Anti-cant bubble levels

Preda8or

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I was wondering if everyone was useing the b-square bubble level and if it is adjustable for bases that are not perfectly level and also how well it takes recoil or do you use some other anti-cant device.
 

Varmint Hunter

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If you KNOW that your bases aren't level then I'd suggest getting one of the levels that mount to you scope tube. They're infinately variable.

I use a "ScopeLevel" and am very happy with it but I also have a base mount level that works fine too.
 

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