So I have noticed that when I mount scopes on my rifles people tell me they are crooked. No argument there, but I mount them close my eyes shoulder the rifle and adjust them until the reticle is level for me. I guess the most comfortable position for me to shoulder a rifle is with a small degree of cant on them. All the rifles I have scoped myself have a this small amount of crookedness and I hit things accurately at the distances that I shoot. My question is should I strive to have everything as level and perfectly straight or should I mount them for the way that I shoot? Ideally I would have a multi way adjustable butt pad on all my scoped rifles but the cost is slightly prohibitive. Thanks for the feed back.