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View Poll Results: Do you use a scope level to keep your rifle level?
Yes, of course! 1,079 46.53%
No, I don't shoot over 300 yards. 254 10.95%
No, but I really should use one. 986 42.52%
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Do you use a scope level to keep your rifle level?

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Unread 11-20-2013, 01:38 AM
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Re: Do you use a scope level to keep your rifle level?

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    Unread 01-22-2016, 11:39 PM
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    Re: Do you use a scope level to keep your rifle level?

    What is the lightest weight scope level attachment?
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    Re: Do you use a scope level to keep your rifle level?

    No, I do not
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    Re: Do you use a scope level to keep your rifle level?

    These are cool, take up no space, and don't stick out to get caught on things....

    7075 aluminum Picatinny base with built in level
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    Unread 02-07-2016, 05:53 AM
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    Re: Do you use a scope level to keep your rifle level?

    Yes... I recently decided to put one on my new Ruger Precision rifle...
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    Re: Do you use a scope level to keep your rifle level?

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by pontoon View Post
    What is the lightest weight scope level attachment?
    pontoon:

    The levels I have seen weight isn't a concideration. Mounting the level is. The Picatinny Base with
    built in level might be an answer. However, I like a level on rifles I shoot passed 300 yards. That
    could get to be spendy for some folks if you have several rifles. The level I use folds back when not
    in use and is mounted on the scope barrel.
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    Unread 02-07-2016, 11:49 AM
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    Re: Do you use a scope level to keep your rifle level?

    Quote:
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    No, I do not
    A Level is a great group tightner.
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