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TruGlo Dual-Color Open Red Dot Sight
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Most Helpful Positive Review worth the price
purchased this to try the reflex style sight. I had no real expectations bu...
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Most Helpful Negative Review Will not hold zero.
Save your money for a 200 dollar sight that works. Pros: Cheap easy to inst...
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This sight is right on target.

by CanyonMan, from United States, CA Written on September 25, 2014
I like the vivid red and green dot that has adjustable brightness. That is useful more often than I would have thought. The only issue that i have had is that in very bright conditions the sight window is very reflective and difficult to see through. I have to just take it off to shoot trap, and I think that might take it out of being zeroed....
Pros:
  • Looks great
  • easy installation
  • Easy to zero
  • Vivid Dot
Cons:
  • hard to see when bright
Best Used for:
  • Deer Hunting
  • Turkey hunting
  • coyote hunting
  • slug shooting
Would recommend: Yes
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Sent Back to Tru-Glo twice

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, FL Written on September 9, 2013
This sight mounted easily and the up-down / R-L adjustments were easy but the window had a "curtain" around it when ever the power was on. This was very visible aiming into shade or darkness. Like you can see the epoxy around the glass or something. I hope the third one is the "charm"
Pros: Easy to mount & dial in...
Would recommend: No
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Good compromize for steel challenge or bullseye shooting.

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, MI Written on October 17, 2012
I was prepared to spend a few hundred dollars on a high quality sight, if this one didn't work, but I was plesantly surprised.I use this sight for steel challenge and it works very well. Normally for these events, most shooters use an 8MOA or bigger dot, but the 5MOA on this one works very well for me. Most bullseye shooters use a 2MOA dot, but again, this one works well, as I can shoot groups of 1 inch or less, off a sandbag at 25 yards with good quality ammunition. Keep a good battery in it and it's bright enough for a sunny day at the of shooting.
Pros: Good brightness, holds zero
Cons: None...
Would recommend: Yes
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Will not hold zero.

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on August 13, 2012
Save your money for a 200 dollar sight that works.
Pros: Cheap easy to install fun optic.
Cons: Every time I go to shoot I have to re-zero this thing. It's a little ridiculous....
Would recommend: No
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worth the price

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on July 22, 2012
purchased this to try the reflex style sight. I had no real expectations but I was pleasantly suprised. it mounted easily and surely. after boresighting it was zeroed in one magazine. I put over a thousand rounds through my ruger mkIII in its first session with nary a problem. for the price you can't go wrong
Pros: light weight, attractive, works well in bright light, durable
Cons: crsftsmanship,...
Would recommend: Yes
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