CenterPoint® Precision Optics Introduces New Laser Boresighter

CenterPoint Hunting and Outdoors, a division of Crosman Corporation, a leading supplier of products for the shooting sports introduces a new, patent-pending Laser Boresighter.

Sara DeMuzio, CenterPoint Hunting and Outdoor’s precision optics product manager says the new CenterPoint Laser Boresighter will save shooters time and money.  “While most shooters use more than one box of ammo to sight in their scopes and open sights, it’s not required with the Laser Boresighter.  The laser is sent out from inside the barrel and aims in exactly the same trajectory that the ammunition exits the barrel.  This allows the shooter to precisely sight-in without having to use as much ammo,” said DeMuzio.

The battery-powered CenterPoint Laser Boresighter works on handguns, rifles and shotguns, and has fittings for all calibers from a .17 all the way up to a .50 caliber, as well as 12, 16 and 20 gauge shotguns.  According to DeMuzio, “Shooters can sight in their scopes or open sights on many types of guns within a couple inches of zero with one CenterPoint Boresighter.  It solves the time consuming problem of sighting in and gives shooters and hunters more time in the field,” she said.

The CenterPoint Hunting and Outdoors Laser Boresighter has an MSRP of $59.50 and is available now.

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7 Comments

  1. Gerald Lund says:

    Sirs: I just purchased one of you boresighter modle CPLBS1745. It leaves out 40/ 41 cal. both of witch i use. do you have an adapter that covers this mid range?

    • Unfortunately we do not but are looking into fixing that gap but a solution will not be available for some time.

      • Logan says:

        “The battery-powered CenterPoint Laser Boresighter works on handguns, rifles and shotguns, and has fittings for all calibers from a .17 all the way up to a .50 caliber, as well as 12, 16 and 20 gauge shotguns.”

        It says in the article nothing about a gap at 40 caliber/10mm. Maybe it should be corrected to accurately describe the product. I personally own one of these and am very satisfied with it, except for missing adapters.
        It’s a bit of a pain, but I just neatly wrap electrical tape on the end of the shaft until it fits snugly. Just mount your gun in a vise, insert device strait in, mark the laser’s location on your backdrop at about 25 to 50 yards, remove the device, rotate 180 degrees, reinsert the device, mark new spot, split the difference between the dots, adjust sights to the midpoint. This process is called collimating, and will yield a very accurate boresight. If you are feeling adventurous, you can repeat the process of rotating and adjusting the small setscrews until the dot is in the same place when you rotate the 180 degrees.

  2. jman says:

    I lost some of the adpater pieces do you have replacments??

  3. jman says:

    I lost some of the adpater pieces do you have replacments??

  4. Mr Lewis says:

    hi. does this device fir the .22 stoeger x20?

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