TruGlo Offers Handgun Sight Rebate Program

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posted on August 9, 2017
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TruGlo announced a new rebate offer for the rest of the 2017 calendar year that allows consumers to get money back on the purchase of a set of new handgun sights. The offer follows on the heels of a number of consumer rebate offers in the firearms industry, each giving buyers unique opportunities to add to or improve their firearm collection.

The TruGlo offer features three different levels. The first level of the rebate offer covers all models of TFX and TFX PRO iron sights and gives consumers the chance to receive $20 toward the overall cost of the sights. The second level impacts the company's Tritium PRO and TFO sight models, for which consumers will receive $15. The third and final level of the rebate offer covers the company's tritium and fiber-optic iron-sight models, giving consumers $10 off.

The TFX line from TruGlo features the company's exclusive Xtreme technology, which uses a combination of tritium illumination combined with fiber-optic construction in order to provide shooters with a three-dot aiming setup that can be seen easily in both daylight and nighttime. The sights are constructed with a sealed unit of naturally glowing tritium, which are press-fit into the irons with a retention ring.

The sights themselves are coated with the company's Fortress Finish, enabling the sights to withstand harsh environments, including cleaning solvents. The TFX PRO line from TruGlo features the same construction as the original TFX lineup, but incorporates a number of features unseen on the TFX irons, including a U-notch rear sight and an orange Focus-Lock ring surrounding the front sight capsule. The TFX PRO sights also include a ledge on the rear sight that allows for one-handed racking of the slide.

TruGlo also offers its Tritium PRO and TFO optics in the rebate, which incorporate the same combination of tritium illumination and fiber-optic construction in order to provide handgun owners with a 24/7 sighting solution.

The TruGlo rebate offer is available for all eligible purchases from Aug. 1 to Dec. 31, 2017. To receive their money back, users can visit the TruGlo rebate site here to fill out their form.

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