Truglo recently announced the addition of three new models for its Tru-Tec Micro optic line, each weighing just more than 1 ounce. The three new models include Micro with 45-Degree Mount, Micro with Green Dot and Micro with RMR Footprint.
Tru-Tec Micro with 45-Degree Mount
Competitors and tactical shooters have long the worth of a backup optic mounted or dedicated close-range optic mounted on a 45-degree mount. The Tru-Tec Micro includes a machined 45-degree offset Picatinny-style mount. The mount utilizes machined aircraft-grade aluminum and is finished with matte black anodization. The symmetrical design allows the mount to be used on either side of the rifle.
Tru-Tec Micro with RMR Footprint
The new Micro with RMR Footprint enjoys compatibility with the large number of aftermarket accessories designed for the popular Trijicon RMR. The Micro works with mounts and accessories of this pattern, but also optic-ready pistol slides.
Tru-Tec Micro with Green Dot
The new “G” model uses a 3-MOA green dot, which some shooters prefer for daylight shooting. Like the original Micro, this unit utilizes mounting systems compatible with Docter, Burris, Vortex and other similar footprints.
“The Tru-Tec Micro is an inherently versatile optic,” said Pliny Gale, Truglo Product Marketing Manager. “It is great on a competition pistol slide, as well as a turkey shotgun. Adding more options to this family of optics just increases the range of potential applications for our customers.”
Tru-Tec Micro Features
- 3-MOA dot reticle (Red: TG8100B/TG8100BM/TG8200B; Green: TG8100G)
- Includes Picatinny-style mount for rifles and shotguns.
- 1-MOA windage/elevation adjustment
- Parallax free beyond 30 yards
- Runs on a single 3V-CR2032 lithium battery
- 10 brightness settings controlled by user-friendly buttons
- Auto Shut-Off: 4 hours from last button push
- Lightweight aircraft-grade aluminum construction (Optic weighs just over 1 oz.)
- Picatinny/Weaver-style rail included
- MSRP $235.99 for TG8100B, TG8100G, and TG8200B
- MSRP $261.99 for TG8100BM (Optic and 45° offset Picatinny rail mount)
For more information, visit truglo.com.
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