First Look: Fix It Sticks Scope Jack

posted on June 3, 2020

New from Fix It Sticks is the Scope Jack, a new tool which makes leveling the reticle of your new scope even easier. The Scope Jack eliminates the need for plumb bobs, levels, lights and other tools, allowing you to quickly and effectively level your scope to the rail in a matter of seconds. Made for rifles utilizing two-piece scope rings, a single-piece Picatinny rail and a scope with a flat bottom turret housing, the Scope Jack is portable and easily fits into most Fix It Sticks tool kits and cases.

Long-range shooters know a level reticle is critical for accuracy particularly at extended ranges, but leveling the reticle can be time consuming and inconvenient. Using the Scope Jack is a quick and foolproof way to accomplish one of the most critical steps to properly mounting a riflescope. With the Scope Jack, there are no additional leveling aids necessary and the firearm does not have to be level or on a level surface. Simply mount the Scope Jack to the Picatinny rail under the scope with the leveling bar under the flat-bottomed turret housing with the scope mounted in the scope rings, but able to rotate. Then rotate and lift the leveling bar until it engages and levels the scope in the rings. With the Scope Jack, the user can maintain pressure on the scope while applying proper torque to the fasteners, which keeps the optic level throughout the process.

The new Scope Jack is lightweight and portable and can help you mount and level a scope in a matter of minutes. The Scope Jack is made from hard coat anodized matte black 6061 T-6 aluminum and weighs just 0.84 ounces.

MSRP on the Scope Jack is $44, and more information on it as well as other items from Fix It Sticks is available at


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