Atibal, known for their inexpensive optics with a growing reputation, has announced the release of their latest optic, the MROC – Modern Rifle Optic Component. The MROC is a 3×32 prismatic optic designed to feature a large field of view, which can be uncommon with magnified optics. Per Atibal, the field of view is a large 37.7 feet at 100 yards or 7.2 degrees.
Those who served with or are familiar with the ACOG will find the reticle comforting. It is the classic top chevron with hash marks for bullet drop compensation for 300, 400, 500, 600, 700 and a long 800 yards. The BDC is calibrated for 5.56 ammunition.
For mounting, the optic features two common hex cap screws. Further, an accessory can be mounted on the top of the optic, a common placement for a mini red dot or similar sighting system. Adjustment is done easily in the field. All turrets are capped and hand-adjustable. All caps are leashed to ensure they are not lost in the field.
Specs (Courtesy of Atibal):
|Click Value:||.5 MOA|
|W/E Max. Adj.:||60 MOA|
|Battery Type:||1x CR2|