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I haven't got the foggiest idea how to assure that the reticle is level on my handgun scope. I have a Leupold boresighter to get on paper, and have thought about using the Segway Reticle Leveler. Is it any good for revolvers? Is there a better way? The lines on it seem kind of thick to do an accurate job. I've also thought of using a gun vise and making sure the topstrap of the SRH is level. Then attaching the boresighter and leveling it using one of its flat sides. Then I could use it as a reticle leveler. However, I'm not sure the sides are square with respect to the sight pattern inside the boresighter. I'd appreciate any suggestions.

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