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I have a 12ga laser. Its from cabelas. I think? I dont think i bought it...? I have turned it on once. Not sure what good or bad it is.
 

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I have a universal Bushnell one around here somewhere. I never had great luck with it .the laser emitter isn't really centered in the head of the device so you could be 'on' in one position and rotate the device 180° and be nowhere close. I'd imagine you'd either have to spend a lot to get a quality unit, or get lucky and get a good, inexpensive one
 

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I use it on both an SKS and a Tavor. Software from the manuf lets you define the centerline of your site over the centerline of the bore, and the distance you want to zero at. With those two non-scattergun, single-projectile items, I get solid accuracy.

The body that inserts is tapered and magnetic, so it self-centers and clicks in to place. The metal stem you thread on an adapter for the caliber you're working with, which have O rings around them for a snug fit.

If I drop it in one of the rifles, fixed in a stand, I can set the laser on anything in the distance, and rotate it around and the dot doesn't deviate. To me, it's accurate and worthwhile. Others may have other feelings on them, but I know it's worked well for me in my applications.
 

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I have a LeserLyte laser and kit, I used on my 22LR, 9mm, 357, 5.56 to the 12ga KSG to get my lasers, iron sights and scope alignment then to the range for final zeroing!
I use it on rifles in my basement at 40 feet and they are on paper at the 100 yard range. I adjust the scope or sight, and then turn the laser 90 degrees to verify it was centered.
 
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