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Frequently Asked Questions

General FAQ's
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Firearms FAQ's
Gun Chart
Scope Specs
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Red-Dot & Scope Instructions
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General FAQ's

Q: How do I find a dealer near me?
A: Please click on our Dealer Locator tab.

Q: How do I become an authorized dealer?
A: It’s easy to become a TRUGLO authorized dealer. Just give us a call at 1-888-887-8456 and press 1.

Dealers can also order our products from any authorized distributor. To find an authorized distributor near you, please call us at
1-888-887-8456 and press 1.

Q: Do products come with a warranty?
A: Yes. Since the length of the warranty may vary (up to a limited lifetime warranty), please see the product packaging for the specific details. If a product is not marked with a specific warranty, we will guarantee it to be free from defect for ninety days from purchase.

Q: What is the best way to replace a product that is still under warranty?
A: Please return the item to the retailer where it was purchased.

Q: Do you provide customer service, if I should need it?
A: Yes. We will gladly assist you with any questions or issues.

Q: Where can I get replacement parts for my product?
A: Please contact our customer service department for help.

Q: What are the advantages of using your fiber optic sights?
A: Our sights are the brightest aiming points in the industry. They give the shooter greater sight contrast under all shooting conditions. The results are quicker sight alignment, better target acquisition and a clearer sight picture. Our sights are ideal for dusk, dawn and other low light hunting conditions.

Q: Which fiber color appears the brightest?
A: During dusk or dawn conditions, most shooters prefer green and yellow. Red fibers appear brightest during bright sunshine.

Q: How do T.F.O. (Tritium/Fiber Optic) products work?
A: Tritium is an isotope of hydrogen that glows in the dark. The tritium is used to illuminate the fiber when there is not enough existing light. This provides the ultimate aiming point regardless of light conditions (even in total darkness). Tritium glows continuously and will last for years.