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 5 out of 5 by So simple Mounted the scope and had it sighted in with three shots. Sighted in the top recticle at 20 yds. Moved back to 30 and used the second. Dead on. No batteries to worry about. Love it. November 28, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good Crossbow Scope Great scope for the money! It was easy to put on and sight in. The only thing I would change about it would be to put circles in the crosshairs. But like I said great scope for the money! October 16, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good scope The scope is good but the cross hairs are not dark enough. They fade into the background sometimes when you are trying to shoot. September 30, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love the scope Easy to dial in, no complaints! Like it better then the red dot scopes September 13, 2012
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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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