TruGlo unleashes news on optics, sights and incentives
By Eve Flanigan
Truglo optics on display at the October event. (Photo: Eve Flanigan)
At the Blue August gun writers’ conference in Fort Worth earlier this year, the TruGlo company shared big news for hunters, pistol shooters and other customers.
TruGlo rep Pliny Gale prefaced education about upcoming and present products with a little backstory. TruGlo started as, and still is, a small family company, now 20 years old. “We started out with a question: how do I see my sights better?” Gale said.
In addition to the items named here, TruGlo is consistently evolving existing products, particularly titanium, fiber optic, and combination sights, in new formats in an attempt to meet consumer needs.
Truglo gave conference attendees its first public viewing of two new hunting scopes in its Intercept series. One has 3-9x magnification with a 42mm objective lens. The other is 4-12x with a 44mm lens. Both have a one-inch tube. Buyers can choose between two illuminated reticles, either a duplex or a BDC format. The finish on the monolithic aircraft-grade aluminum housing is anodized matte black. Windage and elevation adjust with quarter-MOA clicks, and the knobs have slippable caps to set the user’s zero to match the -0- marks on the turrets. The red