Meprolight launches MEPRO O2 red dot sight

The new sight features a multi-pattern reticle that provides armed forces and law enforcement agencies with an optimal tactical advantage, the company says

Photo: Meprolight

Meprolight, a member of the SK Group and an Israeli manufacturer of electro-optical systems, thermal and night vision equipment, and self-illuminated sights for military, law enforcement and civilian applications, announced the launch of the MEPRO O2 sight. The company said the breakthrough product provides a significant tactical advantage using a five-segment reticle which allows the pre-setting of numerous aiming patterns to all tactical scenarios and different ammunition, such as quick transition between reticles when moving from 300 blackout subsonic to supersonic ammunition. 

In its statement, Meprolight said users in the defense, law enforcement and homeland security sectors will benefit from the sight's advanced features such as its small dimensions, light weight (approx. 280g), and a built-in light sensor and automatic brightness control system that enables clear visibility of the red dot in any lighting conditions - a significant advantage for accurate firing.

The MEPRO O2 also includes non-reflective optics without light signature toward the target, for enhanced force protection; a combination of an integral motion sensor and configurable sleep time of 4-8 hours, saving power for extended operation; a new, improved, rugged MIL-SPEC mounting design; and a protected three-button control keypad, according to the company. 

"The MEPRO O2 sight is an innovative addition to Meprolight's ever-growing range of small-arms aiming solutions," said Benny Kokia, the company's VP Sales & Marketing. "For the first time, the user can now choose an optimal reticle from four pre-set aiming patterns. Our goal in developing this new sight was to provide armed forces with a significant tactical advantage, through capabilities that deliver mission flexibility and target precision, along with extended operation time."

The MEPRO 02. Photo: Meprolight

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