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For those who seem confused this thing isn't ment to give you zero at 100 y...
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Aimshot Boresight works for me

by Augie, from United States, MO Written on November 2, 2014
I bought the Aimshot Boresight with the attached battery box and a .308 arbor to go with it. I shoot a DPMS LR-308 with a Leupold 4.5 x 14 scope on a LaRue quick release mount. Depending on the time of the year I move my scope to my .223, 22LR, or AirForce Condor .25 air rifle. Because I am constantly moving the scope I really need to sight it in when deer season starts up. At $2 a shot for my .308 I wanted to conserve my money when sighting in. In the past it has taken me between 5 and 10 shots to get the scope exactly where I wanted it at 100 yards. This year I was able to accomplish that with 3 shots. I don't think this has saved me as much in money as it has in time. I was using the laser on a sunny day and was able to see it at 100 yards while it was not as bright as it could have been it was still very functional. While sighting in I moved the rifle a couple of times and that was enough to loosen the arbor in the chamber which distorted the laser, it took a minute for me to realize what happened and reseat the arbor. The .223 laser does fit very snug into the arbor. When I got to the range I set a target at 50 yards and my point of impact was 1 inch right and 1 inch high. Some of the negatives: The magnet to hold the battery box to the rifle is a joke, it barely supports the weight of the empty box. The battery compartment is accessed with two small screws. Since this is something I will only use a few times a year I would prefer the battery compartment has...
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Pros:
  • Works as advertised
  • Comes with a case
  • Laser fits snugly in arbor
Cons:
  • Next to Nonfuntional magnet
  • battery box uses screws to access
  • difficult to access cord/laser storage
Best Used for:
  • Rifle that digests expensive ammo
Would recommend: Yes
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Good Quality

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, IN Written on February 18, 2014
Product showed up on time and along with my order for a .308 arbor. There were no defects. I used the laser in my .308 semi S&W M&P10. You need a mirco Phillips screwdriver to remove the screws from the battery cover to insert the batteries into the external battery box - no biggie since I had a set. The wire connecting the box to the backend of the laser module is a little thin (I would have liked one a bit fatter) but it works; however, I wouldn't slam the a bolt against it; I removed the bolt from my gun just to be safe. The length of the wire is adequate. The laser unit snapped into the abor firmly. The arbor itself was a little loose in the chamber so I wrapped a piece of scotch tape around its circumference and that provided enough friction to hold the abor in place. The on/off switch is adequate. The button magnet on the battery box holds the battery box to the gun if you can find a flat surface. I focused the laser on a garage door 60 yards away at dusk and it was clearly visible enough to allow me to align my scope to the red dot. Will go to the range eventually when the snow gets bearable. Happy Camper.
Pros: No worries with the 2 AAA batteries to power it.
Cons: None...
Would recommend: Yes
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17 HMR Boresight

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on November 15, 2013
Overall, a nice product. Would recommend to others for purchase.
Pros: Remote batteries, common battery size
Cons: Hard wire connection; better if plug for different calibers...
Would recommend: Yes
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Great system

by Legacy Reviewer, Written on August 8, 2013
This is a great system that will pay for itself in short time especially with multiple calibers. In smaller calibers the laser doesn't seem as defined but plenty good enough to complete sighting in. Bright sunlight will also negate the effectiveness but choose early/late daylight or overcast and its great. The wire to the battery pack can make closing the chamber to lock in the aimshot hard especially with close actions like a Sako but with a fiddle around you can get it set to use - overall a great system well worth it
Pros: easy to use
Cons: hard to close bolt with wire, arbour can get stuck in tight chambers, bright sunlight will limit range...
Would recommend: Yes
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aimshot battery

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, CT Written on July 6, 2013
Good battery life, gets you on paper in several calibers.
Pros: good battery life
Cons: n/a...
Would recommend: Yes
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Laser boresight

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on May 3, 2013
The price of this product is about the same as a gun store fee to boresight a rifle, and it is reuseable.
Pros: Simple and easy to use...
Would recommend: Yes
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Bore site easily

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on April 23, 2013
Works great in rifles or handguns where barrel does not tilt. If the barrel tilts (Glock etc) then the bolt needs to completely close to site the weapon but the wire between the cartridge/laser and the power supply / battery box will block the bolt from closing.
Pros: Easy to replace / inexpensive batteries
Cons: Wire is fragile and bolt won't close over it...
Would recommend: Yes
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Good product - needs better wiring

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, MA Written on April 21, 2013
Overall this unit functions as intended. I was hoping the wire would be a bit more rugged, nevertheless, a good product.
Pros: functions as intended
Cons: flimsy wire to external box...
Would recommend: Yes
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Hammer2525

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, PA Written on April 19, 2013
Used to sight in my 22 pistol. Seemed to work fine no issues, allowed me to get my sights adjusted to suite my needed. My only complaint would be the screw covers for the battery compartment, it would have been better to have had a quick access like a remote controller, since your not supposed to store with the batteried in it....
Pros: Fairly Bright Laser
Cons: No Quick access to the battery compartment ...
Would recommend: Yes
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.22LR Laser Boresight

by Legacy Reviewer, Written on November 24, 2012
This product works as advertised and the price is right! Two concerns: one, the battery box dangling from the wires causes concerns for long life; two, the cover to the batter box has the tiniest screws that you need to work with that I'm concerned they'll either get lost, or I'll destroy them because I don't have an eyeglass screwdriver to fit them properly! What's up with that?
Pros: Price; Quality
Cons: Screws on battery box awkward...
Would recommend: Yes
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