So, I just picked up a HighPower Optics RingTrue Alignment Tool and went to work verifying the reiticle alignment on a few of my rifles. The tool is fairly easy to use and I had to make a small correction on a couple of rifles but nothing too drastic. My dilemma began when I tried verifying the alignment on my 260. Its a Remington 700 action bedded in a new Manners T4A stock. When I use the tool according to the instructions and vertically align the bore/scope, the rifle is canted. By this I mean that looking at the rifle from the butt stock, the rifle is canted to the left. I did not check by how many degrees but it is very noticeable. When I level the rifle from the bolt raceway, the scope is no longer aligned vertically with the bore. Also, when I level the rifle from the raceway, the butt of the stock appears to be leveled vertically. After I leveled the reticle according to the instructions, I set my anti-cant level. Since I shoot this rifle almost exclusively from the prone position, it is very uncomfortable and unnatural to have to cant the rifle in order to get my reticle level. Either I'm doing something wrong, or there is a misalignment somewhere in my rifle?