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Sightmark .22LR Boresight

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  • Precision accuracy
  • Fastest gun zeroing and sighting system
  • Reduce wasted cartridges and shells
  • Easy to pack and travel
  • Comes with a carrying case
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Product Description

The Sightmark Laser Bore Sight provides the most convenient and accurate method for sighting in rifles of all types. Simply chamber the bore sight like a regular bullet and a laser dot will show exactly where the rifle is aiming; it’s easy to sight in any scope without firing a single shot. Live fire is only needed to fine tune the weapon being sighted in order to compensate for inconsistencies, such as bullet drop due to distance. Perfect for hunters, competitive shooters and law enforcement, the Sightmark laser bore sight is sure to take the frustration out of sighting in almost any gun. It’s easy to use and will quickly save both time and money by avoiding prolonged live fire tests at the range; use the extra ammo for honing those shooting skills and for the hunt. A lightweight carrying pouch protects the laser for convenient use in the field. The Sightmark laser bore sight is available in several calibers and gages for use with all the most popular rifles and shotguns.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.5 x 2 x 4.5 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B004TDPZU4
  • Item model number: SM39021
  • Batteries 2 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (124 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,703 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

It saved a bunch of ammo.
Cate
Update: Never did find a way to make it work and after giving it as a gift for Christmas, my friend ran into the same issues with all of his guns.
cowboy
Some slide action pistols also have a barrel that tilts in a movement linked with the position of the bolt and slide (the P22 barrel doesn't tilt).
DarthRad

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

127 of 132 people found the following review helpful By DarthRad on October 4, 2011
I've uploaded some photos to let you see what this 22LR boresight looks like and how it works, since the Amazon photo does not clearly show the 22LR boresight.

Basically, unlike the other Sightmark boresights, the 22LR "bullet" that goes into the gun's breech contains only the laser, as the 22LR form factor is too small to hold any batteries. A one foot long wire connects the 22LR Sightmark "bullet" with a battery box outside of the gun. The box holds two AAA batteries and has an on-off switch.

The AAA batteries are cheaper and longer lasting and save you the trouble of getting extra silver oxide button batteries, used by the other Sightmarks. However, the design raises several other issues, especially with 22LR pistols that use a slide action.

The laser "bullet" is longer than a 22LR round. This extra length keeps the bolt from closing the chamber and shearing off the wire. Still, the wire looks delicate and flimsy and there is a potential durability issue here of the wire eventually breaking after extensive use.

The Sightmark boresight works fine for non-slide action pistols such as the Ruger 22LR pistols. It would work fine for 22LR rifles also.

In 22LR pistols with a slide action (e.g., the Walther P22), the iron sights, slide action, and bolt are all mechanically linked together and move together. Some slide action pistols also have a barrel that tilts in a movement linked with the position of the bolt and slide (the P22 barrel doesn't tilt).
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35 of 38 people found the following review helpful By cowboy on December 3, 2012
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got my boresight in the mail. promptly opened it up and tried it in my p22. started looking through the packaging for a shim of some sort, it moved so much i thought it must come with shims. didn't find any. after fooling with alu. foil and tape i settled on some very thin medical tape wrapped around the boresight to make it fit snug in the barrel. next im going to try teflon tape and if its still crappy im sending it back. also had the exact same issues with my 10/22. im going to bet they designed these things to fit the tightest(?) match barrels around. anyways i tried the swivel method mentioned by another reviewer and sure enough the beam comes out of the boresite at an angle. from 25ft using my finger to wobble the bore sight in the chamber, the laser had a "grouping" size of about 8 inches. Update: Never did find a way to make it work and after giving it as a gift for Christmas, my friend ran into the same issues with all of his guns. they refused return siting outside return policy, which i was understanding most companies kinda wave right after Christmas for obvious reasons. not this one. so in addition to this being a crappy product, the company action gear gets a big thumbs down too.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Gregg R Thomas on May 9, 2012
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Wobbled in the chamber, didn't point down the center of the barrel, I couldn't use it so I sent it back.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Jon on March 14, 2012
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This boresight worked great for sighting in my ruger rifle and my walther pistol. You have to be easy with it though. The small wire out of the side looks very fragile. If it gets pinned in the barrel you will definately need something to push it out through the barrel. Do not try to pull it out with the wire.
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Rex B. Evans on November 11, 2012
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Don't waste your money or even your time and effort on the Sight-Mark .22LR boresight. You will return it.

At about 15 feet the laser projected an oblong dot with a series of rings off to the right. Realizing the rings were reflection off the inside or the bore, I maneuvered the laser in the chamber but could not eliminate them. The same thing happened with a number of other rifles and handguns.

At the range we zeroed the scope with another borescope and confirmed with several groups. At 50 yards the Sight-Mark was four MOA to the left and six MOA down. At 100 yards the dot looked like a grapefruit.

I've been considering a Sight-Mark red dot for a 22 semi-auto pistol but if the .22LR boresight is an example of the company's quality and performance, I may have to look at other brands.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By George Wey on October 17, 2012
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I purchased this to use on my Ruger 10/22 Takedown but the boresight does not fit snug even with the bolt pressing on it.

Because the fit is so loose when the laser beam goes down the barrel it reflects off the rifling and what comes out the end is far from a laser dot. Looks more like a flower.

I have used great boresights and this is not one of them. Waste of money in my opinion...
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Jeff on December 9, 2011
I inserted the boresight into the chamber and slowly released the slide, so it sits "snugs up" the boresighter/chamber fit. Wire exited the L side of the pistol. Did my 25m zero & squeezed off 10 rds. 1" group, but 3" from center. Reinserted boresight, wire exiting L side, and it appeared to retain zero. Just for giggles I spun the boresight 180 degrees, wire now exiting the pistol on the R side. Did not retain zero (or what I thought was zero). Back to the mil spec method :(
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