Sighting in your firearm can be part of the fun, as is any time you get to send rounds downrange. However, it can also be expensive, especially with the current ammo shortages throughout our great nation. But there are alternatives that are a little more cost friendly. For example, the two new boresights from Firefield, in 9mm and 6.5 Creedmoor, get the job done on the cheap.
Firefield 9mm and 6.5 Creedmoor Boresights
Although Firefield has a robust list of boresights, the 9mm and 6.5 Creedmoor are the latest additions. They provide a quick and cost-effective means of siting in your favorite carry pistol or long-range rifle platform. Featuring a durable brass construction, the boresights emit a red laser and provide a sighting-in range of 15-100 yards.
Loaded into the chamber just like a typical round, the boresights also feature an on/off end cap. Correspondingly, each boresight operates on either 2 AG5 or 3 AG3 batteries. The included batteries power the boresights for 1-hour. In effect, this should provide ample run-time to sight in multiple firearms before the need to replace the batteries.
With an operational temperature range of 15F to 120F they are ideal for any environment or climate. Once you complete your windage and elevation adjustments, your firearm will be ready for zeroing.
As with all Firefield products, these boresights come with a 3-year warranty.
The Firefield 9mm and 6.5 Creedmoor Boresights are available now with an MSRP of $25.99. For more info, please visit Fire-Field.com.
Firefield 9mm and 6.5 Creedmoor Boresights Specs
Laser Wavelength: 632-650
Output Power, mW: <5
Battery Type: 2x AG5 or 3x AG3
Battery Life: 1 hour
Range for Sighting: 15-100 yards
Dot Size @ 100yds: 2 inches
Operation: on/off end cap
Operating Temperature: 15F to 120F
- 100-yard sighting-in range
- Precision Accuracy
- Durable Brass Construction
- Compact and Lightweight
- Easy to pack and transport
- Takes 2x AG5 or 3x AG3 batteries
- 1-hour battery life
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