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Tru Glo #7731099 01/28/20 05:57 PM
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What are opinions on the Tru Glo illuminated BDC 3x9x50 scopes? I have had it for 10 years or so on a gun I rarely shoot and am considering making it my primary scope. From what I recall, the scope glass was pretty good and the red illuminated BDC scope lines pretty cool on it for lower light conditions. Think I paid around $150 new back then...

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Unpopular opinion: if it holds zero and works at the ranges you plan to shoot, it’ll be fine.

I probably wouldn’t buy one myself, but if it serves your purpose, what’s wrong with it?


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