Mepro MOR Reflex Sight, Laser

by
posted on March 21, 2014
mepro.jpg

Boasting three sources of reticle illumination and a built-in visible laser, the military-grade Mepro MOR reflex sight is versatile, reliable and compact, making it ideally suited for modern, lightweight semi-automatic self-defense rifles. The MOR's non-critical eye relief and low-profile polymer housing allow for quick target acquisition through its 30 mm objective lens while aiming with both eyes open. It can be ordered with either "bullseye" style or 3-m.o.a. dot reticles that automatically transition between fiber-optic, trituium and LED power sources for the ultimate in reliability in conditions ranging from daylight to darkness and those in between, respectively.

The 15.8-oz. unit is powered by a single AA battery and includes on-board storage for a back-up battery. Activation of the laser is by way of an included button switch that can be affixed to the rifle's fore-end with an included hook-and-loop strap. A unique zeroing feature allows the laser and reticle to be regulated simultaneously.

Price: $1,286
Contact: The Mako Group, 170-20 Central Ave., Farmingdale, NY 11735; (631) 880-3396.

Latest

Daisy 415 Review Lede
Daisy 415 Review Lede

Reviewed: Daisy Powerline Model 415 Air Pistol

Looking for a CO2 pistol that is reliable, fun to shoot, decently powered and wallet-friendly?

Recap: 2024 4-H Shooting Sports Nationals Bring Victory, Camaraderie

With over 700 competitors, this nine-event national match was a tremendous success.

Salute: Henry Repeating Arms' American Legion Tribute Rifles

A new collection of tribute edition rifles to support The American Legion, its members and mission to enhance the well-being of America’s veterans, their families, America’s military and communities.

Reviewed: EAA Disruptor 9mm Pistol

Disrupting the status quo with a bells-and-whistles semi-auto at a price you'll think was a misprint (it's not).

NRA Family Events: Remington's 2024 Shoot to Cure Fundraiser

Last year, Big Green raised $15K. This year, they're "shooting" for more ... won't you join them?

Interests



Get the best of NRA Family delivered to your inbox.