scopecoat, our founding company, develops products to protect valuable optics and Slideboot protects handguns while in transport or storage. Now, with the addition of Sentry Solutions to our company, we can say we are protecting your firearms from the inside out.”

Sentry Solutions production, distribution and marketing are relocating to the Scopecoat headquarters located in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Scopecoat is expanding and dealer inquiries are welcome. Interested dealers can contact Scopecoat via email at info@scopecoat.com or by calling 1 (757) 689-6064.

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2 Responses to “Scopecoat Purchases Sentry Solutions”

  1. Airborne_fister says:

    So dumb question. Can you use this instead of a CLP? Or am I grasping at straws? I didn’t go to the website but from what your release says. And more importantly the way I read it. (Which cold of been misread by me) that is what it seems like one could do. Which would be awesome.

    • Haji says:

      Can you use the Tuff Cloth in place of CLP? In place of the “P”, yes you can. I first tried the Tuff Cloth because I had a shotgun that would rust if you looked at it sideways, which was a pain in the butt when using it hunting for a couple of days. The Tuff Cloth solved that issue, and is really easy to use. I just wiped it down as if I was wiping it with an oily shop cloth, and that solved my problem with that finish. As far as the “C”, I would use solvent for that instead, and it isn’t a good lube. Since there are products like SLIP 2000, there’s no need to try to press something else into use where SLIP is a proven performer.

      I don’t have much experience with the rest of their line, though.