TRUGLO’s TRITON Tri-color Red-Dot Sight Series

 

TRUGLO’s TRITON Tri-color Red-Dot Sight Series

Whether you shoot shotguns, handguns, muzzleloaders, crossbows or paintball guns, the TRUGLO® TRITON™ Tri-color Red-Dot Sight series will deliver outstanding performance and precision aiming.

TRITON™ 20MM TRI•COLOR

TRITON™ 20MM TRI•COLOR

The TRITON series comes in 20mm, 28mm and 30mm objective lens sizes,  featuring a 5  MOA dot reticle or special tactical or shotgun reticle that illuminates in green, red or blue at various brightness settings. An 11-position rheostat controls the brightness to perfectly match any lighting condition.

Turkey hunters, for example, will enjoy the special shotgun reticle with illuminated circle equal to 24” at 30 yards, as well as the contrast of the reticle’s illumination in the field. And crossbow hunters will appreciate the remote on/off pressure switch in addition to the Descending Diameter MOA reticle to allow for multi-distance shooting on the 30mm model TRITON.

This sight features unlimited eye relief, a wide field of vision and multi-coated lenses that produce 95 percent light transmittance. (Always select the lowest brightness setting that still provides good contrast against the target. The higher brightness settings should only be used in bright daylight to avoid reticule distortion.)

A special anti-reflective interior eliminates stray light from appearing inside the sight, and its waterproof and fog-proof design performs well in inclement weather. All TRITON series sights include a low-mounting, Weaver-style base and operate on a 3V-CR2032 battery (included).

The 20mm and 28mm TRITONs are available in black only; the special 30mm model for turkey hunters (TG8230GB/GA) comes in black as well as Realtree APG, and the tactical model is available in black only.  Retailers can be found at www.truglo.com using the Dealer Locator feature on the website.

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Original Source: TRUGLO.com

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