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Sighting in your firearm is twice as fast with the AxeonTM Absolute ZeroTM Sight In Device. Spend your valuable time and money at the range practicing your skills instead of sighting in your rifle. It's never been easier... simply slip the Absolute Zero onto the end of your barrel and place your rifle on a shooting bench or vise. Turn the laser on and align the twin beam with the reflective target 25 yards away and fire a single shot. Then using the location of your shot and the laser beams, adjust your scope to Absolute Zero accuracy. Then, fire a test shot at 100 yards and you are ready in less time and with less ammo wasted. Aluminum body construction is water-resistant and shock proof Fits to any 1" or 30mm scope Battery operated unit emits twin laser beams Use on centerfire, rimfire, air rifles even cross bowsOrder today! Key Specifications Item Number: 699207 Construction: Aluminum body Laser: Class IIIa Output:

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Description says to attach to the end of your barrel, but the picture display has it attached to the scope??

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Who’s the moron, only thing that prob. spins round and round is you on a Biden broomstick, if Lib buys that ammo at a gas station where do you get your 177 caliber Crossman pellets at a AntifaShit convention ?

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That meth must be good because apparently it is making you talk to yourself.

P.S. Mr. Member for 3 hours 15 min, which recently banned troll are you?

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Roll that $8 boresighter on a flat surface and watch the huge circle on the wall spin round and round. That is how accurate your device is. A good boresight won't do that but I guess that is good for the airsoft crowd.

BTW, where are you buying .223 ammo for $15 for a box of 20...a gas station?

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Once chambered the barrel blocks the part of the laser that isn’t true, it’s sad that you don’t know that. The laser dot does increase in MOA at range so don’t expect superior reults past 50 yrds. I reload 9mm and .223. It’s actual more like $6 for 20 rds. Try again Woohoo.

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-Once chambered the barrel blocks the part of the laser that isn’t true, it’s sad that you don’t know that.

Huh? The laser is MUCH smaller than the bore of the rifle for anything larger than a 22 caliber bullet. Fractions of an inch at the laser can equal feet downrange. Sad you didn't know any of that.

-The laser dot does increase in MOA at range so don’t expect superior reults past 50 yrds

The entire point of a laser is it says relatively the same size at incredible distances. If that dot gets perceptibly larger even at 1000 yards...then you don't have a laser. Wow...just...wow.

-I reload 9mm and .223. It’s actual more like $6 for 20 rds. Try again Woohoo.

You were the one that said "20rd box of ammo" and "and a $15 box of ammo." Nice try Tardwanker69?

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Look at that lol. I got you quoting me again. Keep hanging on to every word bud, I wouldn’t have it any other way. And yes .233 is expensive right now, so at bulk, it is roughly 75 crnts a round. I said $15 for 20 because turds like you are too stupid to reliad, and therefore have to pay market price. Better luck next time Woohoo.

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**Reload** Sorry Woohoo. I wanted to correct that because I know you will hark on petty things when logic fails you.

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So you keep staying stuff that is wrong / uneducated / lies and you expect me to magically know you 'didn't mean it'...especially when it is central to the point you are attempting, but failing, to make? Again, even if you don't reload .223 does NOT cost 75 cents per round unless you are buying from a gas station or paying for freight on a single box. Admit it, you are in idiot who thinks laser light spreads like a flashlight and have never actually purchased ammo (red flagged or too young?) so you are guessing at the price.

The only thing you've ever reloaded is the trimmer line on your stepdad's weedeater.

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looks like a point of reference tool give it a try

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Takes three shots to sight in a scope one to see where you’re hitting reposition wherever that shot lands pull your crosshairs to zero fire again should be on zero then use that third just to be sure

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9/10/20 Quick Amazon search shows it 6 bucks cheaper..... So much for "Gun Deals" ....

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Well, that sounds like a boresight with extra steps. Just what we've needed all along!

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Except a bore sight is caliber specific. I understand where you are coming from however

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And this is platform-specific. You're out of luck if you don't have the right size scope rings or a picatinny rail. All in all, I get the point but it isn't the end all of sighting-in, either. Just yet another tool for the gunsmithing table.

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So basically a spoon is useless because it can't be used to eat a steak and a knife is unless because it does not work well for soup?

If you are looking for a one size fits all solution for ANYTHING....you'll never find it. "Jack of all trades, master of none" rings a bell.

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Use a boresighter, it’s actually true with your barrel. I sighted in my vortex scope on my Ar-15 with one 20rd box of ammo using a cheap boresighter 2 days ago. Be normal, and get an $8 boresighter and a $15 box of ammo. Anything else is unnecessary

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WooHoo2You - The original quote, in full, is “A jack of all trades is a master of none, but oftentimes better than a master of one”. As in being a "jack of all trades" is essentially a good thing - And as far as boresighters goes, that would be something akin to the 'SiteLite Mag Laser Boresighter', that works with just about everything via collars. And it would still be more versatile that this Axeon thing. And, if we're talking about foodstuffs, then the spork reigns supreme ;)

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A jack of all trades is NOT a good thing 99.9 percent of the time. Knife + spoon + fork = spork. Will it work, yes. Does it do any of those jobs well, no. There are many versions of that idiom but I guess you'll decide which is correct for the rest of us.

A boresight is great for getting on paper but does not take into account bullet rise / drop / actual point of impact. This device (allegedly) does. This thing also bypasses the learning curve of how to sight in scope so could be a huge help to someone who might new to shooting. Big difference and not the same target audience. Not sure why this is confusing you.

Regarding boresights: I used to live a a 1/3 of an acre, my boresight was my best friend for saving me time at the range when I paid by hour to shoot. I could get my new scope on paper BEFORE leaving my home. Now I live where I can shoot anytime and I haven't touched it in 5 years because the entire point is to get a ROUGH bench sight. A single round at 25 yards gets me close enough to sight in at 100.

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