The TruGlo Pro-Series Magnum Gobble Dot is the ultimate turkey shotgun sight. Featuring all steel construction, the Gobble Dot Turkey Sight securely mounts to your rib without tape or magnets. Also featured are Full windage and elevation adjustment. The Front diameter is .029 inch; rear diameter is .035 inch.
Endorsed by the National Wild Turkey Federation.
Add a set of TruGlo Pro Series Magnum Gobble Dot Sights to your shotgun and have all the accuracy of a rifle and the rugged dependability that you can count on. TruGlo seems to lead the pack when it comes to items like this. The Gobble Dot sites are engineered for turkey hunters and take the guesswork out of drawing a bead on a gobbler's neck.
They come in versions to fit most vent-rib shotguns, and these are no flimsy sites. They have an all metal construction and use allen screws to securely clamp both the front and rear site to the shotgun rib. Once locked down, they don't move and withstand the rigors of turkey hunting.
They make shooting a tight patterned gun simple and accurate. There is a fully adjustable rear sighting system that uses micro-adjustable windage and elevation settings. This allows your shot gun to be adjusted to get the center of the densest part of the pattern right where you want it. Beyond that it features super-bright fiber-optic design with contrasting colors for superior accuracy, especially in low light.
The TruGlo Pro Series Magnum Gobble Dot Sights are one of those well made products that have a real use in the woods. It takes the guesswork out of patterning and hunting, not to mention giving the shooter the kind of sights it takes to deliver the perfect shot when the moment of truth is there.
944A: Fits most Charles Daly, Remington and Browning models
944B: Fits most Mossberg, Weatherby, and Winchester (excluding SX3) models
944C: Fits most Beretta (field grades), Franchi, Browning Gold / A-5 and Winchester SX3 models
944D: Fits most Benelli Super Black Eagle / M1/ Nova, Browning BPS / Ruger Red Label, Stoeger Model 2000, and Savage models