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laser bore sights

by armydog, from United States, CA Written on December 9, 2014
Came packaged as pictured. Really made getting my streamlight TLR-2 HL roughly zeroed in so I was on paper at the range. Didn't notice a lot of variability with rotation of the bore sighter within the barrel in where the laser dot was appearing....
Would recommend: Yes
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have many of the ace-dot laser bore sights

by buddy love, from United States, SC Written on November 26, 2014
I have a lot of the SightMark Accu-Dot laser bore sights. They work great and will save you money not having to put more ammo thru your guns to get on paper. I have only had trouble with one of them and that was with the 8x57 Mauser, I had to take a few thousandths off the back with my lathe to work. I sight in a long room or go outside at dusk or night. I do wish it had the caliber size on outside of storage package....
Pros:
  • save money on ammo
Cons:
  • can not use in bright sunlight
Would recommend: Yes
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You have to have "common sense"

by MrArff, from United States, SC Written on October 18, 2014
These products are very good for getting you "on paper" at 25 YARDS! One poster ranted that " I tried to set it up at 25 feet, that's what I read on a forum, but it didn't work at 100 yards" Anyone at a gun range will tell you that these ARE NOT FOR SETTING DEAD ZERO. They get you close, then it is up to you to adjust to suit the distance. I have these for all my revolvers, and they get me within a couple of inches at 25 yards, the rest is up to me. Some people just plain don't know how to adjust a scope or open sights for that matter. Then they read posts by other losers on forums and take that bullsh*t for gospel....
Would recommend: Yes
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brilliant product

by dazza, from Canada, BC Written on September 11, 2014
Nice strong precise lazer perfect for the purpose i saved a lot of rounds using this little beauty.fits perfect unlike other multifit products.it comes with a handy little pouch to hold it and the batteries seperately,great product....
Would recommend: Yes
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Actually less than 1/2 a star.

by Wyomick, from United States, CO Written on August 30, 2014
Used on two different types of rifles to get a red dot and a scope on paper prior to the range. Both rifles shot about 30" high at 50 yds. I used a 3 boxes of ammo on both to get them zeroed at 200 yds and wasted a lot of time. Don't waste your money on this piece of junk....
Pros:
  • None
Cons:
  • doesn't work
Best Used for:
  • Garbage
Would recommend: No
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Actually less than 1/2 a star.

by Wyomick, from United States, CO Written on August 30, 2014
Used on two different types of rifles to get a red dot and a scope on paper prior to the range. Both rifles shot about 30" high at 50 yds. I used a 3 boxes of ammo on both to get them zeroed at 200 yds and wasted a lot of time. Don't waste your money on this piece of junk....
Pros:
  • None
Cons:
  • doesn't work
Best Used for:
  • Garbage
Would recommend: No
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Does the Sightmark red laser work? Yes, very well.

by Whizbang, from United States, FL Written on August 29, 2014
This unit is made of brass, fit the chamber and also a case gauge perfectly. It worked fine to get a rough dial in.
Yes, buy this one not the N Star junk.If you want to get the best alignment, turn a delrin plug to fit the muzzle and drill a big hole almost thru but leave a thin wall. Put the laser light on and measure the spot at about 24 inches. Drill the wall just a tad smaller. If you do a good job the results will amaze you....
Would recommend: Yes
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SightMark Accu-Dot Laser Bore Sight

by RampRat, from United States, TX Written on August 29, 2014
Like like this item because its very easy to use. I used it to line up my new Crimson Trace LaserGrips on my Sig M11-A1, and an older Lasergrip on my Browning Hi-Power. One note of caution: Remove the batteries after each bore sight session, or they may stick in the bore sight's barrel. That's what happened to my other bore sight....
Pros:
  • good light transmission
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Cons:
  • None
Would recommend: Yes
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a small product item

by kmarty, from United States, IL Written on July 31, 2014
this item is small and has no on off switch. Taking the batteries out is the off switch. The pouch they give you to keep it in is not a good fit. It seems like it, and the 2 batteries can fall out of the pouch it comes with. It does work though and i think i paid like $39...
Would recommend: Yes
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Hit or Miss

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, AL Written on June 28, 2014
Even when you treat this product with care and are careful when forward assisting the rim of this cartridge past your extractor so that it fits flush with your bolt face,you might get one of these bore sights and it be dead on or you might get one and the laser have so much run-out that the beam begins to graze the barrel bore on exit from the barrel. Sight mark is not the only producer of these products with the same issue. The quality control of all these laser sights cartridges seems to be coherently flawed. I finally got a good one on the third try. For some reason there's an issue with keeping the laser true and concentric with the case housing.
Pros: Brilliant Concept
Cons: Quality Control for this product seems to be non existant....
Would recommend: No
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