I was just wondering how much technology can actually work against the shooting sport enthusiast while creating a huge demand in the industry and a market that is really not needed. I mention this because I was in another forum reading posts where people spend tons of money on custom builds, electronics and gadgets and for me I still believe in the factory rifle and doing things on paper. For example one of the biggest turnoffs for me is to see a rifle with levels mounted on the scope or the barrel. I believe that if you do not know how to use a plumb line and perform a tall target test having a level on your barrel will still not help you down the line when your target is a few hundred yards. I also feel people place to much trust on ballistic apps when the formulas are easy to work out, why trust someone you don't know or have ever seen. When it comes to shooting, for me I want to know that it is my skill with my rifle are still up to par. It's enough that you have to concentrate on your sight picture, the wind, your trigger and now you have to add an additional step by making sure your level is leveled. I can afford the most expensive rifles, and gadgets but than where is the fun and challenge in shooting with what you have factory or custom and than have scopes dialed in for a specific bullet weight and distances instead of you figuring it out. I applaud the pure shooters that still do the musket and black powder like it was done in the past. Enough of my ranting, would like your thoughts.