zero in scope on 6.5 Grendle AR

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  • Gunbeaux

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    I am setting up my AR to shoot 6.5 Grendle and am going to mount a scope i would like to use one of those laser bullets to zero it I know most ammo is built off of some other round as a mother I think the 6.5 Grendle is built off of a 7.62X39 can I use one for this, thanks in advance for your help
     

    SwampyDog

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    No, but good news is they aren't expensive
     

    sksshooter

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    I assume you meant boresight and not zero. With that assumption i have used this on a 15 or so rifles in the past 2ish years with great results. It self centers really well. I prefer to use it at dusk to help see the dot out at 100 yards. I've used it during the middle of the day at 50 yards and was able to see it but it was a bit faint. so far though it has put me on paper with every rifle I've used it on. I would recommend not storing it with the batteries in it though.

     

    Gunbeaux

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    I assume you meant boresight and not zero. With that assumption i have used this on a 15 or so rifles in the past 2ish years with great results. It self centers really well. I prefer to use it at dusk to help see the dot out at 100 yards. I've used it during the middle of the day at 50 yards and was able to see it but it was a bit faint. so far though it has put me on paper with every rifle I've used it on. I would recommend not storing it with the batteries in it though.

    yes that is what I meant boresight I have a few ideas some friends have told me about but that one looks like the one thanks for help
     
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