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Ocular Housing Anti Cant Indicator

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Ocular Housing Anti Cant Indicator By Brandt Built 

The Brandt Ocular Housing Anti Cant Indicator is an add-on kit for Long Range Arms Send It Levels. This ocular housing anti-cant indicator will fit any ocular house with a diameter between 1.4 and 2.188 inches. The housing is one inch long front to back. 

The standard kit works with scopes with non-rotating oculars. The rotating one works with rotating ocular scopes. (NOTE: Night force users must have .72 inches between the rear scope ring and taper leading to the magnification ring.)

What Sets the Brandt Built Anti Cant Different 

What makes this add-on unique is how it works without getting in the way of the turrets. With the add-on kit, you can mount the Send It Level at any suggested orientation, even if it is out of view. You can have the level up to 12 inches away from the ocular. If you need more space, you can contact Brandt Built.

The other benefit of using this add-on kit is that it allows the shooter to look through the scope and take a shot while still seeing the anti cant lights with the same eye. This feature helps the shooter not lapse focus on the reticle. 

Because of the position of the cant indicator, this device is ambidextrous. Regardless of which side you favor, the central position of the lights makes it easy to use.


Rotating ocular housing instructions

Step 1: Apply a piece of double sided to the scope tube mount leaving the protective backer on the scope side.

Step 2: The scope tube mount and the rear fiber housing have tapered holes, the fiber and stainless rod will be inserted into the housings from the tapered side.

Step 3: Mount the rear scope tube housing to your scope tube using the supplied Velcro loop. (Don’t peel protective backer on tape yet).

Step 4: Start by getting your bends mapped out at the scope housing side leaving enough straight rod to fully insert into the scope tube housing.

Step 5: Determine where the rear fiber housing will sit. This may vary if you’re running a scope cap. Cut the stainless rod using dikes/ side cutters allowing the rod to fully insert into the housing.

Step 6: You may need to add another slight bend to the rear of the wire to get the fiber housing to sit just right against the ocular or scope cap.

Step 7: Install the rear fiber housing onto the stainless rod using the smaller of the center most holes.

Step 8: Follow standard instructions for remaining install, but note when you heat shrink the fibers it’s worth the time to include the stainless rod as it helps keep everything tidy. You can use two induvial pieces of heat shrink or get everything laid out and poke a small hole in the heat shrink where the fibers intersect the rod and feed it through before shrinking. I prefer the one piece method as it’s a little cleaner. Once complete the last thing you’ll do is remove the backer from the double sided sticky tape and install the scope tube housing using the tape and Velcro strap. 

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Customer Reviews

  • Poor fit

    Posted by Brandt built send it adapter on Aug 4th 2023

    First of all, instructions would be nice. I had to find a few utube videos to make sure I put it together properly. Secondly, it was a bit of a pain to put the thing together because the 3 holes in the eyepiece are a little too large to snugly hold onto the fiber optic wires. They kept falling out when I tried to fasten the eyepiece onto the scope. All of that said, once I finally got it to stay together, it is a good addition.

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