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TruGlo Slug Gun Shotgun Sight


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The super bright, easy-to-see fiber optic TruGlo® Slug Gun Shotgun Sight takes deer hunting to a new level. Vibrant, contrasting fiber colors in front and rear sight make sighting in both quick and accurate in low-light conditions.

  • Super bright
  • Contrasting fiber colors in front and rear sights
  • Ideal for low-light conditions
TruGlo Slug Gun Shotgun Sight 2.6 5 5 5
no so good rear sight set screw cannot be tightened up enough to keep fiber optic dovetail base tight,if you put slight pressure on side of sight it will move.Also front sight is very delicate,it is all plastic.spend the extra money and get something of better quality. January 4, 2011
Add-on sights Tru-glo sights appear to help my sight picture. However, it would have been nice had Tru-Glo done a better job with package instructions for installing. on barrel. Not everyone is a gunsmith and with two screws, which is which? Also, would it hurt to tell purchaser sighting basics such as how sight movement affects target acquisition? January 24, 2011
It is what it is I order 2 of these at a time, the product does what it was designed to do, but expect to replace the front sight year after year if you even make it through an entire season without breaking it. Cold weather only accelerates it's demise. If the front sight was even somewhat durable I would give it a high rating. November 30, 2010
Don't do it The front fiber broke before a even stepped into the woods. I still have no idea how it even happened. The gun went from the bench to the case ?? Front fiber is not protected leaving it very vulnerable. December 21, 2011
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