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First Look: Meprolight MEPRO MX3-T Magnifier

First Look: Meprolight MEPRO MX3-T Magnifier

New from Meprolight is a compact 3X magnified optic that easily and quickly attaches behind the reflex sight of your choice for better target-acquisition at greater distances. The MEPRO MX3-T is compatible with Meprolight optical weapon sights and also with other manufacturers’ sights.

The wide field of view (FOV) of the Meprolight MEPRO MX3-T sight enables the operator to use both eyes, maintain situational awareness and acquire targets faster while also taking advantage of the increased ranged offered by the fixed magnification. Easy-to-manipulate elevation and windage dials allow the user to precisely adjust the scope to their particular firearm and ammunition.

The MEPRO MX3-T is a compact, magnifying scope with an integrated side flip adaptor that works with any Picatinny rail. Designed to stretch out the reach of CQB optics to even greater distances, the compact and lightweight magnifier attaches behind a rail-mounted reflex sight. When the situation calls for a long shot, the operator simply flips the scope into position to engage the target without having to re-zero the weapon and then flips out of the way is shorter-ranged encounters. The MEPRO MX3-T is ambidextrous and has an integrated, quick-release, pull-back adapter that can be configured for right or left-hand users.

Meprolight MEPRO MX3 T Specifications
  • Magnification: 3X
  • Weight (w/adaptor): 288 grams/10.42 ounces
  • Dimensions: 101 x 66 x 75 mm/4 x 2.5 x 3 inches
  • Lens Diameter: 27 mm/1 1/16 inches
  • Field of View: 7.5 degrees
  • Eye Relief: 56 mm/2.20 inches
  • Diopter Range: +2 to -2
  • Weapon Adaptor: Picatinny Rail (flip to side)
  • Working Temperature: -40 to 60 degrees Celsius
  • Storage Temperature: -40 to 71 degrees Celsius
  • Humidity: 95 percent at 40 degrees Celsius
  • Immersion: 1 meter for one hour

MSRP for the MEPRO MX3 T is $570, and more information is available at meprolight.com.

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