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Re: OT.Bore sighter for rifles and muzzleloaders
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I've got the laserlyte system, that goes into the bore and fits 12 ga-50cal-.22LR. Works great. Once you use it once, and then actually get a gun sighted in, go back and see where it is on the paper using the laser. Should be there every time you check it. Works great for me, and I haven't missed yet.
To the guy who said it take 1 shot......your method only works, if the scope is mounted correctly. I just wanted to mention this, because if the bullet needs to be adjusted say 3" to the left, and no height adjustment....and the scope isn't mounted level, you will notice that if you move it the correct adjustment for 3" left, it has now went up or down too.
Mounting the scope, lapping the rings, leveling the scope to the barrel, and proper tightening of the rings is crucial when I begin the sighting in process.
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