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Sighting System Instruments Sight-Rite Chamber Cartridge Laser Bore Sighter
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Most Helpful Positive Review DIY Sight Your Scope
First time I laser bore sighted a 7.62X39 during evening twilight in my bac...
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Most Helpful Negative Review Just okay and it saved ammo.
It was easy to use and got me on paper therefore I saved ammo. I used a .22...
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SSI in 204 Ruger jammed into my new Thompson Encore Pro Hunter....badly!

by Kol, from Canada, ON Written on October 8, 2014
I bought one of these SSI Bore sighters from Bass Pro at Vaughan MIlls in Toronto. After driving considerable distance to sight in my new rifle, I discovered it jammed in my new rifle, and I had a horrible time getting it out of the gun. I ended up ruining the bore sighter. The extraction rim broke off. Also fiddling around with the batteries bas not a straight forward operation. If you are thinking of buying one of these things...save your money. I have researched since my horrible experience and jamming up in barrels of new guns is commonplace. There seems to be no consistency in this product. Some people love them, but there is evidence of a lot of falures in the field. Seems they have a quality control issue. It is a simple process, like sliding an actual cartridge in the gun, and thereafter extracting it. I am disappointed that Brass Pro would sell such poor quality items. But hey...the Ruger 204 encore pro hunter, is awesome!...
Would recommend: No
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Just okay and it saved ammo.

by Brad Johnson, from United States, OR Written on August 2, 2014
It was easy to use and got me on paper therefore I saved ammo. I used a .223 Sight Rite and followed the instructions. I was using it to site in a Lucid Red Dot and Magpul BUIS's. Not bad at 50yds but lost about 8 to 9 inches at 100yds. Not very visible in the day light at the range. Perform your initial adjustments indoors without direct sunlight. Wish they had one in a green laser....
Would recommend: Yes
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Eddie Mac

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on August 12, 2013
Works Great!!!...
Would recommend: Yes
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Scope bore sight

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, FL Written on April 19, 2013
Laser did not seat into chamber and was off as much as an inch in 25 yrds between movements. Sometimes stuck in chamber. Having to be removed with cleaning rod. Did get me on paper. Overall saved ammo and worth the money.
Pros: Good value.
Cons: Did'nt seat in chamber as discribed...
Would recommend: Yes
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Laser Bore sighter .243

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, PA Written on April 1, 2013
Easy to use and set up, makes bore sighing very simple....
Would recommend: Yes
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Not the Cold

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, NC Written on March 24, 2013
Saves some ammo but could not get is to work in the cold. When it works it is great. You also have to wait till dusk or nighttime to use it or you can't see the laser...
Pros: Saves ammo
Cons: Does not work well in the cold...
Would recommend: Yes
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Do NOT Use in a Semi-Auto!!!!

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on March 12, 2013
I bought one for my M4 and one for my SCAR 17s. In my SCAR, the bolt closed the breach on accident and that cartridge got jammed in the barrel. It was a PIA getting it dislodged. I broke a cleaning rod trying to hammer the cartridge back out of the chamber. Use with bolt actions ONLY!
Pros: Bright laser
Cons: Jams in the breach if your bolt release is touched!...
Would recommend: No
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Good value

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on November 9, 2012
Pretty good, battery life was very short though. ...
Would recommend: Yes
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DIY Sight Your Scope

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on August 31, 2012
First time I laser bore sighted a 7.62X39 during evening twilight in my backyard at 20 yards. Next day, I went to the range and was on bullseye in three rounds and blew center target out with 17 more rounds at 20 yards. Next try, I sighted in a .223 and .243 in three rounds at 100 yards using the same method. Now I stay in the house and laser bore sight on the wall across the room , go to the range and sight in my .308 in three shots at 200 yards. You can use too much ammo to get on paper, pay a gunsmith each time you mount your scope or buy a Laser Bore Sighter and get zero with your rifle in three shots. I've got them in 7.63x39, ,223, ,243 and .308.
Pros: Get an accurate zero
Cons: Eats up battery life....
Would recommend: Yes
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Back in Line

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on June 26, 2012
Great for bringing my scope into the target zone. A bad set of batteries made the first attempts to use this impossible as the laser kept going out and needed resetting to on (again and again) until finally it started working by staying on. Very frustrating but eventually when it worked was a great way to align my scope sighting.
Pros: Easy to use
Cons: Bad Batterys...
Would recommend: Yes
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