TruGlo® Multi-Reticle Crossbow Scopes

   

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  • Compact one-piece aircraft-quality aluminum with non-reflective finish
  • Special rangefinding trajectory-compensating reticle
  • Fully coated lenses
  • Fingertip windage and elevation adjustment
  • 4x32mm

Compact one-piece aircraft-quality aluminum with non-reflective finish. Special rangefinding trajectory-compensating reticle; fully coated lenses. Fingertip windage and elevation adjustment. 4x32mm.

Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Couldn't focus I adjusted this scope every way I could and even had the guys in the store try it and they couldn't focus on the lines in the scope. I ended up returning it and buying a better scope that I could focus on quick and easy the guys in the store where extremely helpful and even worked with me sighting in my new scope. January 23, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 Awesome Scope Had a Red Dot for years but this is much better scope that i had before September 19, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent Scope! Easy to install and site-in. Tremendous value. I highly recommend this scope for any crossbow hunter. September 16, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by No Warranty Just got off the phone with Truglo and was informed that as a Canadian purchasing this scope from the Bass Pro in Canada that I would have NO WARRANTY. Be careful Canadian customers. August 14, 2013
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i've alreary added a 7/8 in mounting brackett
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I mounted this scope on a Horton Summit 150 Crossbow. You may need the Horton specific mounting rail.
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Yes it will
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Don't waste your money on the Tru-Glo X-bow scopes. I went through 3 of them before I traded up to the Nikon X-Bolt.
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yes but you have to but the scope rings
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Specially designed for modern hunting crossbows. This item will include weaver rings. You will just need to make sure your crossbow has a weaver base mount.
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Nope. It will come apart in short order. I have gone through 3 of them. Now have the Nikon X-Bolt.
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Specially designed for modern hunting crossbows.
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Specially designed for modern hunting crossbows. This item will include weaver rings. You will just need to make sure your crossbow has a weaver base mount.
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This scope should be able to be placed directly on the 2011 Wicked Ridge Invader. This scope features the weaver-style rings, which is the base style on the Wicked Ridge Invader.
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Specially designed for modern hunting crossbows. This item will include weaver rings. You will just need to make sure your crossbow has a weaver base mount.
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im planing on hunting after school til when it gets dark is the scope lighted??
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No. The scope has good low light illumination but no auxiliary light to speak of. There are models that do just not this one.
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Yes. They come with the "Weaver" style mounts. My cb only accepts the 3/8" mounts which are much smaller than the "Weaver" style. Be sure to measure your rail to see if they will fit. I am now in the process of looking for the smaller mounts.
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No. They only come with the scope in an Excalibur package. Any 1" rings will work.
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How does this scope aid the shooter in determining range to target?
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The scope has reticles with gaps in the middle of them a certain width. The distance is based on the width of the deer using a 3 ft. avg length. If the deer fits in between the gap then it should be at that distance. Your best bet is to get a rangefinder for more accuracy.
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it doesnt you have to either use a rangefinder or know about the yardage you are shoot to ( deer or whatever) but after you sight it in then you'll know which scope line to go to use I believe you'll like this scope as its a great scope and a great value
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