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Firefield Red Laser Bore Sight For .223 Rem

 
Firefield
FF39001
810119011510
SCP-2301
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$24.97
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The fastest gun zeroing and sighting system there is, the Firefield .223 Rem laser bore sighter is easy to insert and remove. Once placed in the chamber of the firearm, the red laser dot appears exactly where the barrel is pointed, allowing the weapon sights to be adjusted to the theoretical impact point. Live fire is only needed to fine tune for bullet drop and windage compensation.

The fastest gun zeroing and sighting system there is, the Firefield .223 Remington laser bore sight is easy to insert and remove.

Once placed in the chamber of the firearm, the red laser dot appears exactly where the barrel is pointed so the weapon sights can be adjusted to the theoretical impact point. Reduce wasted time, cartridges and shells; live fire is only needed to fine tune for bullet drop and windage compensation.

Simple to store and transport, and made with an energy-saving laser for impressive longevity, this is a great gun sighting tool at an even greater value.

Features and Specifications:
Red Laser
Material: Lightweight, Durable Annodized Aluminum Construction
For Use With Rifles Or Shotguns Chambered in .223 Rem
Automatically Centers In The Chamber
Corrosion Resistant
 
Total number of Reviews: 2

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2.0 5
"Not very useful for outdoor shooting in daylight. I tried to use it at 100 yards,but was unable to see the laser, so I couldn't set up my scope. Maybe useful in an indoor range or night time range use."
4.0 5
"Works very well. A fine instrument that will help you over and over again. 2 downsides (1.) Better if it had and on/off switch. Taking batteries out to turn it off increases offs of losing them. (2.) It's a slight challenge to use in conjunction with a red dot optic. In all, it's still a fine tool."