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anti cant; anti cant bubbles worth the money ?
Topic Started: Tuesday Sep 6 2016, 04:30 PM (897 Views)
smittyshooter
right guys been watching a view videos on you tube regarding anti cant rings for scopes ,just wondering if any of you lads use them and if they are worth buying ,just wanna get your thoughts as I'm looking at a vortex one on the bay of e ,and I'm wondering with me being a novice shooter if it would be beneficial to me or id be better spending 20 notes on something else ?
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terry1001
I would have thought that a small bubble level would do the job if you want to try this out. I've seen some that replace the top ring on mounts plus various others so worth having a look around before investing.
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smittyshooter
well I've ordered a cheap bubble for the weaver rail off ebay so thats on its way in the post to me ,but in one of the vids on youtube the guy said that that bubble would only show me the angle of the gun ,and that a scope bubble would be used to show the cant once the crosshair had been levelled using a plum line placed about 30/40 yards away ,then once you'd set the hairs up then the scope ring bubble could be levelled and locked down and that would give you an accurate view of your cant
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terry1001
yes, you'll have to set the scope up correctly and then the bubble will enable you to keep the gun level.
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David j
You need the level on the scope, not on the rail or the scope mounts. No Avatar

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