Ok so there are all these cool tools and gadgets to make the retile level when mounting a scope and several ways people torque and so an and so forth. So lets say you reticle is canted and you zero the rifle with the scope level and continue to shoot with the scope level. In other words, your rifle then becomes canted during this process. Before I continue I understand shooting with a canted scope will cause some undesired hit especially at distance. I understand if you canted to the left, retile wise, that while diling for distance you can hit left of target becuse of scope travel and such. But if you just suck at mounting scopes and you do have a little cant but you are zeroing the rifle with the reticle level and shooting with the rifle level my thought are it should not matter. Are my thoughts on this correct?