Sightmark delivers 6.5 Creedmoor Laser Boresight

(Photo: Sightmark)

Sightmark’s 6.5 Creedmoor laser boresight aims to make the sighting process easier and cheaper. (Photo: Sightmark)

Sightmark debuted a new laser boresight designed to give rifle shooters a means to fine-tune their 6.5 Creedmoor set-ups without dumping time, money and resources at the range.

The boresight works alongside any 6.5 Creedmoor rifle as well as long guns chambered in .22-250 Remington. A quick means to reliably zero firearms, the laser boresight is inserted into the gun like a standard rifle cartridge. Once inserted a red laser illuminates through the tip of the boresight and out of the barrel, permitting shooters to efficiently align optics to the boresight on paper in order to make those fine adjustments.

The boresight’s brass construction offers durability while also improving chambering and ejection. The size of a standard cartridge, the Sightmark boresight can be easily toted around to zero rifles while on the go.

A dominating fixture on the long-range precision rifle circuit, the 6.5 Creedmoor has exploded in popularity in the last year. With more and more rifle makers diving into Creedmoor waters, Sightmark says the necessity for a laser boresight is apparent.

“Nobody likes taking the time to sight-in their rifle. Wasted time and ammo, as well as frustration when fine-tuning, are just a few of the reasons why laser in-chamber boresights are becoming increasingly popular,” Sightmark said in a press release. “Perhaps even more popular is the 6.5 Creedmoor rifle cartridge, which is dominating the long-range precision shooting and hunting game. Lucky for those who stay on the forefront of popular cartridges, Sightmark is proud to announce a 6.5 Creedmoor laser boresight.”

Powered by two AG5 batteries, the 6.5 Creedmoor laser boresight includes batteries and a convenient carrying case. Priced at $35, the 6.5 Creedmoor boresight is available online from Sightmark.

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