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TruGlo Tru-Brite Illuminated Muzzleloader Scope

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Product Description

The TruGlo Tru-Brite Illuminated Muzzleloader Scope features a Dual-color illuminated reticle which allows choice of red or green for faster target acquisition in low-light conditions. The Reticle can be used in black without illumination. This Rifle Scope is Waterproof, fog-proof, and nitrogen gas-filled.

Other features include Low-profile, large diameter W/E adjustment drums, Durable coil spring for windage and elevation adjustments and Rheostat with adjustable brightness intensity. The One-piece tube is made of aircraft quality aluminum and is Durable, scratch-resistant, with a non-reflective matte finish. Requires a CR2032 lithium battery and includes a Lifetime Limited Warranty.

Muzzleloader Models:
Reticle can be easily calibrated to many bullet / powder combinations and provides aiming points out to 300 yards.
Many of the same great TRU-BRITE features in a purpose-built muzzleloader scope.
Lifetime Limited Warranty.
TG8531BLM: 3-12 x 44mm Black

3-12x44 Specifications:

  • Magnification : 3x-12x
  • Objective : 44mm
  • Field of View : 8.4-33.2 feet @ 100 yards
  • Eye Relief : 3.50 -3.90 inches
  • Tube Diameter : 1 inch
  • Length : 13.90 inches
  • Weight : 19.9 ounces
  • Finish : Matte Black
  • Reticle : Bullet Drop Compensator
  • Adj Size : 1/4 MOA @ 100 yards

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"I unexpectedly needed to find some non toxic waterfowl loads quick, for a .410 shotgun. Mack's was the only one that had Hevi-Shot in .410 with #5 shot. The process of ordering was easy, and it was quickly shipped to my door. I couldn't be more happy with the Mack's, and it made it possible for a little boy to enjoy his first duck hunt." Oct 2015