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Re: OT.Bore sighter for rifles and muzzleloaders

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01-06-2013 16:42:47

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I have a B.S.A. bore sighter kit and it will get the bullet on the paper at 25 yards. You cannot use it for any kind of accuracy though.

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01-06-2013 19:55:41

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 Re: OT.Bore sighter for rifles and muzzleloaders in reply to Justin SE IOWA, 01-06-2013 16:42:47  
Yep that is pretty much what I said and the longer the shot there after the more likely you are to miss. I have a rifle I will be sighting in this spring for 400-500 yards and it is good right now at 50 but out to 400 plus yards well not so good

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01-06-2013 18:43:35

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 Re: OT.Bore sighter for rifles and muzzleloaders in reply to Justin SE IOWA, 01-06-2013 16:42:47  
Well, I have a BSA as well, and they are a little more accurate than that. Have set up a number of guns up, and had them within a couple inches at 50 yards. Keep a record of each gun, when I'm satisfied with sighting-in, and that way, I can check them later, be sure they're still properly adjusted. Son has a screw-in-the-barrel laser unit. Most times, both methods seem to agree pretty closely. Don't work well on high mounted scopes like on a SKS, however.

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