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What happens to the bullet if the rifle is canted when fired? How would this affect a group on a long range target? Are scope levels necessary for long range accuracy and consistency?
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Yes, I consider them necessary.
I use Holland's level.
Originally posted by Gil P. Gil P. wrote:

What happens to the bullet if the rifle is canted when fired? How would this affect a group on a long range target? Are scope levels necessary for long range accuracy and consistency?
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