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  • Bought a Laser Bore Sight

    For ghits and srins, I bought a .30-06 chamberable laser bore sighter. The brand says MidTen but I don't know if there's any real difference between them. They all seem pretty similar and I figure some of them are cheap knock offs.

    Haven't taken it outside yet to see how bright it is at range, but it sure is neat fiddling around inside. My only complaint so far, no on-off button/switch.

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    Originally posted by Buckshott00 View Post
    For ghits and srins, I bought a .30-06 chamberable laser bore sighter. The brand says MidTen but I don't know if there's any real difference between them. They all seem pretty similar and I figure some of them are cheap knock offs.

    Haven't taken it outside yet to see how bright it is at range, but it sure is neat fiddling around inside. My only complaint so far, no on-off button/switch.
    That is called flattening the curve.

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    • #3
      These would be handy on a pump or auto-loader since you can't just look down the barrel. I only shoot bolt rifles and ARs so I can sight down the bore just fine, regardless of the chambering.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by DakotaMan View Post
        These would be handy on a pump or auto-loader since you can't just look down the barrel. I only shoot bolt rifles and ARs so I can sight down the bore just fine, regardless of the chambering.
        D'Man, I've surprised myself just how accurately I can set a scope peering down the bore.
        I've also surprised myself by not even being on the target at 25 yards too! LOL!

        I've got a little Tasco bore sighting kit. It works pretty well on windage, but it's a bit haphazard for elevation.

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        • #5
          It's for a break action rifle so there's no issue looking thru the bore. Just more of a fun thing. I think I am going to have to change scopes on that rifle though.

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          • #6
            Well there’s no fun in being on paper at the first shot!

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