Meprolight’s Advanced MEPRO MOR PRO

    MOR on a Negev LMG (Meprolight)

    Meprolight have announced a new reflex sight, the MOR PRO. With a 160-degree field of view, various laser pointer options, a number of reticle options and an onboard LED for bright modes. Meprolight describe the MOR PRO as highly durable and energy efficient – with the MOR family of optics having four independent power sources – Fiber Optic, Tritium and two independent AA batteries. The system is 15cm or 5.9in long and weighs in at 440g or 15.5oz.

    Mounted on an IWI Tavor X95-S SMG (Meprolight)

     

    MOR (Meprolight)

     

    The MOR mounted on an X95 (Meprolight)

    Mepro light also put out a slick new promo video for the MOR PRO:

    Here’s Meprolight’s announcement in full:

    Born out of necessity, red-dot optics revolutionized rifle aiming solutions for CQB—Close-Quarter Battle— engagements. From the beginning, Meprolight® was in the forefront of this category of optics. As a result of their required military service in the IDF, Meprolight’s engineers recognized first-hand the need for an advanced red-dot optic. Out of their experience, the MEPRO MOR family of advanced red-dot optics was designed. Whether you are LE, hunter or a defense-minded individual, The MEPRO MOR Pro warrants your consideration.

    Meprolight’s engineers utilized the latest state-of-the-art technology to create a rugged multi-purpose reflex sight incorporating a red dot sight and lasers with multiple power sources that exceeded MIL-Standard requirements. The MEPRO MOR Pro is unique in that it is an all-in-one red dot reflex sight/ IR/Visible Laser in a single unit.
    Shooters can choose from one of the reticles – 2.2/4.3 MOA Bullseye, or 2.2/4.3 Dot. The Mepro MOR Pro’s incorporated co-witness sighting system allows you to zero in only one of the systems—Reticle, Visible Laser or IR Laser—and the other systems automatically zero in at the same time. Should circumstances demand it, this feature allows you to zero your weapon the IR laser at night and you are good to go day, low-light or night time. Reticle intensity is adjustable to the shooter’s preference.

    Recognizing that consistent power is vital to the operating system, The MEPRO MOR Pro has four independent power sources—Fiber Optic, Tritium and two independent, commonly available AA batteries—that back each other up in the unlikely event one system goes down. The AA batteries, operate as standalone sources and will power the system if one goes dead allowing you to stay in the action. The large crystal viewing window provides a crisp, clear and brilliant point of aim with both eyes open for increased situational awareness

    The MEPRO MOR Pro has all the advantages:

    • Operates under all weather and temperature conditions.
    • Totally integrated day/night operation.
    • Passive self-illuminated system.
    • LED for extra bright modes
    • Laser Configuration: red or green and IR.
    • Special cable sensor diagnostics

    The MEPRO MOR PRO is used by the IDF and other special forces units around the world to meet critical day, low-light and nighttime conditions. If you want to increase your CQB capabilities, check out the MEPRO MOR Pro

    For more information or to find your local Meprolight Dealer, visit us.meprolight.com or call (717) 985-4482. You can also visit our online partners: OpticsPlanet, MidwayUSA or Focus Camera.

    (Meprolight)

    Matthew Moss

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    TFB – Assistant Editor
    OvertDefense.com – Editor

    Matt is a British historian specialising in small arms development and military history. He has written for a variety of publications in both the US and UK, he also runs www.historicalfirearms.info, a blog that explores the history, development and use of firearms. Matt is also co-founder of www.armourersbench.com, a video series on historically significant small arms.
    Here on TFB he covers current military small arms news.

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