Ruger American Sportsman's Anti-Cant Shroud

Ruger American Sportsman's Anti-Cant Shroud

54.95

Don't just replace your OEM bolt shroud because it is plastic, replace it because you want to add integrity and some functional utility, all in one device. 

The ICD SACS incorporates a spirit bubble level into a precision fit CNC machined bolt shroud, offering a bore axis specific real time indication of any angle your rifle is at while in the ready to fire position.  

A level indicator is important as it shows you if you are canting, or holding the rifle at an angle, while aiming downrange.  Gravity only pulls in one direction, straight down. Your scope has an erector mechanism in the middle that moves the reticle up as you dial in elevation needed. Assuming you have your scope properly leveled on your rifle, if you cant the rifle to either side you have now moved the reticle sideways, reducing the actual vertical reticle movement while simultaneously skewing your windage as well. This is amplified as the distance of your shot increases and can be the difference between taking home a trophy harvest or scoring hits at a match. 

Mounting the level on the bore axis offers a more precise indication of the presence of cant than a scope mounted level that is multiple inches off the axis of rotation, as well as keeping your scope free of any extra brush snagging bits hanging off your optic.

The SACS are machined from 6061 Aluminum, 100% made in America in our southwest Idaho machining center, and finished in a black Type II anodizing

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Indian Creek Design SACS

(Sportsman's Anti Cant Shroud)

 

Don't just replace your OEM bolt shroud because it is plastic, replace it because you want to add integrity and some functional utility, all in one device. 

The ICD SACS incorporates a spirit bubble level into a precision fit CNC machined bolt shroud, offering a bore axis specific real time indication of any angle your rifle is at while in the ready to fire position.  

A level indicator is important as it shows you if you are canting, or holding the rifle at an angle, while aiming downrange.  Gravity only pulls in one direction, straight down. Your scope has an erector mechanism in the middle that moves the reticle up as you dial in elevation needed. Assuming you have your scope properly leveled on your rifle, if you cant the rifle to either side you have now moved the reticle sideways, reducing the actual vertical reticle movement while simultaneously skewing your windage as well. This is amplified as the distance of your shot increases and can be the difference between taking home a trophy harvest or scoring hits at a match. 

Mounting the level on the bore axis offers a more precise indication of the presence of cant than a scope mounted level that is multiple inches off the axis of rotation, as well as keeping your scope free of any extra brush snagging bits hanging off your optic.

The SACS are machined from 6061 Aluminum, 100% made in America in our southwest Idaho machining center, and finished in a black Type II anodizing.