I got my microlevel and mounted it on the scope. I also got the reticle level to help in set up.
A few things about the mirolevel that I don't like
(1) Is the way that it is put on. They have a cable tie that is used to tighten up around the scope with some double sided tape. I was not happey with this so I used the semi permanent mounting instructions that uses goop adhesive sealant. So that seems to be working good.
(2) Ther is two screws that have to be tighted up for the cable tie. After tighening up the screws the plastic housing stated to show signs of stress and I did not have the screws down enough to let the lid back down on the housing. This is one reason why I used adhesive.
(3) After taking the housing off I installed the battery in. This was very easy but taking out was a pain. The circuit board kept pulling out. One of the LED light came out of the housing and I had to very carefully put it back in. The circuit board also wants to come out when you take the lid off.
they say you can use the same microlevel on diffrent rifles. I don't think that would work very good because of how delicate this thing is.
The vertical reticle instrument that I got is very nice and works as describe. I set the microlevel up for bench shooting and in just testing this is going to work great with my rifle .
I think if they can find a way to deil with the items I have listed it would be great .
This weeked I will be taken out the rifle for shooting and that will be the real test