First Look: Meopta Optika5 Riflescopes

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posted on February 6, 2020
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Meopta USA Sport Optics is introducing a new line of 1-inch, Optika5 series of premium riflescopes. This new riflescope line from Meopta features a 5x zoom, zero-reset turrets and advanced MeoBright lens coatings that deliver edge-to-edge clarity with exceptionally bright, sharp images.

Produced in 2-10x42 RF (rimfire), 2-10x42, 3-15x44, 4-20x44, 4-20x50 and 4-20x50 RD models, all of the Meopta Optika5 riflescopes are made of aircraft-grade aluminum alloy and feature second-focal-plane reticles. The Optika5 line is available with capped hunting turrets in one-quarter MOA increments which are made of rubber-armored metal for the perfect combination of durability and functionality. The rear-facing magnification display allows for easy viewing of the power setting from behind the scope, and the zoom ring comes with a multi-position throw lever for quick adjustment of the power setting while in the field.  

“We wanted to offer a more advanced line of 1-inch riflescopes and have achieved this with our new Optika5 series,” said Pavel Stastny, Senior Director of Sales and Marketing at Meopta. “In addition to exceptional low-light performance, these scopes offer popular features like the rear-facing zoom display and multi-position throw lever on the magnification ring. Now hunters have a choice between our award-winning 30 mm Optika6 series and our new 1-inch Optika5 series of riflescopes with many different models available in each line.”

Optika5 Series Features:

  • One-piece tube design
  • Zero-Reset setting for quick return to zero
  • Zoom ring with a multi-position throw lever
  • Rear-facing zoom display for easy viewing of power setting from behind the scope
  • MeoBright anti-reflective lens coatings
  • MeoShield anti-abrasion lens coatings
  • MeoDrop hydrophobic lens coatings that repel rain, dust and grease

 

MSRP on the Optika5 line of scopes from Meopta starts at $349.99, and more information is available at meoptasportoptics.com.

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