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Bushnell Magnetic Boresighter
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- Quality optics with stunning HD clarity
- 100% quality materials used and tested extensively
- Beautiful design and durability built to last
- Optical boresighter designed for quick, easy sight in
- Etched glass reticle
- Magnetically attaches to muzzle of any firearm
- Eliminates need for arbors or spuds
- For use on all calibers and firearms
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I thought my rifle was right on the money after wasting a ton of ammo at the range sighting it in. This tool showed I was off by just a little, but every little bit help.
Tool works great for boresighting scopes(red dot or cross hairs). It will not work if you're trying to sight in a laser or any other device other than a mounted scope.
As for the quality of the unit itself: from my experiences with it the magnet itself doesn't seem near strong enough to keep itself firmly in place; a marked, sliding lock-down barrel arbor insert would have worked better at stabilizing the Bushnell into a fixed, repeatable position that can be used consistently time and time again. When sighting the optical scope mounted to my S&W pistol, this boresight constantly shifted position whenever the gun was moved even the smallest amount, either sliding down, shifting side-to-side and/or moving rotationally off vertical. The same thing occurred as I was trying to use this to sight the red dot mounted on my Glock. In the end I just gave up and reached into my bag for my laser boresight instead.
Perhaps with bolt-action shooters this thing works great, but for me and what I wanted it for this unit goes back to Amazon as a failed experiment.
So I mounted and leveled my scope at the house, and it looked good. I put the bore sighter on it and GEEZ, the scope was looking very far left and very high. I adjusted my windage and elevation to compensate. I thought I must have adjusted the scope almost as far as it would go, and was worried that I would have to adjust it more and not be able to - I must have really screwed up mymounting.
I take it to the range the next day to fine tune, and the first shot was... really low and to the right. Took a few shots, but I got my scope adjust appropriately and when I checked my knobs, I was almost back to zero where I had started before using the boresighter. I was disappointed. Putting the boresighter back on, it still looks like I am aiming really high and left. YMMV.
The boresighter has use now, as I know where to aim on this specific boresighter to be zeroed on my rifle. So, I can remove my scope, put it back on and re-zero (at least be close) without going to the range. I just expected more.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Horrible piece of gear. Total waste of money, if you barely bump it when setting it up, or it slips on its own it'll make it look like you're off again. Read morePublished 24 days ago by GunGuy
Another "kinda, sorta, right around there somewhere" device. Narrows point of impact down to a 45 degree cone. The old version with arbors is far better. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Konrad
Seem to set up easy on my Marlin Model 60 and my AR platform. I haven't shot either since using this, but will probably in the next week.Published 3 months ago by Donald Walborn
I was very skeptical that this would be as accurate as the type that attach to the barrel via an adapter. It actually worked perfectly. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Soundaround
ok, it is easier to just look through your bore and sight the scope in that way than using this thing.Published 4 months ago by Predator
Seems to be accurate but doesn't inspire confidence prior to sighting-in on paper.Published 5 months ago by bcky