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Flatline Ops. Inc. ACCU/LEVEL Scope Level Review

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Re: Flatline Ops. Inc. ACCU/LEVEL Scope Level Review

None of the 'good' scopes that I'd spend my $$$ on come with a level built in.
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    Re: Flatline Ops. Inc. ACCU/LEVEL Scope Level Review

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    None of the 'good' scopes that I'd spend my $$$ on come with a level built in.
    Yeah wth! is he even talking about?if your spending the 130 bucks on a scope with a level on it are you even shooting far enough to need a level? I can probably free hand anything a $130 scope can do.
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    looks like their site is finally up... get some real good visuals of the product and a pretty cool video on the home page... I love having jimS on this forum, the education you can get from direct field usage is priceless...

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    Ken asked earlier in the thread about the levels sensitivity. I talked to Chuck McCoy about this on the phone. He stated that there is aprox .025" of space between the bubbles edge and the coresponding rt or left lines on the vial, when the bubble is dead center.

    He then went on to say that if the edge of the bubble meet the line it is at aproximatly a 1/4 degree cant. This equates to a 1/2 degree movement between the lines, with only a maximum left or rt cant of 1/4 degrees.

    After we hung up, I then set my rifle on the counter and used my rifle/scope leveling jig to level out the gun via the scopes reticle, and the bubble after 2 hunts was still dead center on the vial, so repeatability was excellent after 2 weeks of moutain hunting. I mounted the gun and did a little wrist twisting on the stock, movement of the bubble was very fluid coresponding to the motion put into the gun.
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    for the life of me I can't find their website. -------
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    for the life of me I can't find their website. -------
    never mind I found it
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    This is a thread for discussion of the article, Flatline Ops. Inc. ACCU/LEVEL Scope Level Review, By Jim See. Here you can ask questions or make comments about the article.
    Does the accu/ level and the ADI work from both side of the scope, as i'm a lefty and would like to put them on the right side of the scope
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