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Manufacturer: Sightmark SM39007
Item: SCP-244
UPC: 810119010063

Chamber Laser Boresight. Sightmark's award-winning bore sights offer a quick and easy way to sight in your rifle scope. Several in-chamber lasers are available for most popular pistol, rifle and shotgun calibers. Useful for initial sighting of your scope, as well as checking zero after turbulent flights, or as training aids for "quick draw" drills. Carrying case, batteries and instructions included. Select from the calibers below to fit your firearms.

Shotgun 12 Gauge - SCP-244

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4.0 Rating Almost - 6/27/2009
Reviewer: Keith T
Does what its supposed to do, but..... I have a $5 laser pointer from Walmart's pet section that has better focus and intensity than the laser in this product. It works well for my 870 Slug gun where I'm setting zero's out to 100yrds. Not so sure I'll be buying any for my large caliber rifles though.
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1.0 Rating Garbage! - 10/3/2010
Reviewer: Sniper2B
It looks cool and rock solid built, but the battery last about 15 seconds after I turned it on. I strongly advise anyone to not waste your money on this item. Save more money buying ammo from Cheaper Than Dirt!
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4.0 Rating Decent tool - 9/17/2011
Reviewer: TexasPete
I read the instructions, followed them, and the light worked fine. Wash your hands so you don't contaminate the contacts with dirty hands. Common sense stuff. The batteries did not die quickly like others experienced. In fact, they are still good after 20 - 30 minutes of sighting in and experimentation. I say "experimentation" because I wanted to see how concentric the dot was on the target when I rotated the laser cartridge. I marked the end of the cartridge with a sharpie marker and then loaded the cartridge with the mark at 3:00, 6:00, 9:00, and 12:00. The laser dot moved around by .75" at 10 yards. That's 1.5" @ 20 yards, 2.25" @ 30 yards, etc. The dot, at 10 yards, was kind of big and fuzzy, say .5" to .75" in diameter. This is not a super high precision tool, but it does what it's meant to do. It gets you on paper close enough to then go to the range and dial in your sights. I set mine with the laser cartridge loaded so the dot was in the middle of far left and far right. That way, I should only have to adjust for elevation at whatever distance I'm shooting for. Yes, pun intended. It will save some time and ammo at the range. Do you need it? Maybe not. Is it convenient? Sure. Good product for the price.
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Chamber Boresight 12 Gauge Sightmark Quick and Easy Way To Check and Verify Zero
Chamber Boresight 12 Gauge Sightmark Quick and Easy Way To Check and Verify Zero
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