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Mepro 21 Day/Night Tritium Self-illuminated Reflex Sight

The MEPRO 21 provides instant, all-light aiming capability, without batteries. Designed through close collaboration with Israeli Special Forces, the MEPRO M21 is battle proved, simple to use accurately, and totally reliable. The optic of choice by the IDF for Special Forces and Infantry. 

MEPRO 21 offers a large 30mm diameter lens which allows rapid target acquisition with both eyes open. This was the first reflex sight in the world designed for close quarter combat, and it can be ordered with optional reticles – dot, triangle, open-x, and bullseye.

Illumination of the aiming point is achieved by a fiber optic collector system during the day, and by a miniature self-powered tritium light source at night. The transition between the two systems is instantaneous and automatic to assure good contrast between the aiming dot and the target area.

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BRAND NEW WITH ACCESSORIES AND

                        USER MANUAL

 

BUY NOW £500

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SPECIFICATIONS

  • Magnification -  x1

  • Field of View - Unlimited with both eyes open

  • Eye Relief - 10 to 600mm

  • Power source - Self Illuminated

  • Aiming Point Diameter - 4.3 MOA/ 5.5 MOA/ Triangle/ Bullseye/ Open “X”

  • Dimensions: (L x W x H)114 x 55 x 70 mm (with Picatinny adaptor)

  • Weight - 372 g (with Picatinny adaptor)

  • Length - 114mm

  • Width -  55 mm

  • Parallax setting -  Parallax free

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ADVANTAGES: 
 

  • Always ready for action – no batteries or switches.

  • Aim & shoot faster than ever - with both eyes open!

  • Self-illumination means always available

  • Operates under all weather and temperature conditions

  • Large 30mm diameter lens assures large FOV

  • Rapid target acquisition means quicker shooting in urban areas

  • Quicker shooting in urban areas and rapid target acquisition

  • Can be ordered with optional reticles – dot, triangle, open-x, and bullseye

  • Effective use of sight under extreme conditions such as bad weather, firing after physical stress, and firing under pressure