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LaserLyte Laser Bore Sight 22-50
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- Fastest sight-in method on the market
- Fits all calibers from .22-.50 (min. 3-inch barrel)
- Sight in scope, iron sights or laser sights
- Save time with the simple sight in method
- Save ammo with the system, only 2-3 rounds needed
- Power Output: 650nm, 5mW, Class IIIa
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This laser will sight your gun in faster than any other method. The process is so simple that it saves you a lot of time. You will only need to fire 2-3 rounds of ammo so it will save you money. Find the right adapter for your caliber, shine your laser out to 25 yards, adjust crosshairs to the dot, then go fire your first 100 yard shot. The universal design will fit all your guns from .22-.50 caliber and only requires a minimum 3-inch barrel. The laser bore sighter will work with scopes, iron sights or even sight in laser gun sights. This unit will work for modern sporting rifles and works great with most flash suppressors and muzzle breaks.
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For this reason, I was willing to pay a few extra $ to make sure that the bore sight would be fairly accurate and this seemed to be a better choice and versatile in order to be able to be used with other caliber pistols also. Before I was going to start adjusting the rear sight to this bore sight, I wanted to make sure that it is accurate so I fitted it in a Glock that has factory, non adjustable, sights and to my surprise, the Glock's sights were perfectly aligned with the laser dot produced by this bore sight so I knew that adjusting the .22 sights according to this bore sight would give me the correct windage and elevation adjustments.
Here is how to use it: This bore sight comes with 4 plastic attachments and 4 small screws. The length of the screws varies depending on the attachment. For small calibers you will need to screw the small screw in the plastic attachment all the way (Do not strip the plastic. The screws go on tight and you must not try to over tighten them when all the way in the plastic so you do not strip the plastic threads). Once the screw is all the way in the plastic attachment, you can now screw that little assembly on the bore sight just enough that the plastic will expand to the size of the barrel hole and go in but not be too loose. Insert the bore sight further in and as you go, keep tightening a little so the plastic attachment keeps conforming on the barrel size. The goal is to insert the whole thing in the barrel until the end of the barrel touches the aluminum housing of the bore sight. Then start turning the bore sight clockwise and as you turn, the plastic attachment at the end of it will expand and grab against the barrel so it will pull the bore sight tight against the barrel. Do not over tighten, what you want is for the whole assembly to be tight enough against the end of the bore so it does not move around. Now you can turn it on and adjust your sights to the laser dot at the distance you would like (there are some instructions about distance adjustment but they seem to be for riffles not pistols).
The attached picture shows the 2 different types of screws and the attachments. I put the screws in 2 of the attachments (9mm and .22) and one of those is on the bore sight. On the 9mm attachment, you can see the screw extending out of it so you can attach the whole thing at the end of the bore sight. The second picture shows a close view of the 9mm plastic attachment with the screw in it ready to be attached to the bore sight.
There are some instructions that come with it but the procedure that I described here is kind of not apparent in the pictures and few words. I hope this helped.
The trick is to use the attachments properly. Expand the fitting to fit the barrel snugly. When you insert it into the barrel it gives you a perfect sighting.
The only improvement would be to improve the on/off switch. It is cheaply made and hard to work. I suspect it will not last long and I'll have to take out the batteries to shut it off. But .... I have bought and returned barrel bore sights and magnetic bore sights because they just weren't accurate. This product works if you use it properly. I'll live with the switch!
Update: After a couple of months, the laser is no longer "dead on". For some unknown reason (stored in a hard case) the optic is now 2-4 inches off at 25 feet.
Still gets you "close" and I still recommend it, but it's obviously not built solidly. For the price it's excellent!
Of course the shooter, the rifle, the optic and everything else has to do their job as well. This is not part of the platform, just a (in my opinion) helpful aid to success.