[Milipol Paris 2017] New MEPRO MOR Reflex Sight (Mepro RDS PRO) with Green laser

[Milipol Paris 2017] New MEPRO MOR Reflex Sight (Mepro RDS PRO) with Green laser


[Milipol Paris 2017] New MEPRO MOR Reflex Sight (Mepro RDS PRO) with Green laser

Meprolight is 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. As TFB reported earlier the group is about to go public, with an IPO during 2018. In case you missed out on the news, make sure you check here.

According to Meprolight, the MEPRO M5 Red-Dot Sight (which in the US is known as the Mepro RDS PRO) is an energy-efficient, compact sight that provides thousands of operating hours while utilising a single “AA” commercial battery. Featuring battle-proven LED technology and rugged MIL-STD design, the sight assures reliability under the harshest environmental conditions.

Below: Note the quick attach mount.

With its large display window and clearly-defined Red Dot, the MEPRO M5 ensures rapid target acquisition with both eyes open. Offering numerous reticle brightness intensities, the MEPRO M5 suits every tactical scenario. To facilitate night operations and long-range target engagement, the MEPRO M5 is compatible with GEN II and GEN III NVGs as well as with magnifying scopes. Its human engineering allows positioning of NVGs and magnifiers close to the sight’s optics with no decrease in the field-of-view and without compromising convenient switch operation.

All photos from Meprolight.






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November 21, 2017 at 09:00AM


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