TruGlo Pro Series Magnum Gobble Dot Sights
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High-tech, fully adjustable front and rear sighting system for vented rib shotguns. TruGlo® Pro Series™ Magnum Gobble Dot™ Sight features super-bright fiber-optic design with contrasting colors for superior accuracy, especially in low light. Micro-adjustable windage and elevation settings. Steel bases.
TG944A: Fits most Charles Daly, Remington, and Browning models
TG944B: Fits most Mossberg, Weatherby, and Winchester models
TG944C: Fits most Beretta (field grades), Franchi, and Browning Gold/A-5 models
TG944D: Fits most Benelli Super Black Eagle/M1/Nova, Browning BPS/A-5, Ruger Red Label, Stoeger Model 2000, and Savage models
TruGlo® Pro Series™ Magnum Gobble Dot™ Sights
My Daughters 870 missed high and right. With this adjustable sight it is dead on now. Pleanty of room for adj. and easy to install.
August 23, 2012
Tru Glo turkey sight, disappointed
This is not a product for a serious hunter.
It was somewhat difficult to install, as I had to use the rubber shims to more or less force the sights to remain in place.
Sadly, after the third day of use, the light-gathering fiber optic material in the front sight simply fell out in the woods while I was hunting.. For the balance of the season, I was forced to hunt with an improperly fuctioning front sight. Making it very difficult to use in low light conditions.
I was reallty looking forward to using this sight this season, and it turned out to be a big disappointment, and something I'll need to drive to Bass Pro shop to return for a refund. This product is certainly not worth the $49.95 I pad for it.
May 17, 2012
truglo magnum gobble dot sights
Ive used many of these sights on turkey guns Ive set up, easy to install and reliable and durable sight.
My only complaint on them is the allen bolt can be stripped if your not careful.
April 23, 2012
If it seems too good to be, it probably is. The rear sight went right on, no issues. The front was way too narrow as if it didn't match the rear's width spec. As I was looking it over for defects of some kind, the fiber optic piece fell out. Save your money and put it toward some other sighting system. Had to glue fiber back in and "modify" front sight base to even get it to go on rib. Rib is not the problem. I will bet the price of this piece of junk that recoil will be it's permanent demise at the patterning board and it will never see a hunt. I should've just thrown the money into the wind. The result would be the same.
March 23, 2012
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