Bushnell Laser Boresighter

BH #BULBSQ • MFR #740100C
Bushnell
Bushnell Laser Boresighter
Key Features
  • .22 - .50 Caliber
  • Fast and Easy Bore Sight Device
  • Rapid Sighting-In Without Live Fire
  • Laser Dot Indicates Barrel Direction
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Begin the sighting-in process without ever firing a shot with the Laser Boresighter from Bushnell. Lightweight and easy to use, the Laser Boresighter comes with 5 arbors that are compatible with .22 to .50 caliber firearms. Simply install three LR44 batteries, select the correct arbor for the firearm, thread the Laser Boresighter into the barrel and turn the laser on. Orienting your firearm toward a vertical surface, the laser dot will indicate exactly where the barrel is pointed. Adjust your scope to coincide with the dot and your firearm is now on paper, ready for fine-tuning at the range.
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Bushnell 740100C Overview

Begin the sighting-in process without ever firing a shot with the Laser Boresighter from Bushnell. Lightweight and easy to use, the Laser Boresighter comes with 5 arbors that are compatible with .22 to .50 caliber firearms. Simply install three LR44 batteries, select the correct arbor for the firearm, thread the Laser Boresighter into the barrel and turn the laser on. Orienting your firearm toward a vertical surface, the laser dot will indicate exactly where the barrel is pointed. Adjust your scope to coincide with the dot and your firearm is now on paper, ready for fine-tuning at the range.

Hassle-Free Boresighting with Many Firearms

It is not possible to look through the bore from the breech area of many firearms, especially lever-action, pump-action and semiauto rifles, as well as revolvers and semiauto pistols. That's when you have difficulty boresighting your gun. This laser boresighter slides in the chamber without disassembly, making the sighting-in process much more efficient and convenient. Five interchangeable expanding arbors will bore sight most .22 - .50 caliber firearms.

Indoor Sighting-In, a Fast Way to Zeroing

When you need to zero a new firearm or you got a new scope, red-dot or any other sights, this device will get you on paper rapidly, without leaving the comfort of your home. Once done, you're ready to test point of impact with live-fire and make adjustment for final zeroing.
UPC: 029757740106

Bushnell 740100C Specs

Power Supply(3) LR44 batteries
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.25 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.3 x 2.7 x 1.1"
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Is this compatible with 6.8 SPC?
Asked by: Anonymous
The Bushnell Laser Boresighter will handle anything from .22 - .50 Caliber.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2019-05-24

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Will this Laser Boresighter work for my pellet gun?
Asked by: Anonymous
Unfortunately I don't think so. The Laser Boresighter has 5 arbors that are compatible with .22 to .50 caliber firearms.
Answered by: John P.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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My laser sitter stopped working. I put same new batteries it and it still not working. What do i need to do to get it working again
Asked by: Bryan W.
You should contact the manufacturer product support.
Answered by: John P.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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What kind of battery does it take
Asked by: Anonymous
3 LR44 batteries.
Answered by: RONALD J.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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will this work on .223 cal?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes. It gets you on paper then you have to fine tune on the range.
Answered by: Ernesto E.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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can you change the batteries ?
Asked by: Anonymous
YES...Just unscrew the laser tip, which is how you turn it on and off, and the batteries will be just inside the long part of the site. I think it takes 2 small watch style batteries. I have had mine for several years and used it a lot and as long as you turn it off when your finished with it they should last a long time.
Answered by: James R.
Date published: 2019-09-21

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what is distance/ range?
Asked by: Anonymous
Zero in at 100 yds then correct for distance with the scope or sight as needed.
Answered by: Philip M.
Date published: 2019-04-20

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none of the inserts will fit my 50 cal muzzleloader. how much force is required to seat the laser tube?
Asked by: Anonymous
The inserts should be loose and only tightened when inserted. do not screw the insert all the way down before inserting into the barrel
Answered by: Michael Y.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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