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

Item #: CPLBS1745
CenterPoint Laser Boresighter, .17 to .50 Cal Guns, Min. 3.8
CenterPoint Laser Boresighter, .17 to .50 Cal Guns, Min. 3.8CenterPoint Laser Boresighter, .17 to .50 Cal Guns, Min. 3.8CenterPoint Laser Boresighter, .17 to .50 Cal Guns, Min. 3.8
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CenterPoint's red laser boresighter is battery-powered and has 6 adapter fittings for .177 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!

Specifications:

  • CenterPoint red laser boresighter
  • Fits .177 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
  • 6.5"x0.5"x0.5"
  • Includes: Batteries, Bore Sighter, and 6 adapters

Do not use on guns that have muzzlebrakes, silencers, fake silencers, shrouds or noise dampeners.

MSRP $39.99
Our Price $37.95 Save $2.04 (5%)
manufacturerCrosman
accessories typeBore Laser Sight
opticsLaser
product conditionNew
warranty1 Year Limited
CenterPoint Laser Boresighter, .17 to .50 Cal Guns, Min. 3.8" Barrel Needed
$37.95
3 Stars based on 6 Review(s)
John
Fort Edward, NY
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Good unit to start and get u on paper
May 10, 2014
Used this on couple of guns 1st one was close enough to hit near bull did not readjust scope and was hitting 2 inch group I think this was due to me or the pell was Crosman recruit pump no riffle in barrel
Pros:
Gets u in the zone
Cons:
Some trouble with certain barrels loose fit

Brian
Spokane, WA
3 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Not too bad
October 16, 2013
I got this for my. 177 with some doubt . My break barrel really goes thru scopes and getting sited in is getting old . This is my first barrel sight and can't imagin going back to being without it . Ha As a test I put the sighter in noted the laser location in the scope , pulled out the sighter and fired using the location noted with sighter ,bam every time I tried this I hit the target dead on . Although my scope would shift every time .
Pros:
Time ,ammo saver Works awesome , Multi usable .
Cons:
Could use better on off switch .

Konstantin Dorokhov
Akron, Ohio
2 Stars

Not good for .177
March 7, 2013
The insert for .177 caliber is too small and because of that boresighter sits too loose in the barrel.
Cons:
.177 insert diameter is not big enough to sit tightly in the barrel.

SylntSleepr
Kansas City, Missouri
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Not For Nimrods
March 5, 2013
I purchased this bore sighter for my .22. Couldn't be more satisfied. A lot of the people who have reviewed this item in other forums do not take time to inspect and understand the product and how it works. First thing I noticed, the adapters are spring loaded. What this means is that as you screw on the appropriate adapter, the middle expands to the desired caliber. In other words, once it is fitted to your barrel, DO NOT twist or rotate the sighter itself because you are expanding the adapter inside of your barrel and it WILL get stuck. Some idiot broke his trying to get it out and gave the product ZERO stars for his own mistake. Don't let the product outsmart you!! Needless to say, it took all of 15min to sight in my rifle AND my Glock 30sf. Way too easy. And yes, everything is zeroed as expected.
Pros:
Easy to use Small enough to keep in range bag Worth the $
Cons:
Doesn't come with idiot-proof instructions

