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End of Barrel Laser for Adjusting scopes

This is a discussion on End of Barrel Laser for Adjusting scopes within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; What people are saying about getting "on the paper" is true. I have a boresighter from Cabela's that works fine. I used it to get ...

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    What people are saying about getting "on the paper" is true. I have a boresighter from Cabela's that works fine. I used it to get within an inch at 25 yards for my .22.
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    Thanks for everything guys. Yeah, like i said, this is just to get on the paper, and as close as possible. I'm not expecting it to be perfect. I'm just brand new to scopes, and would like to get on the paper when I hit the range. Last thing I need is to start shooting and not being able to find where they hit.

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    I have used an in the muzzle lazer to get on the paper when sighting a rifle, but I do just as well with my 30-06 by starting at 25 yards. A 150 grain spitzer style bullet crosses the line of sight twice. The first, for my 06 and that load is around that 25 yard range. The second will be at around 100 if zeroed at the 25 yard distance. After I,m on the paper I sight in 2" high at 100 yards. Then I can hold dead on out to around 300 yards and still hit my target. If I have trouble getting on the paper, I can start even closer and move back from there. Only real trouble I've ever had was trying to help someone sight a Mauser style rifle that he had put a scope on. When I looked closer at it. the problem was obvious. I guess it was what I've heard referred to as a "large ring Mauser". The front scope mount was nearly half an inch higher than the rear. The scope did not have enough elevation to compensate for the difference, so the rifle always shot way low with the scope, and the iron sights were dead on.

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