Meprolight Updates MOR With Green Laser

posted on February 24, 2017
The Meprolight Mepro MOR, a recipient of a 2015 NRA Golden Bullseye Award for Optics, now comes equipped with a green laser. The MOR optic is designed as a multi-function electro-optic reflex sight, available with a passive reflex design combined with an active reflex sight for low-light use.

The MOR uses a 30 mm lens and features a dot or bullseye reticle. The unit features a large field of view, which allows shooters to maintain situational awareness during tactical situations. The unit is easy to use, allowing owners to sight in the laser, dot reticle and infrared laser all at once.

The passive reflex system ensures that the unit is constantly on, ready for use. The optic runs off three different energy sources: fiber-optic illumination, tritium illumination and LED lighting that runs off two AA batteries, ensuring that the optic will run whenever it is needed.

The Meprolight Mepro MOR Tri-Powered Reflex sight is also available with a red laser, and prices start at $1,285.70 for the unit.


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