Sightmark Tru Shot

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posted on July 11, 2012
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7/11/2012

Sightmark is bringing out a new midsized, lightweight reflex sight in two models, offering a choice between a fixed and a quick-detach mount. Specifically designed to maintain peripheral vision and depth perception, the Tru Shot is meant to be fired with both eyes open.

“The Tru Shot fills the gap between our Mini Shot and the Ultra Shot and is designed specifically with AR15s and shotguns in mind,” said James Sellers, president of Sightmark. “Its low profile design fits perfectly with the AR-15 and shotgun platforms, and it is compact and lightweight so it won’t weigh down the gun.”

The Tru Shot features a digital switch with five reticle brightness settings, and is able to withstand heavy recoil via two locking screws that lock in windage and elevation adjustments. The Tru Shot Reflex Sight comes with Sightmark’s Limited Lifetime Warranty for $156.99.

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