Meprolight is one of the OG’s of red dot optics and also happens to be one of the most common names when it comes to durable, action-ready red dots. The company has just released their newest red dot – the MEPRO O2. This sight is intended to be an all-weather, all-light capable red dot with many features suitable for military and law enforcement use.
Meprolight Releases MEPRO O2 Multi-Pattern Red Dot
The Mepro O2 offers the users a breakthrough and significant tactical advantage using a multi-pattern reticle with full adaptive capabilities to all tactical scenarios, all-weather/light conditions, and different ammunition (for example, a quick transition between 300blk super and subsonic or 5.56 caliber ballistic compensation for 100m, 200m, and 300m ranges).
The Mepro O2 MIL-SPEC design offers defense, law enforcement, and HLS forces a vast range of capabilities that deliver mission flexibility and target precision – all of which contribute to mission success.
The Mepro O2 is optimized for modern weapon platforms. Its short-length and lightweight design addresses the need for co-mounting several tactical devices on today’s weapon rail (e.g., magnifier laser pointer, NVGs, etc.),
Mepro O2 is equipped with a light sensor and automatic brightness control system, enabling clear visibility of the aiming pattern in any lighting conditions. It has an integrated motion sensor and configurable sleep time of 4-8 hours for extended operation time.
- Multi-pattern reticle with full adaptive capabilities to all tactical scenarios
- Automatic brightness control (built-in light sensor)
- Red or green reticles
- Compatible with NVG & with magnifier scope
- No light signature
- Compact, lightweight ergonomic design
- Non-reflective large display optic window
- MIL-STD qualified
I’m happy to see more red dot optics manufacturers making the decision to use the common CR123 battery and also include auto-off technology to conserve battery life. Nothing is more frustrating than having to switch out batteries mid-range session or god forbid – mid-mission. The multi-pattern reticle is also an interesting feature despite me never thinking of a scenario where I would quickly transition from 5.56 to 300 Blackout without also switching optics. What are your thoughts on this new red-dot optic from Meprolight?
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