MDT Sporting Goods from Canada has acquired Long Range Arms, a company well known for their Send-iT electronic levels. If you’re a long-range precision shooter and not yet familiar with this anti-cant device, you should take a serious look. I bought mine a few years ago and it works very well helping me level my rifle for each shot. If you’re using a Spuhr mount, they have a special version that attaches directly to the mount instead of your Picatinny rail.
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Here is the company announcement:
MDT Sporting Goods Acquires Long Range Arms
MDT Sporting Goods is excited to announce the acquisition of Long Range Arms, a market leader in electronic shooting levels. Long Range Arms (LRA) are best known for their Send-iT series of electronic shooting levels and produce other products such as Palma sights.
Send-iT electronic levels quickly attach to a MIL-STD 1913/Picatinny rail and feature a series of LED lights that are easier to view with peripheral vision and are ideal for low light conditions. Send-iT levels are calibrated using 12 different axis points and allow the end-user to calibrate for their optical system. The Send-iT level has five different sensitivity settings and can be configured for multiple rifles or spotting systems. Send-iT level will indicate level 3-5 seconds faster than mechanical levels.
MDT Sporting Goods is proud to add Long Range Arms to their growing family of innovative companies. CEO Maarten Van Ruitenburg states, “MDT passionately designs and acquires product designs that help people shoot better. The LRA electronic levels achieve that perfectly”.
For more information please check https://mdttac.com
Have you used the Send-iT of electronic shooting levels? Are you as happy as I am with mine?
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