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AimSHOT .223 Rem Laser Boresight 20x Brighter Brass BS22320X

AimSHOT, Inc.
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The AimSHOT Laser Boresight System is the most precise, fastest, and most cost effective method to accurately sight your weapon. It projects a beam down the precise center of your bore. Align your sights, optic or laser with the boresight laser, and you are sighted in!

Arbors (sold separately) are available for this boresight to adapt it to many other rifle calibers.

Specifications and Features:
Minimum sighting range: 3 yards
Maximum sighting range: 100 yards
Wavelength: 632 nm
20x brighter for long range use
Output power: less than 5mW
Battery: (3) LR41
Battery life: 20 minutes continuous
Construction: brass

.223 Remington, 5.56 NATO


Item#: 18186
Total number of Reviews: 2

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1.0 5
"DO NOT buy this or any other aimshot product unless you like throwing your money away."
4.0 5
"I have used this boresighter for getting scopes close with relative ease. Firearms that include a Remington 700 30/06, Winchester 94 30/30, and a Remington 870 12 ga. rifled slug barrel. All guns were dialed in first at 25-30 yards. I believe that often times people mistakenly set up at 100 yards right off the bat. When in doubt read the instructions. I will say that in bright sunlight the dot is hard to see out to 100 yards. Works best in lower light conditions. Final complaint would be that the batteries dont last very long. I got these three weapons sighted in and the batteries will require changing. These are readily available and are inexpensive. Buy some extra to have on hand. CTD should note that all of the arbors listed are not included in said universal case. You get the .223 laser and a case that will fit all arbors listed. Its up to you to pick and purchase the arbors seperately. I prefer laser sighting from the breech through barrel opposed to muzzle inserted lasers. Easy, safe, and effective."