Preview: Long Range Arms Send iT MV3

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posted on November 20, 2022
Long Range Arms Send iT MV3

Rifle cant is an often-overlooked aspect of long-range accuracy, in that, if the firearm’s optic is not properly aligned vertically over its barrel, downrange impacts will not land where intended. The Send iT MV3, from Long Range Arms, is a precision digital shooting level that can help ensure that your setup is correctly oriented before you pull the trigger.

The MV3 quickly mounts to any small section of Picatinny rail and can be configured for either right- or left-hand use. The unit’s display consists of five brightness-adjustable LEDs that can easily be seen in your peripheral vision, allowing you to focus on your reticle: Red lights mean the gun is tilted too far to the left, blue lights mean it’s canted to the right, green means your rifle is level.

MSRP is $230. For more information, please visit mdttac.com.

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