Wheeler Engineering develops Anti-Cant Indicator

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posted on March 1, 2012
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Keeping your scope perfectly aligned is critical to long-range accuracy. Canting your scope left or right only a couple of degrees may cause error in point of impact. With modern "Drop-Compensating" scopes, an Anti-Cant Indicator is a necessity. If your gun isn't aligned correctly, dialing up the turrets or using hold-over marks will just throw off your shot, causing you to miss your target. The Wheeler Engineering Anti-Cant Indicator ensures that your rifle is always held near perfectly vertical, eliminating any chance for "Cant Error" to cause a miss.

The Wheeler Engineering Anti-Cant Indicator is available in both 1 inch and 30mm models. This precision piece of equipment is crafted from machined aluminum with an anodized finish. It easily attaches to a scope tube in the same fashion as a ring. The Anti-Cant Indicator is easy to view from all shooting positions, and when not in use it folds in for protection.

MSRP: $39.99

For more information about the Wheeler Engineering Anti-Cant Indicator or any Battenfeld Technologies products, visit www.BattenfeldTechnologies.com or call 573- 445-9200.

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