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This is a discussion on williams sights vs tru glow within the Long Arm Accessories forums, part of the Rifle & Shotgun Forum category; i have a maverick 88 pump and it shoots slugs real good out to 50yds, but i can't get a good sight picture out farther ...


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Old February 14th, 2017, 02:22 PM   #1
 
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williams sights vs tru glow

i have a maverick 88 pump and it shoots slugs real good out to 50yds, but i can't get a good sight picture out farther with just the bead sight. i have been looking at two different sets of sights that fit the rib and wonder which would be better? they are both the same price so i want to get the best one. a slug barrel is $150 and i can't afford it, these sights are $25. the sights are Truglo Tru-Point Xtreme Deer/Trky Sight Universal and the
Williams Universal Slugger Shotgun Fire Sights. thanks



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