Bore Sighter Red Dot Cartridge 223 REM Laser Sight 5.56 Nato Boresight

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Maximum Output Power: <5mW; Wavelength: 635-655nm; Power Source: Three (3) LR41 button cell batteries or equivalent
This arrow laser sighting tool is designed for all standard thread arrows. Permits the most convenient and accurate method for sighting in rifles of all types.DO NOT attempt to shoot the Arrow Laser Sighting Tool. Doing so may cause damage to the arrow tool and arrow.
Precision Sighting & Zeroing Tool; Accurate, Heavy Duty & Dependable; Saves Time & Ammo; Compact for Easy Storage & Handling; Lightweight Aluminum Construction; Under 5 mW; Classified in Class 3R
CAUTION: Be sure not to release the arrow and ensure it is pointed in a safe direction before attempting to sight your bow or crossbow. Always practice safe handling procedures.

 

BATTERY INSTALLATION: Twist the end cap off the Arrow Laser Sighting tool counter clockwise to open the battery housing. Insert the three supplied batteries (LR41) into the battery, negative end first. Be certain that the batteries are all facing in the proper direction to ensure proper function of your Arrow Laser Sighting Tool. Turn the end cap clockwise until it is slightly snug. At this point you should visibly see the red laser. If you plan to store the Arrow Laser Sighting Tool for a long period of time without use, remove the batteries to preserve the power.
Under 5 mW; Classified in Class 3R

HOW TO ZERO YOUR BOW AND CROSSBOW:
BOW
1. Use a new and/or a straight arrow. Screw on the Arrow Laser Sighting Tool.
2. Turn on the laser beam.
3. Aim the laser beam at a target and adjust the sight pins to lineup with the laser dot on the bullseye. Recommended indoor distance is 25 yards. DO NOT FIRE YOUR ARROW.
4. Take your bow out to the range and test fire. Fine tune if needed.

CROSSBOW
1. Use a new and/or a straight arrow. Screw on the Arrow Laser Sighting Tool.
2. Turn on the laser beam.
5. Aim the laser beam at a target. Line up your sight or scope up to laser dot on the bullseye. Recommended indoor distance is 35 yards. DO NOT FIRE YOUR ARROW.
3. Take your crossbow out to the range and test fire. Fine tune if needed.


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