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TRUGLO® Tru-Bead® Turkey Universal Dual Color Sight

   

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  • Durable, CNC-machined-aluminum sight
  • Universal mounting system for all ventilated rib shotguns
  • Full windage and elevation adjustment
  • Includes hardware
Durable, CNC-machined-aluminum sight features a universal mounting system for all ventilated rib shotguns, plus full windage and elevation adjustment. Front diameter: .12". Rear diameter: .035". Includes hardware.

Manufacturer model #: TG950XD.
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by pretty good the rear sights fit ok as long as you dont over tighten the screws because they tend to strip easily, the front however didnt fit well at all i have a bennelli nova 12 guage pump and the little bushings included in the package were a little too narrow to just snap over the rib and took some work with i file to fit properly after the instalation it works quite well and gives a great sight picture June 2, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Versatile, not universal. This kit will fit many but not all shotguns. You must have a screw in sight bead post with one of 4 different screw threads. If you have a pressed in sight bead , you would need to drill and tap to install the front sight. The also give 4 different u shaped guide that are supposed to keep the mount fron the front sight from pivoting ot moving. They had one what measured to be for a 6mm wide rib, burt mine was a 7mm rib and the next size up was too big, so I filled in with a little JB weld expoxy and filled down to my 7mm. Mine was going on a Brwoning A-5 12 Mag. (Japan). I had emailed Tru-glo and they said it would fit my 7mm rib. So disspapointed it didn't really fit, but once I got it installed it looked like it would work. April 2, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 Tru Glo get a better hardware vendor This sight is an exceptional add on sight for my shotgun. It allows for an outstanding sight picture, which is great for shooting with the kids. However, the I needed to move the rear sight forward just a little bit and fount that the allen screw heads stripped out almost immediatley with very little pressure. I had to go to my local harware store and get replacement screws. The screws were inexpensive, but it was a hassle to have to fix what should have not been a problem in the first place. September 21, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by good sight but needs improvment the sight look good but it need more sizes in the spacers for the front sight .the back sight is to wide and has a lot of play from side to side. the screws are cheap and strip out very easily. after a few modifications.the sight works realy well it is very bright and works realy good for turkey hunting. May 3, 2012
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The Tru-Bead includes different sized clips to fit your shotguns barrel width and eliminate twisting on the barrel. The low profile design will fit most shotgun rib widths.
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Browning Maxus

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My Maxus vent rib would be like the other Browning guy's & probably the front sight won't fit well? I do have another TRU-GLO front sight on it now and I just mounted it behind the original white bead so maybe that would work for this one as well or just leave the one on I have installed?
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The image on the manufacturer’s site shows this fitting over the original sight.
 
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Screws

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Given all the criticism of the set screw in the reviews, has Tru Glo made any improvements/engineering changes to address the problem? Thanks
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No, there have not been any changes to this sight. It comes with 4 different sized thread screws and clips.
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Maxus Vent Rib

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My turkey/predator shotgun is a Browning Maxus and the vent rib size is not as standard as say Remington's. Do you feel certain this sight will fit Maxus vent rib correctly? Also, does this come with both the round turkey sight and the fiber optic back sight? Thanks
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Per the manufacturer, I check with my Tech and he informed me it should fit as this sight comes with 4 different sized thread screws and clips.
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Does the front bead need to be removed to install this sight? Or does it just use and angled bottom to clasp on to the rib?

This would be used on a weatherby SA-08 Upland.
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it will have to be removed, if it is pressed in the hole will have to be tapped if it is pre threaded the kit includes screws for it
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I had to remove the front bead on mine. It's a great site.
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Yes, the front bead has to be removed and 1 of 4 screw sizes used to attached the new front sight. the rear sight does clamp to the rail. I had a pressed in sight bead, so to use this sight I had to drill and tap. Also the give you 4 -shaped guides for the other end of the front sight mount that is supposed to straddle the rib and keep it for pivoting on the one screw.. They didn't have a 7mm size, so I had to build up the edges of a larger one to tightened up. So it is versatile, but not universal. I was putting mine on a Browning A-5 !2 Mag. (Japan).
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