Chevota
CA
3 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Doesn't work well for most springers and not as accurate as they claim
January 26, 2012
I have one of these from a different mfg and back then .22-50cal was all that was available. So when this Centerpoint came out in 177 I grabbed it. Not only does it go down to the tiny 177, it also goes as large as 12GA. Very nice in that respect. The first problem you'll find is once you sight your scope in with this and all looks well, turn the laser 1/4 to 1/2 turn and watch the dot move. Bummer... I kind of expected that from the this and the first one I bought because I knew between the quality of the unit and especially the rubber ends that there was no way it was as accurate as the bore and scope. So while it is an excellent tool for many people, it's not able to zero your gun in by itself, more like 'get the first shot on paper' so you can sight it in quicker. With expensive firearm ammo that alone will pay for itself in one sighting session so with those guns it's a great tool. I assume it works very well for shotguns since they are not very accurate to begin with, and for a rifled 12GA slug gun it would be nice simply because it can fit the gun. So what I do to compensate for this error in the tool is set the gun so it can't move, maybe sand bags or resting on some heavy books on a table. Now rotate the laser in the barrel without moving the gun and note the circle it makes (be sure the adapter isn't tightening or loosening while doing this). Once you have the circle, lets say it's 4", you can put a paper target in front of the gun so the circle of the laser traces the similar sized 4" ring on the target. Now without moving the gun simply adjust the scope to the bullseye. Works like a champ! Precharged and pump airguns work like a firearm does as far as laser sighting is concerned , it's the springers that's the problem: Springers move before the pellet leaves the barrel so the bore center at rest before you fire is not where the pellet will hit, at least not for the average gun. It may hit an inch or two low in relation to the bore because the piston slapped the gun forward just as the pellet left the barrel. Make sense? This is why the artillery hold is so important because it allows that movement to be the same for each shot vs the tightness of your grip changing the way the gun moves from shot to shot. So basically the laser is only good to get you close but you still have to dial in the last bit yourself. Another thing that applies to the 177 and even the 22 sometimes is the rubber tips do not center correctly because of quality in that small of a size. Most of the larger tips work fairly well, but the 177 in particular is so small it isn't even the same design as the larger ones and it sucks. Your tip may work correctly by sheer luck, but I had to clean and deburr mine to work at all. But the fix is fairly simple; remove the 177 tip altogether and wrap thin Scotch tape around the end of the laser to build it up until it snugly fits your gun. Duct tape for example is too think and inconsistent. Wrap the Scotch tape around the tip neatly and tight, also cut the serrated ends off the tape because they're a different thickness and will affect the precision here. I know I'm being anal but precision is the point of the tool right? Once it fits snug with no slop you're ready to use it. Btw, you can't do this to the lasers that are for .22cal and up because the shaft is too thick to fit a 177. So do this and use the rotate/circle method to dial it in and you're as accurate as you can be with the tool. I wrote Yes for Recommend this to a friend because it can help a lot especially with the fixes I described, and there really aren't many other options to do this. Plus all the brands of laser bore sighters I've seen are basically the same quality.
Pros:
Works on firearms, PCP and pump guns. Doubles as a great toy for your cats :)
Cons:
Rarely is as accurate as they claim due to tolerances which are are basically what you get for $30. Still usable especially is you use the trick I described. The .177 adapter is junk. The others size adapters are better, but keep an eye out for bad ones which do not expand evenly. I had one bad one in my bunch which expanded very crooked and off center so it's basically useless in that caliber unless I leave it unexpanded and wrap it with Scotch tape to build its size to fit.

Eric
Dublin, VA
2 Stars

Not really worth buying
January 17, 2012
I bought this to help with zeroing my scope on my new air rifle, but it ended up making my shot worse. Upon inspection, I realized that the shaft was bent at the root, and therefore I could not get an accurate shot. I ended up taking it to the machine shop at work to get it fixed and thankfully it was better, but not to the extent that I wanted with my scope. On the upside, it does fit in my pistol if I want to zero in my laser sight.
Pros:
Can fit to almost any type of barrel
Cons:
Poorly made.



By JOHN DELMORE from OPELIKA, ALABAMA on May 30, 2012
WHY CAN THIS NOT BE USED ON MUZZLE BREAKS OR NOISE DAMPENERS.
By Staff on May 31, 2012

Answer:
muzzle breaks and noise dampeners, on air rifles, are going to be semi hollow, so your bore sighter will not be level when inserted into the barrel.

By wes from norquay sk on August 24, 2012
Will it fit in a .177 barrel?
By Staff on August 28, 2012

Answer:
Yes it can fit a .177 barrel. It comes with several adapters so it can be compatible for guns ranging from .177-.5.

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