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just put tru glow sights on my duck gun , will go out this weekend to try it out , was wondering how people feel about these sights
 

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In my opinion, there is no advantage to having anything other than a brass bead. If you put a hi viz sight on a gun in order to see it better, then you are looking at the bead and not the target.

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I have HiViz and I like them for a night 5 stand league.Otherwise not much use....but might be great for duck hunting(I don't have one on my hunting guns).
 

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I find my truglo sights very helpful both for hunting and shooting and that is because while having my eyes on target, I can understand without having to look at them where my barrels are aiming due to the glowing of such sights.
 

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I went to the Easyhit sight a few years ago after buying a Beretta with a tiny front bead have since installed them on 3 other shotguns. I liked the installation better than the Truglow or Hiviz. Seems like more new guns are coming out with after market sights factory installed now.
 

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I got some Tru Glo sights for my shotgun as well. I don't care for the bead and it's easier to aim with sights. I would use ghost ring sights but they're expensive unless I fabricate my own sights. My previous shotgun was an SKB with rifle sights and a hi-glow orange acrylic front sight which made aiming easier.
 

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The way I learned to shoot a shotgun - the sights are used only for a reference............NOT for aiming. I don't use anything but an ivory bead and after I get my head down on the stock and lined up I rarely see the sight. So I'm not a fan of the trueglow ................. on my bow however, I wouldn't be without them.

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