Vortex VIP Warranty
The Vortex VIP warranty is about you, not us. It is about caring for you after the sale. VIP stands for a Very Important Promise to you, our client. We are going to fix or replace your Vortex product in the event it becomes damaged or defective-at no charge to you. If we can't repair your product, we will replace it with a product in perfect condition of equal or better physical condition.
You see, it doesn't matter how it happened, whose fault it was, or where you purchased it. You can depend on the VIP Warranty for many Vortex Optics Rifle Scopes, prism scopes, red dots, rangefinders, binoculars, spotting scopes, tripods, and monoculars.
- Unlimited Lifetime Warranty
- Fully transferable
- No warranty card to Complete
- No receipt Required to hang on to
- If you ever have an Issue, no matter the cause, we guarantee to look after you.
Note: The VIP Warranty doesn't cover loss, theft, deliberate harm or cosmetic injury which doesn't hinder the performance of the goods.
The distinction between inferior quality and premium Rifle scope Level is undeniable. At MSP, we only offer Scope Bubble Levels from the most trusted brands like Vortex Optics. Buy with confidence that we stand behind the product we sell.
Customer Ratings & Reviews
Great rifle scope bubble level.
Great product. I used other anti-cant devices that attach to the rail but found them vulnerable to getting broken off. The vortex bubble level mounts nicely behind and is protected by the scope turrets. It can be easily seen with the left eye while in position behind the scope (in my case, a Leupold MK 4 with illumination battery turret).
Does the job at a reasonable price
It's a basic bubble level scope. It wraps around the scope and makes it easy to make sure your reticle is level. It's not difficult to match the level to the reticle, either. One thing: in some situations, especially specific 1-piece mounts, you've got to loosely put this level on your scope first, BEFORE you mount the scope. Sometimes there's not enough clearance between the scope and the mount to slide the bottom half of the level's "scope ring" into position below the riflescope: two-piece mounts, no problem. Either way, once you get the level set up, it does the job and is rather unobtrusive.
Works fine and durable
The vortex bubble level works fine and withstands the punishment of PRS matches, banging around in the trunk when I make a quick run to the range, etc. The only possible downside is that you have to find a place for it on the scope, which can be impossible or very tricky if you have little space, limited to how your scope is oriented on the rings and rifle, sight height, size head, etc. Luckily for me, I haven't had any issues with any of these variables on the 4 Rifles I have with these levels. I have used them in high power, F class, Benchrest, and PRS matches with excellent results.
Would purchase again
We shoot long range out to 800 yards. Before using this Vortex bubble level scope, I was unaware of the cant so easily placed on your rifle when ready to fire—even a tiny amount of cant changes the bullet trajectory. As I exhale with my right index finger on the trigger, I'm sighting with my right eye through my scope and glance at the bubble level with my left eye. It's effortless to do. Cant is eliminated. Accuracy is improved. For me, it was straightforward to place, use, and improve hits at longer ranges.
The level works well and
The vortex scope level works well, and the product seems to be well made, but I have two complaints. First, the lines that mark the center position of the bubble need to be a bit thicker. They are hard to see in low light conditions. Second, I appreciate a sturdy build, but I use this on one rifle that has a Picatinny rail and low rings, and the bottom part of the clamp is so thick that I had to cut off part of it to get it to fit between the base and the bottom of the scope tube. Also, unless you're using some pretty tall rings, you can forget about installing this without removing the scope, as you won't be able to get the clamp between the base and scope. On the plus side, I prefer the offset design versus an inline-level, because with the offset I can mount it in front of the scope turrets to not block the view of the scope knobs, yet it is still easy to see the level with my non-shooting eye.
The Vortex bubble level ...
The Vortex bubble level is a great level. Quick and easy to install, works as intended. The level is a little bulky; this is the only reason it does not get five stars. If you are mounting on a 30mm scope with a side parallax knob, it works well. It does not stick out too far to be in the way. I am right-handed, and set my level offset to the left side between the front scope ring and the turret of the scope, to be viewed with my left eye when in a shooting position. The level is bright and comfortable to see/read. You do not have to lift your head from the rifle to read the level. I have these Vortex levels mounted on both a 338 RUM and a 338 Win Mag, no movement, and no affects from recoil. I ended up using a carpenters 2' level on top of the vertical turret, mounting the Vortex level to match. Not too bad, but three hands would be handy. It might be worth mentioning that if you are not shooting past 400 yards or so, a level is not needed (for most hunting situations), it is more helpful the longer the range. I typically do not put levels on rifles that are intended to be shot under 400 yards. I own several of each the Vortex and the Mounting Solutions Plus in both 30mm and 1", given a choice between the two, I would pick the Vortex every time.
I will buy this Bubble Level again
I believe the Vortex Bubble Level effectiveness. When used with the Rifle socpe it will give you a better group even at 100 yards and beyond. I will buy more for future rifles.
For what it's, it works great.
For what it's, it works great. I favor the tube mounted on the railing mounted anti cant because the railings can be off kilter. The way I this takes the sight from the rifle, put on the table and loosen the rings. Utilize a level to draw a line on the wall or tape a piece of long paper up, so it is perfectly flat on the side. Now point the aim end of the extent from the line. Shine a flashlight throughout the range and also align the shadow of the reticle with the line on the wall. Tighten the range down into a star pattern making sure it remains flat. Now the range is the flat Next thing is to mount the anti-device on the degree scope. With the tube bracket design, you need more latitude of where it mounts and may make sure that the level is set on your reticle. I have hadn't issues with mine, simple to use once it is set up.