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Meprolight Ltd., at Milipol Paris 2017, Paris/France, 21-24 November on stand G-025, is to launch a new version of its MEPRO MOR Reflex Sight with a green laser pointer. The company will offer the MEPRO MOR in three configurations: IR and green pointers IR and red pointers and red and green pointers.

Meprolight is a member of the SK Group and a leading manufacturer of electro-optical systems, thermal and night vision equipment, self-illuminated sights, and Laser Range Finder systems for military, law enforcement and civil applications.

"We launched the new product, as a result of market research and feedback from tactical teams and Special Forces both in Israel and overseas," Benny Kokia, Vice President Marketing and Sales for Meprolight, tell MONS. "We learned that many users would find a green pointer useful since, according to them, it is more clearly visible during day and night activities and in certain tactical scenarios. We developed the green pointer configuration – to enable both our existing as well as new customers to choose the configuration that works best for them."

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Meprolight's MEPRO MOR is a compact, rugged, multi-purpose, multi-activated red dot reflex sight with integrated laser pointers. Designed for quick, instinctive, accurate shooting, it has a 30mm diameter lens, ensuring rapid target acquisition with either one or both eyes open and quick transition between long-range and close-quarter encounters. MEPRO MOR’s large field of view enables effective operation in all weather, temperature, and light conditions. The passive self-illuminated system provides integrated day/night operation, LED for extra bright modes, two laser pointers – visible (Red or Green) and IR, and multiple mounting options. The lasers are operated by PTL in two modes – momentary and continuous. The sight is suited for use with 5.56 mm and 7.62 mm caliber light weapons and light machine guns. (Photo: Meprolight)

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