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Zeroing in any of your firearms to ensure that they are as accurate as possible can be a rather long, and not to mention boring, process. Furthermore, you may have to fire a lot of bullets before you actually do manage to zero in your gun. And considering the fact that ammo isn’t cheap, that process can take a sizable bite out of your wallet.

But what if there was a way to zero in your firearms in a very brief period of time and without actually having to do any shooting?

It turns out there is just a way to do that: by using a laser bore sighter. We’ll cover why you need a laser bore sighter, what to look for in one, and then the best makes and models of laser bore sighters currently available.

WHY YOU NEED A LASER BORE SIGHTER

The previous method of bore sighting was actually rather simple: you would need to remove the bolt from the rifle, and then peer through the bore at the target. Then, while holding the rifle steady, you would need to peer through the scope, and adjust the windage and elevation until the center of the reticle was right over the center of the target.

Fortunately, laser bore sighters make the process even simpler, because the laser replaces the need to have to conduct the manual inspection yourself.

No longer will you need to remove the bolt or even peer through the scope in order to zero in on your target. Instead, you just place the sighter inside of your barrel and close the action. The laser will then emit from the end of the barrel and to your target.

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