Anti-Cant Device

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by GaHunter, Jun 29, 2006.

  1. GaHunter

    GaHunter Member

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    Do any of you long range shooters use these? It is basically a level mounted in a scope ring that keeps you from canting the rifle.
     

  2. Exhaust3

    Exhaust3 Well-Known Member

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    I prefer the B-Square design helps out a bunch on those long range shots. As w/ anything else there are opinions!
     

  3. royinidaho

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    Yup, use one.

    The longer the range the more important they become.
     
  4. GaHunter

    GaHunter Member

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    Roy,

    Which one do you use?
     
  5. bailey1474

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    Got a scopelevel on every rifle I own!!!
     
  6. royinidaho

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    Roy,

    Which one do you use?

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    I use this one. Anti Cant Device

    One of the LRH fellas makes them. Have one on a 270WIN &amp; Super Sniper scope. The next one goes on a 338 RUM project that I'm working on.

    The level is built into a scope ring. Proper adjustment is up to the shooter but its the same process as leveling a scope reticle.
     
  7. abinok

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    I like the b square but the one roy mentions looks good as well. May have one before too long. ive got 2 scope levels, but I personally find the bsquare easier and more convient to use.