Leupold scope with anti cant reticle thingy .

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Just saw this on Accurate Shooter . Gist is , if you cant optic more than 1 degree , the reticle illumination flashes or some such thing .With this , and the “ twilight max light management system “ , and the ‘ more robust erector ‘ ,
those pie plates are going down ......

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Yes, it does work, but the problem is the whole reticle flashes, which does not tell you which direction you have it tilted, and may not be obvious. You probably still need a bubble level. Sig Sauer has a similar thing on their Tango 6 models, but IMO, their execution is far superior.
 
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I shot with one on a guy I knows smokeless muzzleloader. I didnt notice it first couple shots, lined up for next shot and it started flashing. Figured it busted another scope, but it was the anti-cant deal going off. His only flashed one side or the other. I cant remember if it was the side you were tilting or the way you needed to go back.

Saw one of the guns he built wreck a sb pmii and that leupold is still going after over 500 shots. Just not a fan of the reticle he has.