Re: Do you use a scope level to keep your rifle level?
I went for years never using one and like many have stated, did fine hitting long rang targets. Started using one a while back and was amazed at the difference in improved lateral group size and much more precise hits on game at extend ranges. While it can't be proven, I think I may have attributed too much lateral spread to wind. When I first put the level on my rifle I set my sights on target in what I believed to be perfectly level, then eyed my level to check. Not as much with target shooting, but in hunting positions, I was surprised at the high percentage of times that the rifle was canted. I now have them on all my LR rigs. I like the Holland and Flatline products.
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