Brandt Built: Ocular Housing Anti Cant Indicator, ZCO, Kahles, Leupold

Brandt Built
Ocular Housing Anti Cant Indicator ZCO KAHLES LEUPOLD
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The Brandt Built Ocular Housing Anti Cant Indicator works with your existing Long Range Arms Send-iT line of levels. It does not modify the original level. Simply remove the cover and install the Brandt Built Ocular Housing Anti Cant Indicator!

Brandt Built's add-on kit allows you to mount the actual level in any of the suggested orientations but gives you the flexibility to mount it out of view (no more blocked turrets). The kit allows your level to be up to 12" away from your ocular. If you need more than 12" run length Brandt Built can set you up, just let us know. Brandt Built Ocular does not include any mounts for your Send-iT level.

Brandt Built has found that using the same eye to focus on the reticle while simultaneously using it to pick up the cant indicator signal helps the shooter not lapse focus on the reticle.

The indicators saddling the bottom of the ocular housing have the same benefit as a horizontally mounted level without the extra width that comes from levels mounted horizontally (you can mount your level vertically and still get the horizontal indication on Brandt Built's end, indicators can be arranged however desired whether your one who likes to lean into to light to get to green or lean away you have the option)

Ambidexterity their mount provides a central viewpoint (Strong side or Support side, you'll still be able to know where your rifle is canted easily!).

Brandt Built ocular housing will fit any ocular housing of 1.4"--2.188" diameter. The housing length is about 1" front to back.

When you run your magnification, the ocular housing is stationary (like ZCO, KAHLES, LEUPOLD, etc.), and a rotating kit for those who run a scope with a rotating ocular (when you turn your magnification, the ocular rotates like the NIGHTFORCE ATACR). Nightforce users must have .72" between their rear scope ring and taper, leading to magnification.