TruGlo Integral Mount Dual-Color Dot Sight

TruGlo Integral Mount Dual-Color Dot Sight

TruGlo has solved all Remington slug gun hunters' difficulties mounting an electronic dot sight by introducing a new version of its proven 30mm Dual-Color model with an integrated saddle mount designed specifically for Remington 12-gauge receivers. Available in black or Mossy Oak Obsession camo, the new setup features a switchable red or green 5 MOA dot reticle with 11 intensity levels.

The optics are shock-resistant to 1,000g, waterproof and fogproof with unlimited eye relief, and feature click windage and elevation adjustments. The multi-coated lenses produce 95-percent-plus light transmittance, and a special anti-reflective interior eliminates stray light from appearing inside the sight.


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