First Look: Meopta USA Optika6 Riflescopes

posted on January 21, 2019

New for 2019 from Meopta is the Optika6 line of precision rifle optics, built with the value that firearms owners have come to expect from Meopta. All of the Optika6 line are built from rugged, aircraft-grade aluminum and feature rubberized locking turrets with zero reset for ease of use in the field, MIL or MOA turret options and a 30 mm tube diameter. Meopta has rolled out these scopes in two series, with features designed for specific segments of the shooting sports.

The Shooter Series feature non-slip turrets, along with a number of different reticle options, including Meopta’s new DichroTech reticles for battery-free illumination in any light. The Shooting Series is available in 1-6x24, 3-18x50, 3-18x56, 4.5-27x50 models, along with a 5-30x56 model with ED glass to reduce chromatic aberration when used at high magnification, and first focal plane options are available for accurate ranging at distance.

The Optika6 Hunting series also feature the battery-free DichroTech reticles and come in 1-6x24, 2.5-15x44, 3-18x50, 3-18x56 and 4.5-27x50 varieties. The Hunting series feature a second focal plane reticle for consistent reticle size throughout the zoom range and are ruggedized for the tough demands of the hunt.

“Our goal is to deliver premium, European-quality optics to hunters and shooters at exceptional price points,” said Randy Garrison, director of Meopta USA Sport Optics. "The Optika6 line of riflescopes does just that while continuing to deliver the excellent low-light performance and optical clarity that has become synonymous with the Meopta brand.”

With MSRPs ranging from $499 to $899, the new Optika6 line of rifle scopes are packed with features, at a price that won’t empty your wallet. Check them out at the company's website here.


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