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FlatlineOps Scope Level Sniper 30mm$139.00 Add to cart
FlatlineOps Scope Level Scout 30mm$79.00 Add to cart
FlatlineOps Scope Level Recon 34mm$84.00 Add to cart
FlatlineOps Scope Level Covert 34mm$169.00 Out of Stock
If there’s anything our guys like to talk about more than designing and building custom rifles, it’s our passion to hit the mark consistently. We take designing and building custom rifles seriously. Bragging rights matter- and you don’t need to worry if your scope level has been knocked out of whack by scaling a tree stand or bumping a rock. Gunware never skimps on quality or accuracy, nor do we cut corners just to save a few bucks that result in faulty reliability in the field. Whether you are hunting or competition benchrest shooting, our first-class FlatlineOps scope levels will keep your optic on the mark.
Scope Level FAQs
How important is a scope level?
Any marksman will tell you if hitting your target is important, your scope level should be too. The addition of a 30mm scope level is a personal choice but is most definitely performance driven. At Gunware, we don’t cut corners when ensuring a hunting rifle scope is level before it leaves our shop.
Do all riflescopes need levels?
An anti-cant scope level is is necessary for hunters shooting on the fly in the field or from stands, and by marksmen at a benchrest or a bipod in a series of set shooting conditions. The truth of the matter is that unless your scope is properly mounted, you’re still going to miss the mark – even after taking in an hour of fidgeting with the elevation and windage. We are proud to offer FlatlineOps scope levels as an accessory to compliment your custom rifle. We don’t want you to miss that big trophy game any more than you do.
How do you install a level on your scope?
We’re so glad you asked! Mounting an anti-cant can be done quickly and easily, and most importantly without removing your scope. Simply remove the allen screws and set the level for left or right side visibility. Be careful not to over tighten the clamp screws. You can adjust for maximum visibility. Alternatively, mounting can be done at the time of your build.