LEVEL-RIGHT™ PRO

LEVEL-RIGHT™ PRO
Picture of Real Avid Level the Reticle not the Turret
LEVEL-RIGHT™ PRO
LEVEL-RIGHT™ PRO
LEVEL-RIGHT™ PRO
LEVEL-RIGHT™ PRO
Picture of Real Avid Level Right Pro Not Turret
LEVEL-RIGHT™ PRO

LEVEL-RIGHT™ PRO

$69.99

MASTER GRADE PRECISION RETICLE LEVEL

A level reticle is critical to long range Accuracy. For longer shots a canted (or unlevel) reticle will pull or push the bullets trajectory off of vertical center. It gets worse the further the distance increases.

A level scope means that the reticle (crosshairs) will be perfectly aligned with the rifle bore. Balancing small levels on a scope turret and gun receivers has been a commonly accepted practice for years. Not only is this a clumsy process, it’s wrong.  The turret on most scopes is not perfectly aligned with the reticle (crosshairs), so even if your turret is level to the gun, your scope may not be. Level-Right Pro changes all that by simplifying scope alignment in 4 easy steps. Accurate and intuitive, this time saving instrument quickly aligns the actual scope reticle to the horizontal gun plane (regardless of turret alignment), which is key to the long-range accuracy of your rifle. Level-Right Pro helps you quickly and confidently mount a scope for maximum accuracy

Specifically designed for open barreled (exposed barrel) bolt action and lever action rifles, or rifles with a picatinny top rail handguard.

 

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Description

ACCURATE SCOPE MOUNTING MADE EASY

“Gawd! Thank you for this product – I’ll happily pay the price, but you could have asked for more… for those who understand the problem anyway! Thank you!” D.L. – Hagerstown, MD

 

4 EASY STEPS
COMPONENTS
INSTRUCTIONS

LEVEL YOUR RETICLE RIGHT!

As experienced hunters and long-range competition shooters know, a scope's reticle must be perfectly aligned with the rifle barrel bore's axis to prevent left- or right-drift of the bullet's point-of-impact when shooting beyond the zeroed distance. Scopes that are not properly aligned with the barrel will exhibit point-of-impact drift...