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CenterPoint Laser Boresighter, .17 to .50 Cal Guns, Min. 3.8" Barrel Needed

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CenterPoint Laser Boresighter, .17 to .50 Cal Guns, Min. 3.8" Barrel Needed

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PY-A-3575

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$27.50

List Price $40.00, Orig.Price $37.95 Save $10.45 (27%)

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  • Description
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  • CenterPoint red laser boresighter
  • Fits .17 to .50 caliber guns
  • Also compatible with 12-, 16- and 20-gauge shotguns
  • Works with air rifles & air pistols with minimum 3.8-inch barrel
  • 6 adapters
  • 6.5"x0.5"x0.5"
  • Includes batteries
  • Do not use on guns that have muzzlebrakes, silencers, fake silencers, shrouds or noise dampeners.

CenterPoint's red laser boresighter is battery-powered and has 6 adapter fittings for .17 to .50 caliber gun (air rifles, air pistols, firearms & airsoft guns). It also fits 12-, 16- and 20-gauge shotguns. Stop wasting time and ammo manually sighting-in your targets!


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Item Code: CPLBS1745 [PY-A-3575]
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By keith from USA on 2016-01-03
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Things I liked: I purchased this unit, because price was right.

Things I would have changed: The inserts, for lower calibers, are useless. I could not get two sightings to match, even after seven attempts. It does not offer a "snug" or secure fit, and actually moved, or wiggled, after I inserted it. The first time you attempt to insert, or remove, this bore sighter from a 177, or 22 caliber, the rubber stuck inside the weapon's barrel, and made the unit unless. The "off/on" witch is really poorly designed, and the only way to truly turn it off is to remove the batteries. Heck, I had to buy new ones the next day! I am surprised that Pyramid Air, a company I have come to respect, would sell a product of this terrible quality!

What others should know: If I could find my receipt, I would return this product in a heart beat! I strongly suggest you spend a few more bucks, and buy a bore sight from another company! In other words, ya get what ya pay for, and I made a big mistake when I purchased this product. In short, DON"T waste your money, or time, on this product!!!!!!

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By JW from USA on 2015-12-25
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Things I liked: Looked well made and like the various bore attachments.

Things I would have changed: The batteries that came with it were dead.

What others should know: As you screw the caliber tip onto the boresighter, the more you turn it, it will expand for a snugger fit in the barrel making it more accurate when sighing in.

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By robert from USA on 2015-04-23
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Things I liked: not much.

Things I would have changed: better quality

What others should know: The .177 tip broke the first time I used it. Before tip broke, the accuracy was not good, rotate it and the laser point would move in a circle.

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  • Amaury from USA asked:

    Tengo 2 rifles calibre .22 marcas Remington y winchester y 1 rifle Gamo cal .25 quiero saber si este Center Point Laser Boresight si este producto es compatible con estos 3 rifles

    • James C. from USA asked:

      A 2 in. extension, to screw onto the shaft, to extend it's length to 5 inches, would solve this problem. I am truly amazed that Crossman (or anyone else) has not provided such a simple solution for this problem (at least for shrouded barrel pellet rifles)...

      • Roberto from USA:

        Take the shroud off just to get scope cross hairs in ballpark. Then put shroud back on and fine tune point of impact with pellets.

      • Wayne from USA:

        Right, i really want to order this. I have shrouded barrell. I'm trying to come up with a ideal

    • Stephen from USA asked:

      Will it work on condor ss?

      • Roberto from USA:

        You're going to have to take the baffles and barrel out first to install this in barrel. Drop barrel into frame and get cross hairs centered on a target. After that put everything back together and fine tune point of impact with actual pellet shots.

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