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Scope Level... #5411384 11/10/14 10:17 PM
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I've read about them and have been considering putting one on my Custom and AR Creedmoors. How critical are they to have for long range shooting/accuracy?

Recommendations for 34mm or 30mm?

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Very critical for precision work....under 300 yards probably not real critical on most game size animals (not counting p'dogs).

I have a cheap one that mounts on my rail under the scope. I have the opinion that a level is a level, you just need to figure out where you want to be looking at it and buy that one.


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Critical for distance shots.

Once I started using one my hit percentage raised ouside 600 yards. I have a U.S. Optics version as well as a JEC Customs, both swivel models. The JEC is superior in quality and accuracy at the same price. And it's made in Texas!


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Is the us optics one easier to remove when not needed?


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The JEC is knurled so no wrench. The US Optics takes an allen wrench. Both brands I have are the folding variety so I rarely take them off the pic rail.


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I was thinking on saving weight on such a heavy gun .. packing it in the woods would save me a ounce or two!! Lol jk thanks will check em out


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