anyone use a meopta reflex sight

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anyone use a meopta reflex sight

Post by gaswamp » June 13th, 2018, 3:55 pm

noticed that cameraland has these on sale over half price off Meopta MeoSight II 3 MOA ....Hard for me not to buy another Burris fastfire but I do have a pair of Mepta binocs and really like them.


http://cameralandny.com/products.html?c ... ce&x=0&y=0

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Re: anyone use a meopta reflex sight

Post by hoobilly » June 14th, 2018, 3:20 pm

buy it and test for us!

I like that its available in 5moa

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Re: anyone use a meopta reflex sight

Post by KyScott » February 13th, 2019, 2:12 pm

I've looked at the Meopta several times but at that price point I believe i'm gonna give the Holosun HE510C Elite a try. It's solar capable, has auto on/off, different reticles, comes in Green or Red, up to 50,000 Hr battery life, comes with mount for weaver style or picatinny and has a Titanium protective hood. https://www.heartoftexasarmory.com/stor ... Elite.html

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Re: anyone use a meopta reflex sight

Post by howl » February 13th, 2019, 6:40 pm

1000hr battery life is kinda short if Burris is 5000. Trijicon RMR is a couple years. Shield SIS is also extra long-lived.

I was all set to get a Delta Point Pro until I saw a deal to get another FastFire cheap. Of course, I had to send the Fastfire in for service because it was eating batteries. Was going to sell it and get a Delta Point Pro, but I read it has battery life measured in days if you carry it around, due to the auto on/off feature.

The problem with these things is you really need to look at them in person to see what the dot looks like to your eyes, but it's hard to find a shop that stocks a full selection. I haven't seen them all, but what I have been able to see hasn't shown one that does it all for me. So, Fastfire is good enough.

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Re: anyone use a meopta reflex sight

Post by KyScott » February 14th, 2019, 1:21 pm

howl wrote:
February 13th, 2019, 6:40 pm
1000hr battery life is kinda short if Burris is 5000. Trijicon RMR is a couple years. Shield SIS is also extra long-lived.

I was all set to get a Delta Point Pro until I saw a deal to get another FastFire cheap. Of course, I had to send the Fastfire in for service because it was eating batteries. Was going to sell it and get a Delta Point Pro, but I read it has battery life measured in days if you carry it around, due to the auto on/off feature.

The problem with these things is you really need to look at them in person to see what the dot looks like to your eyes, but it's hard to find a shop that stocks a full selection. I haven't seen them all, but what I have been able to see hasn't shown one that does it all for me. So, Fastfire is good enough.
If you're close to a Sportsmans Warehouse they usually have a huge selection. The one in Lexington has the Holosun, Leupold, vortex, Burris and Nikon plus a few i don't remember.

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