New from Meprolight: MEPRO 6X Day Scope

MEPRO X6 optic

Yesterday, I shot the new Tavor 7 topped by a Meprolight 4X scope. Yes please! Oh wait. Here’s an optic that can help me stretch my future rifles’ legs up to 1000 meters: the MEPRO 6X Day Scope. If it’s good enough for the IDF, it’s good enough for the IDF. Or something like that. Presser:

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Meprolight Ltd. – a member of the SK Group and a leading manufacturer of electro-optical systems, thermal and night vision equipment, self-illuminated sights, and Laser Range Finder systems for military, law enforcement and civil applications – launches for North American markets a new member of its scope family – the MEPRO 6X Day Scope.

The MEPRO 6X expands the company’s line of telescopic sights for sniper rifles and LMGs.

According to Benny Kokia, VP Marketing and Sales, “The Day Scope Family has been expanded in order to provide sights that can be used for longer ranges (up to 1000 meter).

Therefore, we developed a sight with the emphasis on an especially wide field-of-view, high accuracy, maintaining a recalibration even under difficult conditions, and an optimal fit for LMG weapons.”

MEPRO 6X is a compact and lightweight (640 gr.) x6 telescopic day sight with enhanced optics. Utilizing a quick-release Picatinny adaptor, this robust sight provides five different brightness settings for efficient target acquisition.

The sight operates with a single standard battery and is equipped with a unique energy-saving feature for extended operation.

The company developed the sight with a ballistic correction for a variety of calibers including the SS109 Crosshair, SS109 Chevron, SS109 Horseshoe, Dual Caliber, 300 Blackout, and LMG (Light Machine Gun).

MEPRO 4X is a compact and lightweight (1.7 Ibs) x4 telescopic day sight with enhanced optics. Utilizing a quick-release Picatinny adaptor, this robust sight provides five different brightness settings for efficient target acquisition.

It has different reticle options for 5.56mm and 7.62mm calibers, and a wide field-of-view. The sight, used by the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), operates with a single standard battery and is equipped with a unique energy saving feature for extended operation.

About Meprolight

Meprolight is a member of the SK Group and a leading international electro-optics company, developing, manufacturing and marketing systems for armed forces, law enforcement agencies and civilian markets since 1990. Meprolight provides comprehensive solutions with a wide array of combat-proven products: electro-optical and optical sights and devices, night vision sights and observation systems, thermal sights, fire control systems and other self-illuminated products and accessories. Meprolight’s solutions are currently operational in safety and security applications for law enforcement, military and civilian communities worldwide.

About SK Group

SK Group is a privately held technology and innovation holding company specializing in global frontline defense, and paramilitary solutions, marine infrastructures and property development. SK Group provides small arm systems, electro-optic and laser solutions, imaging systems, naval solutions and more. Drawing on Israel’s innovation and field-proven solutions, SK’s companies offer a powerful track record of technology, experience and excellence.

For more information on Meprolight, please visit: www.meprolight.com.

comments

  1. avatar No one of consequence says:

    1000 meters? I can barely see the d*mn gong at 7x and 300 m.

    Then again, old eyes and all that.

  2. avatar Evey259 says:

    Lightweight at 2 pounds? Seriously, whoever writes pressers for Meprolight is either an idiot or a liar. Lemme guess, it also costs $1999.99?

    1. avatar Cucamonga Jeff says:

      I guess that’s light if you putting it on a 249B or a 240B. It’s made for machine guns not your average AR15. It would be Overkill on an AR. It’s priced to be affordable for the Gov.

    2. avatar Matt says:

      Dunno where they’re getting the 1.7 lbs from, every source I’ve seen says 1 lb for the 4x.

  3. avatar Matt says:

    If the 4x reticle was BDC, what range did the markings go out to? Just curious cause I haven’t seen any real photos of the 4x reticle design.

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