Laserlyte Universal Laser Boresighter
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Makes boresighting easier, faster and more reliable than ever before with the Laserlyte Universal Laser Boresighter. Made to fit calibers from .22 to .50, this kit lets you simply select the proper adapter (4 supplied), slide on to the laser tool and turn the switch on for quick and accurate sighting. The unit projects a laser dot from the center of the bore. Calibrate your sights or scope to match the dot and you're done. This boresighter will put you within 4" of the bull's-eye at 100 yards almost every time. Boresighter includes the laser bore tool, 4 adapters (for sighting caliber ranges from .22-.50 caliber), 3 A76 batteries, and instructions.
- Makes boresighting quick and easy
- Fits calibers from .22 to .50
- Puts you with 4'' of the bulls-eye at 100 yards consistently
- Comes with laser bore tool, 4 caliber adapters, batteries, and instructions
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 41
Rated 4 out of 5 by bearb Laser Bore sight
This device is cheap, easy to use, and the money you save from wasted ammo could pay for itself in one use.
December 29, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by littlebuddha very good product
laserlyt universal boresighter is one of the best things i have every purchased . the only comelant is the directions are lacking but other then that very very good . i also got the accessory kit and it is nice to . i sighted my .243 savage in at 300 yards and was only 1/2 inch off the bulls eye on first shoot
December 6, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Peach1 Worked like a charm!
This was my first purchase and use of a lazer bore sighter. Was easy to set up and use on my 50 cal muzzleloaer.
October 14, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by DaMeatTree Good Value
Works great, just bore sighted two new rifle/scope combos that were supposed to be bore sighted at the factory, wasted two boxes or amo, and not hitting anywhere close, then got this laser, sighted it in the backyard, went back to the range and all I had to do is a couple of clicks to fine tune. Don't buy the expensive ones, all lasers are perfectly straight, there is no such thing as a laser beam that is bent ;-) If you want to get more accuracy out of this thing, take it out if the barrel and put it in upside down to get the average, then repeat several times as it doesn't sit in perfectly every time. Having said all that I still think its way too expensive for what it is, should be priced no more than $10 or $15.
July 25, 2013
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