No doubt, that would be more accurate and it is the last step to zero your laser. A boresighter is a time and ammo saver, getting you close before you even pull the trigger. I think the year I have had my boresighter it has paid for itself in ammo cost savings...and that is a good thinggcwimmer said:Don't you have to take in consideration the cartridge your using, I would think bench rest and manual zeroing in would be more accurate.
Mike, I used a Laselyte Universal that works on .22 to .50 caliber.Ooben said:What kind of boresight do you have Rich?
Hey Pick, a couple of gun shops in my area will bore sight if you buy the optics from them, probably would do it anyway for a small fee. I can't remember for sure, but it seems like I paid around $35 or $40 for my sighter from Wally World. I know it has saved me at least that much in ammo, plus all the enjoyment it has given me by tormenting my cat with it...picketeer said:Anyone know if the gunshops rent the bore sighting tool or do you have to purchase it. Seems like a big purchase for now more use than you would get out of a tool if you had to pay $50-$60 for it!
i saw that bore sighter at Wally World the other day i think it sights from .22 to .50 -- i could be wrong.F1Rocket said: