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Bore Sight Question...

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With my ever expanding collection, and more builds on the way, I'm in the market for a good bore sighting device. It would be used not only to mount new scopes or switch them around, but to check my zero if possible. I have firearms ranging from .204 to .50 with a 12ga slug gun thrown in for color...

Are any such devices out there can do that full range of calibers/bores? I realize you usually get what you pay for, however with my newly developed "BRD", I have to keep this purchase "within reason"...

Any suggestions?

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Check out Leupold Zero Point bore sighter, might be what your looking for. I use one and it a pretty good tool.

Mike

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