TRUGLO Participates in the Upcoming NRA Carry Guard Expo

Truglo Tritium Pro Night Sights
Truglo Tritium Pro Night Sights

TRUGLO Inc.

USA -(Ammoland.com)- TRUGLO, Inc. announces their participation in the NRA’s Carry Guard Expo in Milwaukee Wisconsin on August 25 to 27, 2017.

This new consumer show focuses on personal defense and concealed carry and will have seminars, workshops, entertainment, live auctions, and several other promotions that show attendees can participate.

TRUGLO will be in booth #529 showcasing the world’s best handgun sights for concealed carry, the TFX™ (Tritium + Fiber-Optic Xtreme) Series and new TRITIUM PRO.

TRUGLO has gained world-wide recognition because of their innovation in combining day and night sight technologies together and recognizing the need for transition sights whether you are protecting your home or a law enforcement officer protecting
others.

“The Carry Guard show is the perfect venue to display our personal protection products to consumers looking to enhance their knowledge and skills by attending the numerous seminars taking place at the expo. We will have TRUGLO personnel ready to show products and answer questions and demonstrate our sights to the public,” states Pliny Gale, TRUGLO Marketing Manager.

Stop by the TRUGLO booth to learn more about the world’s best handgun sights.

Visit their website to learn more about TRUGLO products.

 

About TRUGLO Inc.:

TRUGLO is the world’s leading company in fiber-optic technology for the shooting sports industry. Born from innovation, TRUGLO continues year after year to enhance the marketplace with technologically advanced and innovative ideas for the shooting/hunting/outdoor enthusiast. Based in Richardson, Texas, TRUGLO is a world-wide brand celebrating over 20 years of offering only the best they have to shooters and hunters around the world. Giving back to an industry they love, TRUGLO is involved in many conservation groups, youth programs and organizations that promote the values of which they believe are necessary to guarantee the industry’s future.

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    TruGlo had just better hope that the NRA doesn’t decide to start making and selling sights…they will kick them to the curb just like they did to USCCA.