Kruger Optical 65313 Magnetic Riflescope Boresighter
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- Magnetic boresighter
- Bore sight your scope to your rifle with ease
- Focus: 100 yards
- Reticle pattern: Crosshair
- Kruger optics accessory
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Kruger Optical's accessories are designed to complement our innovative optics. Our innovative, breathable COOLNECK straps, tripods and mounts are designed to be durable and easy to use (just like our optics). The Coolneck from Kruger is a patented all-season, breathable neck strap with warming pockets (insert commercial hand warmers for winter comfort; insert ice pack for summer). Made with advanced, breathable materials for maximum comfort. The Magnetic Riflescope Boresighter from Kruger Optical features: * Magnetic boresighter * Bore sight your scope to your rifle with ease * Focus: 100 yards * Reticle pattern: Crosshair * Kruger optics accessory
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If you pay attention to the short paragraph that the manufacturer calls instructions, you'll see that this boresighter is meant to get you "on paper"...at 25 yards. Truth is, most scopes don't adjust enough to be able to get OFF paper at 25 yards. This product is pure snake oil, and clearly not designed to serve any real-world purpose. Actual use of this product confirms these suspicions. Using this boresighter is exactly the same as using no boresighter.
If you own a bolt action rifle, don't waste your money on this and do this instead: mount your scope and make sure the rifle is unloaded. Remove the bolt from the rifle. You should now be able to see through the back of the rifle and through the rifle bore. Place the rifle on a bench rest, and looking through the rifle bore as a guide, line up the rifle on your target. Then, without moving the rifle, look through the scope and adjust it so that the crosshairs are aiming at the same spot that you lined up using the rifle bore. Look through the bore a second time to ensure that the rifle didn't move while you were adjusting the scope. Repeat if necessary. This will get you on paper at distances well in excess of 25 yards, and it will do a much better job than this throw-away mockery of a boresighter.
If you have a semi-automatic rifle, or if you prefer to use a working boresighter, I recommend Bushnell's optical boresighter. It is a real and funtional boresighter, and includes mandrels to mount and center the boresighter in the barrel. I have used it successfully many times on many rifles. Laser boresighters are another option, and although they do not tend to do as good a job, they're infinitely better than this piece of garbage. Alternatively, just take your rifle to a sporting goods shop and have them boresight it for you.
which deepens the mystery of how it's suppose to be used. I definitely would not recommend buying this. Invest your money in
one of the bent laser sighters instead.
I can't see why someone would have a problem with a scope mounted high unless it is so high for the adjustments of the scope to angle it down. I like this product and I like the scope it came with. It sticks to the end of the barrel so well that it has to be moved carefully to center it properly and turn it so it is attached vertically. I also like the Weaver rings I used that let me use the iron sights for close up shooting. The instructions say this is for setting the scope for 25 yards, so it will have to be adjusted some for a much longer distance. Please rate my review if it is helpful.