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Pegasus wrote: »
That type of anti-cant device is available from several places.http://www.sinclairintl.com/.aspx/pid=34906/Product/MWG_Anti_Cant_Device
This one is from Sinclair International and retails from bet $25 to $29 depending on finish and ring size.
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That type of anti-cant device is fairly popular, especially for the tactical crowd. The problem I have with it is that you have to move your head to look at it, unless you have eyes like a crab.
I mount my anti-cant device sticking out on the left side of my rifle. I am VERY much right handed and right eyed and so, I can look through the scope with my right eye and since I shoot with both eyes open, I can still see the level with my left eye and adjust if needed just before breaking the shot.
This works well for me in competition. I do not have such devices on my hunting and target rifles.
sarg1c wrote: »
Store bought, or home made....
Buford wrote: »
I have a few. Mine are internally mounted in the scope.
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