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NcSTAR Gun Accessory - Laser Bore Sighter TLZ has been discontinued by NcSTAR and is no longer available. Our product experts have helped us select these available replacements below. You can also explore other items in the Bore Sights category yourself to try and find the perfect replacement for you!

NcSTAR Gun Accessory - Laser Bore Sighter TLZ Product Info

NcSTAR Gun Accessory - Laser Bore Sighter TLZ on sale and available from our online store. OpticsPlanet, Inc is an Authorized US Distributor for NcSTAR Bore Sights.

Specifications for NcSTAR Gun Accessory - Laser Bore Sighter TLZ:

Model#: TLZ
Description: Laser Bore Sighter
Weight (Oz.): 15.10

Package Content:

  • NcStar Laser Bore Sighter

NcSTAR Gun Accessory - Laser Bore Sighter TLZ Related Products

NcSTAR Gun Accessory - Laser Bore Sighter TLZ Unorderable Models

NcSTAR Laser Bore Sighter w/ .15-.55 Cal Arbors - TLZ, MPN: TLZ, UPC: 814108013660, Code: NC-BS-TLZ

NcSTAR Gun Accessory - Laser Bore Sighter TLZ Comments

Customer Reviews
Helpful Negative Review Great idea by Legacy Reviewer, September 28, 2009
Totally unusable. Does not point to bore sight picture and is unadjustable (at least by me...with considerable time and trouble. Pros: Good idea...they seem to work...some brands, for some users Cons: Totally unusable. Does not point to bore sight ...
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23/28 found this helpful
Most Recent Review You need to know how to use this to make it work by Legacy Reviewer, February 21, 2014
Most people do not know how to use a bore sighter like this. You have to bench mount your gun in a gun vise, insert the arbor, attach the laser then mark the position of the laser on the target. Once you have done this, remove and rotate the arbor ...
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Most Recent Review didn't listen to other reviews by Legacy Reviewer, April 21, 2013
The salesman lead me to believe that the product may have a lot of users problems. When putting this in I noticed the scope was approx. 9 in. off. I made the adjustment and tried the shot, was not even on target. When I rotated the laser, I was now...
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Most Recent Review Put those hard earned pennies somewhere else by Legacy Reviewer, March 28, 2012
Out of the box one would expect a precision instrument... However you may find yourself to be sadly mistaken. Upon assembly you find that the laser is of decent enough construction, with 4 adjustment screws, but one wouldn't expect to have to zero in...
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11/11 found this helpful
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