Solving the glass equation can put shooters in one heck of a conundrum. Optics, including rifle scopes, are one of the key accessories that can do more than any other piece of gear to put a shooter on target, and they’re pretty much a necessity for long guns. One of the troubles today is that a good piece of glass can cost more than the rifle it’s mounted on.
What’s the uncompromising marksman to do? One great solution comes from TruGlo and a new, versatile optic that’ll fit the needs of many hunters and shooters alike. The Texas-based company’s TruBrite 30 Hunter offers shooters the precision required to make the shot hit the mark, without breaking the bank along the way.
Gun Digest Editor-in-Chief Eric Conn put TruGlo’s newest piece of glass, which retails for around $100, through its paces in a recent Firing Line episode and was more than impressed.
The scope’s coated optics and 24mm objective lens produced crisp, clear and bright images, but it was its versatility that really set it apart. The TruBrite 30 Hunter is a 1-4x variable power scope, making it ideal for close- to medium-range work. This glass is dynamite, whether you’re drawing a bead on a coyote or plinking away at the range.
The Weaver-style rings (included) make it a snap to mount, while ½-click MOA windage and elevation adjustments make dialing in a breeze.
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