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.223 5.56x45mm Caliber Cartridge Laser Bore Sighter Boresighter

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.223 5.56x45mm Caliber Cartridge Laser Bore Sighter Bore sighter

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B008VS8M58
  • Item model number: BS223
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (600 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,882 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Battery lasted less than 2 minutes!
A buyer
Tried all standard methods using the 3 adjustment screws to center the laser.
Drizzt
This product simply has too many issues to recommend.
Mark D.

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163 of 170 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Waldron on January 6, 2013
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SO I gave this product 4 stars simply because the laser is not that focused and it came off center. I expected taking the batteries out which is fine since it came with a plastic baggie, i put the batteries back in their packages after use.

However it coming off center makes it worthless. So I figured how to center it because eyeballing the inside brass to the outside did not work.

1.) Get a drill with a simple keyless chuck on it. Most modern cordless drills have them.
2.) insert the unit far enough that you can still see the adjustment screws but far enough back that the chuck isnt just biting on the battery door in the back. (if its too far forward you can wiggle it.)
3.) make sure you dont clamp the brass too hard leaving marks but make sure it doesnt wiggle either.
4.) set the drill on a flat surface and point it at a nearby wall.
5.) run the drill slowly until the laser is on the "high side" and adjust with the 3 set screws until the laser just spins on the wall in the same place
6.) your bore sighter is now as good as possible for under $10
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41 of 47 people found the following review helpful By vegasnoid on October 3, 2012
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I received my UTAC 5.56 Laser Boresighter today and was kind of leery about it because of the plain white box it came in, and no instructions at all. I put the batteries in, and set it up to calibrate the laser before even trying it in my gun. And to my surprise, the laser was perfectly centered in the cartridge. This is rare, acording to all the reviews on all the other brands. Usually you have to center the beam in the cartridge before even trying to sight in your gun, or if you turn the laser a 1/4 turn, you're completly off zero, and have to start over. Well this one was perfect, right out of the box. The only negative thing I can think of, is that when you are done using it, you have to remove the batteries. You can't just turn it off. But you dont use it often anyway, so its not a big deal. I would highly recomend this to everyone looking to buy a boresighter. It is the best one I have ever used, and for the price, you cant go wrong! I am now looking to replace all of my boresighters with UTAC boresighters.
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22 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Cline on November 30, 2012
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I bought this half expecting it to be flimsy junk, but nothing could be further from the facts! It is well made, being machined from solid brass. The case fits perfectly in my M4 breech and extracts just like a real shell. The laser is perfectly centered in my barrel, a fact that would be easy to tell if it weren't since there would be some distortion in the laser dot, which there isn't, it is perfectly round. The end cap is very clever and has nice close tolerances to its threading. The inside of the end cap has a spring loaded plastic nubbin inside to create pressure on the batteries when they are installed. The operation is pretty self explanatory (at least to ME!). You will need to remove the batteries from the casing whenever you aren't using it, because there is no OFF switch. This is a simple matter. After placing the batteries in the unit, carefully screw the end cap on (being careful NOT to cross-thread it!) and screw it down to a point where the laser just begins to activate, then stop and back the cap out a turn or two, just until the laser turns off but you can activate it by pushing lightly on the end cap. With the unit set like this, simply lock open your breech and drop the cartridge into the breech by hand (DO NOT try to strip this off a magazine or release your bolt catch using the bolt catch release or you will damage the unit. I AM SURE!). Once the cartridge is seated all the way straight into the breech, carefully and slowly let the bolt forward using the charging handle until the bolt head face presses against the end cap of the cartridge and activates the laser. Simple as THAT! Just gotta' use "common sense". I have been thrilled with mine and have "initial zeroed" both my H&K Diopter "Iron" Sights and my Red Dot sight on my M4.Read more ›
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29 of 36 people found the following review helpful By RJL on January 3, 2013
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Ok, first of all, if you think it is cheap don't return it or toss it, read this first. Its 10 bucks and it's a laser in a .223 shaped casing not bad for 10 bucks. Even though it is inexpensive, it is still a useful tool and you will save 3-4x the cost in ammunition. I'll go ever the pros and the cons and then a quick bore sighting strategy that should help those that get one that is off center (like mine was). This also works with all the bore sighters no matter how much you pay. Pros:
1. It's a laser and it turns on when you insert the batteries
2. Fits well in the chamber
3. Has a bright light
Cons:
1. Laser spot is slightly out of focus (but still very good for a sub $10 diode laser)
2. Laser is off center; probably in most of these units unless you get lucky, either way the following process will correct for this.
Have a plan and understand what you want before you start tweaking your optics and mounts. Rough adjustments, depending on your mountings, should be done with the mountings, fine adjustments are done with the scope or optic adjustment.
One can do this the hard way, at the range or outside (I do not recommend, sunlight may overwhelm the laser brightness), or in your garage or living room. I chose living room.
1. Measure the distance from the center of the cartridge to the center of your optic ( I used an electronic caliper-12 bucks on Amazon). One might even measure to the tip of the iron front sights to check verify the iron sights. Mine was, from the center of the cartridge to the front sight, about 23 mm. Easy way is to measure from the center of the muzzle (space) to the tip of the front sight. All of these measurements are awkward and one must estimate as close as possible.
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